Dex dinner-dates tutoring charge Kate, which makes clear the two brainiacs understand each-other's complex psychology better then most others. Sid worries about again absconded Marilyn and ... See full summary »

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Dex dinner-dates tutoring charge Kate, which makes clear the two brainiacs understand each-other's complex psychology better then most others. Sid worries about again absconded Marilyn and gives her a chilly welcome after a meeting with Nicole, Angelo and baby George to say goodbye properly. Elijah wants to remain active in the church and the shelter. Dex feels Kate's qualities may be outweighed by not being April. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I agree she should talk to someone, but to a psychiatrist, to a counsellor, not to Nicole"
5 July 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Typically frustrating.With so many different directions to go in, why have the writers chosen this one?First, we have Dexter and Kate.A great couple, with lots of chemistry and a perfect spark.A potential pairing that no-one could argue with.So what do they do?Just use her as a plot device to demonstrate that Dexter would rather moon over his friend's girlfriend than have one of his own.Kate's comment about him losing friends is oddly perceptive.

And then we have Nicole and Angelo, who apparently left the previous week, coming back to...do nothing at all really.For a second, it looks like we're finally going to have the long awaited showdown between Nicole and Marilyn and address the issues raised by this whole private adoption storyline.What do we get instead?Endless scenes of them cheerily chatting away about everything but the private adoption, as though the past six months never happened.Because apparently we're meant to think they're both lovely and George was best off with both of them, despite the massive contradiction that generates.And Sid, as often the only sane man in Summer Bay, is made out to be the bad guy because he doesn't think everyone's lovely.And the running gag of people interrupting Miles isn't even funny the first time round.

But it's not all doom and gloom.Elijah and Laura have some nice material together, showing that a quiet, unshowy relationship that doesn't get overburdened with drama(although there is a bit of that)is often the most entertaining.And the fundraising discussion, with Roo desperately trying to keep things going while Elijah, Sid and Laura all stare into space, is actually quite amusing.


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