The day before Jett has to move in with his custody-awarded father Richard Bosic, he admits being afraid of leaving the Palmer home and would prefer to stay. The foster pair tries to ...
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The day before Jett has to move in with his custody-awarded father Richard Bosic, he admits being afraid of leaving the Palmer home and would prefer to stay. The foster pair tries to reassure him and make their potentially last day beach fun. Casey is so convinced of his parricidal guilt that he believes to belong in jail and refuses to see visitors, as Natalie learns when she bluffs her way trough. A cop warns Darryl informally and illegally that the prosecutor is planning deals so to shift all blame for late Danny to poor Casey. Written by
"Must be hard for him to say how thrilled he is with you crying in the corner all the time"
Casey's storyline continues to be a bit of a mixed bag.There's some nice characterisation for Georgie, as she bends the rules slightly in order to help Casey.Natalie's position as a Braxton flunky is a bit more disappointing.Brax isn't too bad but he's always a bit hard to root for.It's to be hoped the storyline will be allowed to play out rather than going for an immediate fix.
John and Gina enjoy their last day with Jett and, while some of it's a bit silly, there's some great material for John in particular.The closing moments though are slightly awkward and the storyline just seems to be heading into a blind alley.Marilyn's desire to give Danny a decent send off is commendable, while Roo and Harvey continue to gripe about Tim in a way that doesn't really move past "mildly amusing".
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