Casey thinks of a way to earn tickets for the Mountain Music festival with Xavier for them and their girls, delivering pizza for Angelo's on scooters, braving Darryl's objection school ...
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Casey thinks of a way to earn tickets for the Mountain Music festival with Xavier for them and their girls, delivering pizza for Angelo's on scooters, braving Darryl's objection school should come first and Charlie's latest absurd cop arrogance, which only makes the gang, especially Ruby, more determined, and allows Brax some more romantic innuendo. Marilyn and Nicole get help to make up. Written by
Slightly frustrating, with a feeling of going round and round in circles.The episode starts with Nicole and Marilyn at loggerheads over Marilyn's recent selfish behaviour.Sid stands up to Marilyn, Roo goes round to confront her...and then there's a pat solution, they all kiss and make up and everyone thinks the ridiculous private adoption thing is a good idea.There are many good reasons why we should sympathise with Marilyn.It's just hard to care about any of them.
Meanwhile, Charlie tries to make an effort with Ruby and Casey but eventually the facade drops and she and Ruby are back to butting heads. Frankly, they're both in the wrong here and the one who's really deserving sympathy is Casey as Charlie comes down hard on him over offences both real and imagined.Ironically, Charlie is probably right about Casey not being good for Ruby but not for the reasons she thinks: He's stopping her from facing up to the mistakes she's made by treating her like she can do no wrong.Charlie and Brax's flirty confrontations are hard to get into as well.But there are a couple of nice Xavier/ Casey and Charlie/Angelo scenes which are enjoyable.
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