Xavier tries desperately, with Dex's amused help, to keep up his student status with Miranda, who makes him actually participate in grueling training to become surf festival champion. Gina ...
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Xavier tries desperately, with Dex's amused help, to keep up his student status with Miranda, who makes him actually participate in grueling training to become surf festival champion. Gina is surprised he stands up, but freezes her suspicions. Liam pushes Bianca to get obviously unwilling April to stop denying her problem and seek professional help. Written by
Gina continues to embody the Overbearing Mum archetype, treating Xavier like a criminal when all he's really doing is lying to his girlfriend about his age.He does get one crowning moment when he refuses to fall for her reverse psychology and her side of their phone conversation is faintly hilarious.However, he is continuing to dig a hole for himself by lying to Miranda.His interaction with Dexter is great as ever.
Bianca is a bit irritating in the first half of the episode, sticking her head in the sand regarding April's problems which Irene finally seems to have woken up to.She does earn points back however with her excellent gambit at the end, even though it looks like Irene's going to have to come in and sort them out at one point.
Nicole and Roo seem to be developing a nice, almost mother/daughter relationship and it's good to see some pay off to Nicole's troubles with John.Her description of her history with Liam and Sid however has only about a 1% resemblance to what actually happened and feels like a rather contrived way to engineer a conversation between Sid and Roo.
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