Desperate for cash to pay off Danny, Darryl is setting up a cocaine deal with hopeless amateur drug dealers Bob Lawson and Bill Crosby. Heath's mood isn't understood by Bianca. Alf thinks ... See full summary »

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Desperate for cash to pay off Danny, Darryl is setting up a cocaine deal with hopeless amateur drug dealers Bob Lawson and Bill Crosby. Heath's mood isn't understood by Bianca. Alf thinks only worse of gutless Harvey after he admits Mel is blackmailing him with Ben's tragic yacht drowning, Roo insists he must fight for Lottie, especially since Mel was the one who inspired keeping his drunk state from the police. Written by KGF Vissers

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"A bloke defines himself by how he reacts in a crisis and every time you're in strife you lie and cheat"
19 September 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Heath/Danny plot line is rather interesting, it's just a shame that it's resolved so quickly and that Heath's sudden disillusionment about his father just comes out of nowhere.The scenes between Heath and Bianca are actually quite good and perhaps show promise in their relationship.Certainly, Bianca seems keen to make things work.

Elsewhere, Alf learns the truth about Harvey's behaviour regarding his children and tears a strip off him in a brilliantly pitched moment.It's a shame that it feels like we're meant to follow Roo's lead and see Alf as wrong and Harvey as sympathetic.

The B-plot about Brax stuck out at a wharf with the world's most incompetent drug runner is only interesting for Brax's continued humiliation at being treated like a grunt.His decision at the end of the episode is dubious on several levels.


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