Darryl is neither willing or able to bail out his hopelessly gambling-addicted ma who got into $70,000 debt. After she attacks the debt collector, who plans to have her jailed unless ...
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Darryl is neither willing or able to bail out his hopelessly gambling-addicted ma who got into $70,000 debt. After she attacks the debt collector, who plans to have her jailed unless payment follows, Darryl nevertheless accepts Casey's offer to give her the money earmarked for a good lawyer for his arson trial. Liam firmly scolds Biaca's hypocrisy when she dares berate him making out of the beach with doubly unfaithful Gipsy, while not even admitting her 'thing' with Heath. Written by
"If you can drag yourself away, you might want to sort this out"
It's a shame that another Braxton heavy episode means that Gypsy and Lily only have one short scene together;Gypsy seems to spend more time trading insults with Bianca than actually sorting out the problem.She does at least manage a debrief with Liam, where she probably makes the right decision although it's a shame the plot line seems to have ended in a blind alley.
Meanwhile, Cheryl decides to throw some more spanners in the work for her sons.It's disappointing that Brax and Casey ultimately decide to bail her out and expecting the audience to feel sorry for Brax when he finds being a good person doesn't get him the money or the girls that being a criminal did is an odd move.The scene where Charlie and Bianca act as though doing something that's a bad idea is somewhat inevitable because "the heart always beats the head" is laughable and the last scene, in addition to making a mockery of Bianca's rape trauma, basically confirms what Gypsy said about her.
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