Palmer feels left out as Jett and Gina seem inseparable and seeks distraction dining late with Marilyn, who returns drunk to the Harvey-Roo war zone. Romeo is not inclined to help Liam with...
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Palmer feels left out as Jett and Gina seem inseparable and seeks distraction dining late with Marilyn, who returns drunk to the Harvey-Roo war zone. Romeo is not inclined to help Liam with Indy. Written by
"Inviting a third person into your relationship, for whatever reason, doesn't end well"
A very unsatisfying episode.By the end of it, you're left feeling that characters and story lines have gone backwards rather than forwards.We should be beyond Irene shooting disapproving looks at Heath or Heath making childish remarks to Liam by now.What we're left with instead is Irene effectively pushing Heath out of her home and pack to his brothers, while Liam seems to pretty much invite Romeo to come and take Indi off him, via the double standard that only Indi's supposed to take her marriage vows seriously while everyone else who's separated sleeps with whoever they want.And a rare Romeo/Heath scene only succeeds in being pointless while simultaneously making you like the characters less.
Similarly, Gina continues to focus all her attention on Jett, to the extent of stopping him and John spending time with each other.It seems, when John refuses to fit in with her plans, that this is heading for a showdown but instead we're left with John getting drunk with Marilyn which, while amusing, doesn't really seem to address the issue.
And Roo and Harvey once again achieve nothing except using up screen time.
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