When Darryl arrives, Casey has shot their fiendish father, who enjoys their predicament despite his grave wound, rather then murder innocent robbery victim Pete Simpson. Darryl tries to ...
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When Darryl arrives, Casey has shot their fiendish father, who enjoys their predicament despite his grave wound, rather then murder innocent robbery victim Pete Simpson. Darryl tries to take the blame, but Casey insists to confess and refuses to explain his 'patricide' to puzzled senior sergeant Mike Emerson. Harvey enjoys meeting Tim Graham, who tips generously for help with his car trouble, but finds out at Alf's it's Roo's former New York fiancé, who wants her back and just divorced his Yankee wife. Danny dies in surgery. Written by
"Becoming someone you're not is never straightforward"
Brax is an incredibly frustrating character:His desire to throw himself on his sword for Casey's sake is commendable but his attitude makes him very hard to like.He doesn't even seem to consider that Natalie might have a problem with the violent world that he's perfectly at home in, although sadly it's not enough to make her think twice about associating with him.It's a nice touch to have Alf and Marilyn view Danny with sympathy although Heath's reaction is perhaps a touch too far.
It seems very odd to suddenly bring in Roo's ex two years after everyone's forgotten he existed.It also seems very hard to believe that Alf would be that familiar with him, as their meeting at the Diner suggests.Harvey's behaviour in the last scene, dubbing Tim "crazy tipping guy", is rather amusing.
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