As Xavier predicted, April's lies and silence only lead to the being overheard by Gina, who absurdly blames him as much and forces both to come clean and apologize to Palmer. Actually ...
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As Xavier predicted, April's lies and silence only lead to the being overheard by Gina, who absurdly blames him as much and forces both to come clean and apologize to Palmer. Actually Xaviet does the apologizing, April remains silently unrepentant. John admits only to Gina his research already found them out, but he enjoys making them squirm a few days and plans to execute the plan after all. Liam makes clear to Bianca their relationship in just on hold until she makes up her mind about ex Vittorio Seca. neither expected the Italian prince to turn up with flowers now, just after canceling himself. Written by
"Your licence to kind of use cute little nicknames has been revoked"
Again, the best thing about this episode is Alf and the scenes surrounding him, except for Romeo who muscles into the storyline while acting like he's a victim for breaking Indi's heart.Miles and Irene have some nice moments helping him to come to terms with what happened and their friendships are strengthened as a result.
Bianca, while apparently being in pleasant mode, spends most of her time playing games with Liam and acting as though she wants some fun with him when it's clear he actually likes her.Her banter with April and Irene, which could be good, just comes across as irritating.At the end of the episode, we meet her ex-boyfriend.On the basis of five seconds, you wonder why she ever went out with him in the first place.
Meanwhile, April is sadly continuing her descent into annoying and self-righteous, with only her first chat with Bianca and her brief apology to John making her seem at all likable.She puts Xavier through several levels of guilt even though she dragged him into the deception, although she doesn't entirely deserve his little rant.Gina playing the hard taskmaster is getting very tired.As ever, the best thing about the storyline is John, from the discovery he's not as stupid as he seems to his fit of giggles after Xavier's second apology.
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