Sid grudgingly allows Jody to stay on the farm for the night, but only the children can decide whether she gets to see them, as Dex chooses. Indy however won't even listen to apologies and ...
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Sid grudgingly allows Jody to stay on the farm for the night, but only the children can decide whether she gets to see them, as Dex chooses. Indy however won't even listen to apologies and almost turns on Romeo for remaining civilized rather then 'more supportive'. VJ still seems barely interested in the baby, all the more in whether Miles will finally be moving in. Alf fails to sort out the yacht docking permit, Romeo tells him family takes priority over business. Written by
A nice change from the recent pace.Although Miles still being on anti-depressants is possibly the biggest in a recent run of strange things, it is nice to see a reference back.The chat between Miles and VJ also features some nice continuity with the confirmation that VJ is old enough to remember Leah's last pregnancy.
Although Romeo's support of Indi is admirable, his decision to sacrifice his business as a result seems rather curious.Jody continues to get some good characterisation, although Indi's intractable nature, and her attitude towards Dex, cross the line into annoying here and it's easy to forget she and Jody used to be quite close.The cliffhanger, with Dexter seemingly grabbing the wrong end of the stick and beating himself about the head with it, is a bit strange.
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