Ingrate Sasha rudely blames 'dobbing' protector Xavier for her just grounding. Grumpy Sid demands Darryl calls all River Boys back from Sasha, yet ends up taking his advice to give Stu are ...
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Ingrate Sasha rudely blames 'dobbing' protector Xavier for her just grounding. Grumpy Sid demands Darryl calls all River Boys back from Sasha, yet ends up taking his advice to give Stu are fair chance after finding out she did the seducing, so lover-boy gets a dinner invitation, which is gratefully accepted. Romeo finds Harvey systematically lies, breaks his promises and tries to shift the blame on Romeo, yet Alf won't turn against his potential son in law, so he seeks Roo's discrete help. Written by
"If you can't talk about it, then you're definitely not ready to do it"
Sasha continues to make waves, even for Stu, as she tries to be Summer Bay's answer to Romeo and Juliet.Brax makes a surprising appearance acting as a big brother figure for Stu, although it still involves him ordering everyone about.Sid proves willing to compromise, even though Sasha doesn't really seem to be meeting him halfway.Xavier is rather wasted, despite a few interesting looks.
Harvey is another one still making waves, as he once again makes Romeo look bad while getting off doing any work and Alf continues to let him get away with it.Their feud does make for a rather dull cliffhanger though.
The other plot line focuses on April and Dexter, as the latter tries desperately to broach the subject of taking things to the next level. Whether you find this cute or aggravating probably depends on your opinion of them as a couple, but April actually comes over quite well for once, being genuinely caring towards Irene as she starts looking to her future.
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