Andrew's belated love declaration decides Summer to stay for him, never mind Lynn's family reunion plans. Karl wasn't even consulted but agrees with Susan's offer to take Summer in. ... See full summary »

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Andrew's belated love declaration decides Summer to stay for him, never mind Lynn's family reunion plans. Karl wasn't even consulted but agrees with Susan's offer to take Summer in. Brennan's search for a new home is getting as desperate as his hope to win Kate back. A few questions prove to Michael Libby's motivation to become vice-principal is selfish ambition, to equal her parents, not educational vocation. Seeing his coaching canceled, she flees 'to visit Ben'. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Summer, this is ridiculous!"
23 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, Summer stays.A surprise?No.A disappointment?Depends on your point of view.Paul and Lyn say all the sensible things:They're young, they're idiots for throwing their lives away like this, Summer staying in town without her family is ridiculous.Andrew and Summer spout a load of childish nonsense about how they're going to be together forever and get their own way.Basically it's all Susan's fault as she helps Summer stay just because she wants someone to mother.At least Tasha's on fine form, as she begins to realise the downside of helping her friends hook up.

The other plot line, with Michael and Libby...actually features a genuine surprise as Libby abruptly decides to leave after realising that she has no purpose other than trying to live up to her parents. It's ironic that the episode's only genuinely surprising plot twist is the result of real life events but the scenes between Lucas, Michael and Libby, especially Michael and Libby's honest chat in the office and Michael's later scene with Karl, provide a nice counterbalance to the teenage insanity going on elsewhere.


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