Kyle hesitates whether to accept selling out for a great price because the other owners want to or stick to his business dream. Rhys can't offer advise by suggests consulting a colleague. ... See full summary »

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Jackie Woodburne ...
Alan Fletcher ...
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Chris Pappas (credit only)
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Sonya Mitchell
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Jade Mitchell
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Summer Hoyland
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Lucas Fitzgerald (credit only)
Sandy Winton ...
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Kyle Canning (as Christopher Milligan)
Benjamin Barber ...
Rhys Lawson (as Ben Barber)
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Malcolm Kennedy (as Benjie McNair)
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Kyle hesitates whether to accept selling out for a great price because the other owners want to or stick to his business dream. Rhys can't offer advise by suggests consulting a colleague. Kyle concentrates on Jade, only to realize his feelings for her are romantic as he ever experienced before and asks her to consider commitment. Andrew gets Paul's permission to invite Summer for a longer stay after the Kennedys announced their confusing separation plan, but is reminded she stayed in town for him. Malcolm refuses to accept it, demanding Susan should accept therapy, but Karl says he proposed it, unable to handle the endless insecurity, yet cries himself to sleep. Written by KGF Vissers

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"Susan, tell me if I'm prying, but is everything okay?"
1 November 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Susan and Karl having the oddest split in history is hard to get a handle on but there's a nice and deliciously empathetic performance from Alan Fletcher to at least attract our sympathy, with even Susan beginning to realise the effect it's having on him.Malcolm finally recognises Susan isn't blameless in this, although Karl stops her getting too much flak.Having Paul show sympathy for them is a good move as well.He even manages to show surprising insight into Andrew and Summer's relationship, reminding Andrew of just how much Summer has given up for him and leaving him feeling decidedly uncomfortable.

Unfortunately, Kyle, usually one of the best characters, continues to remain dogged in his opposition to the development and abruptly decides he likes Jade, who has does an equally abrupt back flip with regards the development.


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