Romeo secretly hands Mink, who scolded Indy for never supporting her husband, his last cash, so she can start in the surf competition, but hears only on the day she has been the circuit's ...
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Romeo secretly hands Mink, who scolded Indy for never supporting her husband, his last cash, so she can start in the surf competition, but hears only on the day she has been the circuit's laughing stock all season. Darryl reconsiders his plans with mob baron Geoffrey King in the picture, according to Palmer moving into the area, so he thinks about taking Heath with him to the city. Palmer enjoys the good side of leaving politics, his re-found freedom and - time, but agrees Harvey may not be allowed to win his resigned municipal council seat. Initially reluctant Alf soon accepts to run. Written by
Mink continues to make waves, Romeo continues to side with her more than is reasonable and Indi continues to be oddly sympathetic as she ends up stuck in the middle.It's clear Mink has certain issues about how she thinks Romeo should be living his life and, while it's clear she's not being entirely truthful, what happens in the end is a pretty big surprise and raises a lot of interesting questions.
Meanwhile, Harvey continues his quest to be king of the castle while Roo and the others try to find a likely alternative.Alf is the logical choice and it's a joyous moment when he decides to make a stand, even though this sort of thing never seems to go well for him.
There's also a plot thread running through about Brax's run-in with Geoffrey King but, while it's nice he cares enough to keep Heath away from Geoffrey, it's hard to raise much interest.
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