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Lucas convinces Tasha and semi-reconciled Ed to consider a morally superior alternative to selling the app to a casino group: the state government's anti-gambling addiction program. Andrew ... See full summary »

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Dr. Karl Kennedy (credit only)
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Kyle Canning (credit only)
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Rhys Lawson (credit only)
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Summer Hoyland
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Tom Oliver ...
Lou Carpenter (credit only)
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Sophie Ramsay
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Priya Kapoor
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Lucas convinces Tasha and semi-reconciled Ed to consider a morally superior alternative to selling the app to a casino group: the state government's anti-gambling addiction program. Andrew confesses only to Chris that he already sold the rights, not how, and enlists his help to procrastinate until the $25,000 check is in. After even Andrew sides against him with now even less repentant rascal Sophie, Paul owes up that he dumped Zoe. Written by KGF Vissers

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"You always hold grudges"
6 September 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Paul's lie to Sophie inevitably causes trouble, to the point that even Andrew is left disgusted with him.Although he eventually hands Zoe's present over to her and admits the truth, it seems it's too little too late, especially since he takes the coward's way out again and claims he was doing it for her benefit, and his and Sophie's relationship has suffered.

Aside from a few nice scenes with Sophie, Andrew is utterly contemptible here, with his attempts to hide his illegal deal with Tasha.By the end, Chris is a knowing accessory to his deception, with very little justification aside from Ed being rude to him.It's hard to pay much attention when it's unlikely Andrew is going to receive any real punishment for his crime.


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