When Geoff and Ruby get car trouble, they consider that might be a sign to return home, but they decide to continue driving to the city. Babysitters Hugo and Martha discover baby Harry has ... See full summary »

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When Geoff and Ruby get car trouble, they consider that might be a sign to return home, but they decide to continue driving to the city. Babysitters Hugo and Martha discover baby Harry has disappeared, probably kidnapped. Rachel rages at Tony for staying calm, and tells the police it must be the Avents' doing, but the indignant couple have to put up with searches and questioning. Hugo still hasn't told Angelo about the trap for Gibson, and now decides to, but has waited too long and is arrested. He is subsequently released because a security camera proves he made the anonymous call tipping off the precinct. Aden is still moody, but jumps at a chance to do overtime for Gibbo. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I won't accept our son not coming home safely to us"
28 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A bit of a hard episode to make sense of us as characters make questionable decisions which in some cases are understandable and in others rather vague.For a start, why is Charlie handling this case when her newly revealed daughter just ran away from home?Are Jane and Rex responsible or not?Tony and Rachel's reactions are easier to understand and there's a few nice moments, Rachel twice pushing Tony a bit too hard while he demonstrates an attitude which is either optimistic or delusional depending on your point of view, even if we do know by the end that Harry is safe.

Aden's storyline is harder to fathom.The scene with Colleen demonstrates that hell is well-meaning friends and the scene with Alf demonstrates exactly the sort of approach he needs.It's not clear whether he knows that Gibbsy's set-up is dodgy or not, all that's clear is that he doesn't care.

Angelo and Hugo butt heads to very little effect with Martha dragged into the situation as well.They could do better by joining forces here although curiously, even though he knows he's innocent of abalone poaching, Angelo still seems suspicious of Hugo.Hopefully it's one of the many things about this episode that will probably become clearer at a later date.


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