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Kyle is furious when he finds out Jade has been hiding her love for him and risked Malcolm's marriage just for distraction. Chris has enough of bigot Warren Burrell's gross attitude and ... See full summary »

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Rhys Lawson (credit only)
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Sonya Mitchell
Gemma Pranita ...
Jade Mitchell
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Summer Hoyland
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Kyle Canning (as Christopher Milligan)
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Benjamin McNair ...
Malcolm Kennedy (as Benjie McNair)
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Danielle Paquette
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Morgan Baker ...
Callum Jones (credit only)
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Kyle is furious when he finds out Jade has been hiding her love for him and risked Malcolm's marriage just for distraction. Chris has enough of bigot Warren Burrell's gross attitude and refuses further service. Shortly after, someone sneaks into the garage and knocks him down with a wrench blow on the head. Andrew believes his luck turned when a nurse bids o his clown mobile, but Paul finds out, pays to schedule tattoo removal and demands repayment in extra hotel shifts during the knave's last pre-university vacation. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You had a tool for a boyfriend when you were younger so what, you go around stuffing up other people's lives?"
30 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another weird one where it's hard to know what we're supposed to think of certain characters.Jade's still pretty irritating, with her excuses getting more and more lame, and Kyle spends most of the episode in a permanent sulk.Malcolm's a rather unwelcome addition as well, even if his advice to Jade does make sense.

Meanwhile, Paul and Andrew's storyline feels at times as though it's aiming for a heartwarming tale of a father looking out for his son but doesn't quite get there and instead ends up portraying Paul as a dictatorial bully.

The confrontation between Chris and Warren is the highlight of the episode, with a nicely underplayed sense of what isn't said being more important than what is.It's a shame the ending probably isn't as interesting as it appears to be and there's probably a spoiler in the cast list.


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