Angelo organizes a raid on Gibson's boat, but Hugo has tipped off Aden and practically dragged him away to prevent the grieving drunk idiot getting himself arrested, yet gets little ...
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Angelo organizes a raid on Gibson's boat, but Hugo has tipped off Aden and practically dragged him away to prevent the grieving drunk idiot getting himself arrested, yet gets little gratitude. Tony refuses to believe he's loosing another son. While handing out missing fliers, Rachel accidentally discovers Jane Avent rented a place under her name, to hide baby Jack behind husband Tex's back. Written by
"I don't care about people, I don't care what you think!"
There are times when I really wish I found Aden more sympathetic. Whilst Hugo is right that sending him to jail for something as stupid as this would be harsh justice, it's just another example of Aden doing the wrong thing and other people covering for him.Angelo's reaction to him is justified, his reaction to Hugo less so, once again it seems he's actually just trying to pin something on him.At least the dull abalone story seems to have been wrapped up.There's a nice confrontation between Aden and Nicole to wrap it up, with her proving she's more capable of going toe-to-toe with him than Belle ever was.
The missing Harry storyline comes to an end as well and unfortunately it turns out to be as obvious as it first appeared as the only suspect, perhaps not surprisingly, turns out to have dunnit.There's some nice moments from Tony and Rachel and an underused Leah and it's also a good episode for Charlie, transferred from her own storyline into this one and doing her best to keep her head above water.The resolution is unfortunately a bit rushed:Rachel bumping into the woman who rented Jane the flat is acceptable coincidence but it requires a massive leap on Charlie's part to get the police there as well.Watson loses a bit of credibility by not seeing anyone going into the Avent house.
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