Xavier patiently gets April to realize he wants to help and admit she's not in contact with her dad, just assistant René. She shows Xavier her project - decommissioning an environmentally ...
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Xavier patiently gets April to realize he wants to help and admit she's not in contact with her dad, just assistant René. She shows Xavier her project - decommissioning an environmentally disastrous plant, using the chemicals she stole from school. Romeo prepared a great dinner for Indy, so he's far from impressed she's too drunk to enjoy it, he has to eat it with Ruby once she passes out. After wining about pregnancy with Alf, who witnesses her first morning sickness vomiting while visiting the campus, Nicole admits and adoption needs to be final and formal, so she tells Sid and Marilyn they can draw up a contract. Self-absorbed Indy even fuck up her attempted apology to Romeo. Written by
A bit of a curious one.Nicole continues to fight against every desire she has for the baby, sadly focusing on the negative as a result of the lack of support she's received.Marilyn and Sid are actually being pretty reasonable in asking for a contract and unfortunately Nicole decides to deal with her doubts by going along with it.Alf is great as usual, it's nice to see him getting involved in the storyline now he's been freed from the murder mystery.
Indigo, having stayed at a party surprisingly late for someone who's supposed to be having a romantic dinner, ends up falling asleep on Romeo.Ruby's stepping in to replace her is probably coincidental and her attempts to feel out the ground in their relationship are rather subtle.It is quite likely Romeo and Indigo will split up, although spats like the one we see here are rather typical.
April continues to take quantum leaps forward in characterisation but this is actually made believable by the little scene of her telling Xavier about how she wants to impress her father, which makes her well-meaning extremist behaviour seem understandable.Xavier, however, seems to have bit off more than he can chew with this one.
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