Romeo is shattered that sole sabotage witness Liam is in coma and far from impressed by Indy's all but supportive, even insulting attitude. Luckily Sid convinced Alph to put he boat deal on...
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Romeo is shattered that sole sabotage witness Liam is in coma and far from impressed by Indy's all but supportive, even insulting attitude. Luckily Sid convinced Alph to put he boat deal on hold, even if Harvey threatens to buy a mate's instead and barks at Romeo to stop 'manipulating'. With inspector Joyce now in charge, Darryl's damage control works fine, except for Charlie, who won't listen to reason and offers her resignation. Bianca stays at Liam's sickbed and breaks up with Heath. Written by
"This is what happens when you cross the line.You can't hang on to anything.You have to keep going."
Rather compelling as both Charlie and Bianca find themselves forced to do things the Braxtons' way.Both are left disgusted with themselves, prompting Bianca to decide she wants nothing more to do with Heath and Charlie to realise she can't stay in the police.There's a subtle irony in that Charlie and Brax's actions were actually unnecessary, since Sam would have been arrested and Brax cleared even without them stealing the evidence.
While the Irene and Leah/Miles story lines aren't really developed here, Harvey begins to show his true colours more and more as he ends up threatening Romeo.Despite this, Indigo actually has a point about Romeo needing to find a job.It's nice to see Sid sticking up for his family and Alf being a bit less blind to Harvey than he often has been lately.
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