Dean O'Mara plans to visit his sister Kelly, but Xavier is against it, yet has to accept Palmer's insistence on hospitality. Meanwhile Dex is accepted as mate again. Liam is on Bianca's ... See full summary »

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Dean O'Mara plans to visit his sister Kelly, but Xavier is against it, yet has to accept Palmer's insistence on hospitality. Meanwhile Dex is accepted as mate again. Liam is on Bianca's side again, but she pushes him away after nightmares of the out of control party, still unable to remember her assailant's face. Marilyn's tarot cards reading suggests she's destined for Elijah, who is not amused when warned by Miles. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I just wasn't ready for the disappointment of rejection"
22 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's nice to get some follow up to Bianca's rape:The characterisation of her, bottling everything up and trying to carry on as normal but on the verge of cracking, is very believable.Liam ends up carrying the brunt, as well as expectedly being rejected for his tutoring offer, while there's a good use of Irene in the role of Bianca's confidante.

Josh Quong Tart manages to lift the scene of Miles telling Elijah that Marilyn's interested in him, especially when he hands him a load of beer.It's a shame that no-one seems entirely clear whether it's meant to be a comedy storyline or not, Emily Symons seems to be playing some of her scenes dead straight.

Nice to see Xavier and Kelly back in the story lines and trouncing a surprisingly inept April and Dexter at pool.Although John and Gina dismiss his concerns, it's hard to shake the feeling Xavier has a point about Dean.


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