Home and Away (1988– )
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Xavier initiates Dex, who is desperate to impress Lottie, in beach workouts, but cellphone peeking convinces her he's still in love with April. Jett claims a blackout when questioned by ... See full summary »

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Lyn Collingwood ...
Colleen Smart
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Xavier Austin (as David Jones Roberts)
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Gina Palmer
Emily Symons ...
Marilyn Chambers
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April Scott
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Sid Walker
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Dexter Walker
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Casey Braxton
Shane Withington ...
John Palmer
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Sasha Bezmel
Will McDonald ...
Jett James
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Natalie Davison
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Jayden Post
Morgan Weaving ...
Lottie Ryan
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Dave Townsend
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Xavier initiates Dex, who is desperate to impress Lottie, in beach workouts, but cellphone peeking convinces her he's still in love with April. Jett claims a blackout when questioned by senior sergeant Mike Emerson, as cued by Xavier of Palmer's suspicions, about the break-in at Colleen's. Gina absurdly refuses to suspect Jett herself, yet scandalizes Heath by suggesting he sold the rascal drugs. When jealous bully teacher adds personal insult about his affair with Henrietta to Casey's endless unjust detentions after a grading incident complicated by Sasha reporting to Gina, Casey hits his sadistic tormentor a bloody nose. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I don't have to tell you anything"
6 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

There's a slight problem with tone in this episode, as Colleen continues making double entendres about jugs in what should be a serious situation.Maybe they're worried about making Jett too unlikeable but this storyline already seems to be going down the wrong path with the never wise use of Gina as a maternal figure.Her abrupt attitude with Sasha is far more in character and provokes one of the episode's best moments.

Townsend continues to provoke Casey, with Sasha running to his defence. It has to be said though, Casey doesn't do himself any favours in the last scene, being stubborn over his assignment and then arguably overreacting to Townsend's insult.Natalie makes a good debut, coming across as kooky and likable.

Meanwhile, April and Lottie seem to be taking it in turns to be jealous of each other and Dexter seems to be taking it in turns to like them. Lottie's clearly a miles better match for him so it's not clear why the angle with April is even there.


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