Jett clearly doesn't trust Palmer's reconciliation with Gina, even now he moved back in, but a sneaky recording test proves the Marilyn threat over, despite appearances. Romeo warns Indy ...
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Jett clearly doesn't trust Palmer's reconciliation with Gina, even now he moved back in, but a sneaky recording test proves the Marilyn threat over, despite appearances. Romeo warns Indy against bold risks after the police arrests Neil, but he's released for lack of evidence. Lisa feels it's time she lifts the threat to the Walder family, but the stress already caused Dex to have another spastic seizure. Alf makes Roo realize that Harvey can't pick a best man for lack of local friends, but she calls a study mate behind his back. Written by
Well, the cliffhanger is resolved in about ten seconds and much in the way that viewers could have predicted at the end of the previous episode.There's some nice character development for Indi, who begins to see that standing up to Neil is the most important thing.It's a shame that we have to deal with the reappearance of Romeo, dragging her down with his caveman behaviour.The use of his history could provide insight if it wasn't both unsubtle and somewhat throwaway.Lisa's ambiguous final scene could set up an interesting finale, depending on how it plays out.
The continuing saga of Roo being a nightmare sees her responding to Alf's observation that Harvey doesn't have any friends by finding one. Meanwhile, Jett is in full-on brat mode, effectively accusing John of cheating on Gina in a way that doesn't actually make the slightest bit of sense:What exactly was on the rest of the recording?
And then there's a telegraphed but nevertheless effective cliffhanger involving Dexter, suggesting the reset button might not be hit as hard as it might have seemed.
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