Dex is conscious again, but until the swelling in his brain subsides there's no telling if the massive disabling of his cognitive functions, diagnosed by specialist , can be reversed. Sid ...
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Dex is conscious again, but until the swelling in his brain subsides there's no telling if the massive disabling of his cognitive functions, diagnosed by specialist , can be reversed. Sid blames himself for a short, possibly crucial hesitation. Romeo remains in a morbid mood, unable to forget Indy or make up with Liam, whom Sid reads the paternal riot act. Just when Alf has convinced Roo that accepting a partnership with Tim without consultation isn't fair to fiancé Harvey, her 'forbids' it, thus changing her mind again. Written by
"If you think I'm gonna play games where my daughter's love life's concerned, you're dead wrong"
A somewhat cluttered episode with no fewer than four story lines vying for attention.The Romeo plot line feels the most intrusive, since Indi's got far more important things to worry about right now, and the constant support he seems to be receiving and the absurd almost universal hostility towards Liam are just aggravating.The character really feels like he's got no place in the show, never mind the episode.
Meanwhile, Dexter manages to seem less with-it than he did at the end of the previous episode.April is irritating as ever, although her actions are at least understandable, and it's a shame that once more the focus is on her while Sasha's reunion with Dex, which carries a lot more emotional resonance, gets squeezed into half a scene.
Alf gets stuck in the crossfire of Roo and Harvey's problems and is once again the best thing in the episode.His reaction when Harvey undoes all his work in seconds is priceless.Brax and Natalie's upgrading to couple status is almost a footnote and doesn't have any link to anything else in the episode but that's probably a good thing.
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