Xavier gets Gina to let homeless Kelly stay a while at their place by promising there's 'nothing between them', which Palmer sees right trough but lets it slide with a warning. Shifts ... See full summary »

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Xavier Austin (as David Jones Roberts)
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Laura Carmody
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Xavier gets Gina to let homeless Kelly stay a while at their place by promising there's 'nothing between them', which Palmer sees right trough but lets it slide with a warning. Shifts stand-in Casey feels like the meat in the sandwich while Xavier makes Dex give up his former pizza bike courier job for Kelly, then retracts that as she feels it's unfair but Dex ends up making her accept as part pf a reconciliation with Xavier. Alf makes up with Roo, whose business partner Lauren is dumped and helps herself to a 'loan' to gets started again in New York. Written by KGF Vissers

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"He automatically assumes the worst.It's just...it's very disappointing."
6 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A rather muddled episode, where it's not entirely clear what the audience are supposed to think.It opens with some brilliant Austin family scenes, with Gina out of her depth, Xavier being a typical teenager and John watching over it all amused.But Xavier and Kelly's inevitable hook up is soured slightly by the fact Xavier's breaking his word.And the whole Xavier/Dexter storyline leaves a rather nasty taste in the mouth, being played for laughs(at least by Charles Cottier, who seems to play most scenes for laughs-then again how else can you play Dexter?)but actually not casting either character in a particularly positive light and trying to ram the "Dexter's a nice guy really" message down the audience's throat a bit too hard.

There's an extremely muddled exit for Laura too, as the episode briefly convinces Roo and the audience that she's a thief before revealing that...she probably isn't, making it seem the whole thread was only there so they'd have something to put in the trailers.Either way, she was a decent character and it's a shame to lose her.At least Roo apologises to her.And then Alf apologises to HER.


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