Andrew grudgingly accepts Paul's decision that he needs a catch-up tutor, even though it's Mike, who enjoys this extra opportunity to meet Rebecca. Andres pays no attention to Summer or ... See full summary »

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Andrew grudgingly accepts Paul's decision that he needs a catch-up tutor, even though it's Mike, who enjoys this extra opportunity to meet Rebecca. Andres pays no attention to Summer or Tash. After Libby assures her not to object Steph being the mother of Dan's baby, Steph considers claiming custody over Adam. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Is there no other tutors in the state or even in the universe?"
22 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you overlook the fact that the entire storyline of Steph being on trial for causing a fatal accident has suddenly vanished, aside from a few mentions, this isn't a bad episode.Steph suddenly deciding she wants Adam back, thanks to some rather heavy-handed persuasion from Toadie and Libby, isn't as bad as it could have been and they do at least stop to think about how Dan would be affected.The idea that she's worried about the effect it will have on her friendship with Libby is good but then just gets brushed aside in minutes, apparently disposing of a potential departure avenue.

There's a few other good moments, from Natasha's "Go, Team You!" to Sophie and withering asides at Cat to Andrew's reaction to having Michael as his tutor.The other plot line of Rebecca leaving the door open so Michael can see she and Paul are in separate beds and then confiding in him, sort of, feels a bit surprised and is probably going to cop out next episode.


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