Angelo can't convince Charlie he only kept from her what he had to for his undercover work and asks his boss to be relieved, but is told that would mean no deal or job and a murder charge. ...
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Angelo can't convince Charlie he only kept from her what he had to for his undercover work and asks his boss to be relieved, but is told that would mean no deal or job and a murder charge. Robertson keeps pushing hard in Grant's murder investigation and for a date with Leah, ultimately telling her honesty appeals most to him. Romeo fears the surf instructor job won't be his, but after Alf says John Palmer is as rude to everybody tries a daring "I'm the best" sales technique and gets it. Miles doubts if Romeo's poetry will get Jai's lover back. Even Irene looses patience with moody Annie's rudeness, abusing even Geoff. Written by
Robertson continues to be a fairly ambiguous character.He seems to be genuine in his pursuit of Leah but he's also messed up Charlie and Angelo's lives without showing much remorse.We get a few more hints about what Angelo's doing in the Bay but unfortunately it just seems to be muddying already muddy waters and making what seemed unlikely seem even more unlikely.
There's some nice stuff from Annie, who's finally benefiting from some increased screen time.Her strop at Irene and Geoff is out of character but extremely rewarding and it seems like they're finally ready to give her adult story lines.It's a shame that it seems like they won't involve Jai, who continues to try and win her over but is unfortunately probably on a hiding to nothing.Miles and Kirsty get some cute moments that have unfortunately been few and far between lately as they tease Jai and Romeo.
We get more of Tony and Rachel having difficulty getting Harry to sleep.Although it's basically light-hearted, Rachel's expressions when facing away from the other characters suggest there's something serious to come.
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