Heath refuses to make up or explain his grudge to Casey, whom he even denies a first visit to Rocco, but Bianca gets him to make an effort and Casey convinces him that being neglected by ...
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Heath refuses to make up or explain his grudge to Casey, whom he even denies a first visit to Rocco, but Bianca gets him to make an effort and Casey convinces him that being neglected by their monstrous father is no cause for jealousy, rather a good thing. Dex regains some muscle control and makes up with April, but frustration over his helpfulness spoils everything again. Harvey is shocked when Roo admits she only broke up with Tim romantically, not the business deal. Written by
Only the junior Braxton brothers only appear for once, allowing their storyline to play out in isolation.It's nice that Brax's intervention wasn't a magic cure and they have to sort their issues out themselves. Of course, what those issues are seem to change from episode to episode but Heath's status as ignored middle child remains consistent:It's reached the point where even bad attention is preferable to none as Danny, and by extension Brax, don't even see any point in messing his life up.It's good that they sort things out, although his last couple of scenes suggest Casey has some issues of his own.And we get to see Heath playing with a stuffed toy.
Talking of miracle cures, Dexter has if not mastered then certainly rediscovered the art of talking and walking.It's a bit too much, too soon but it's pleasing that these steps, and the mandatory cuteness with jarring mature content that gets shoehorned in whenever April's on screen, don't provide a quick fix and he's still getting frustrated and reminding us he's not the person he used to be.
Roo and Harvey get the cliffhanger but with two big story lines going on, you'll forget they were in it after five minutes.
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