Casey's trial starts, and Tamara has left despite the subpoena. The man whose life Danny threatened thanks Casey, but the shrewd prosecutor seems able to turn everything against Casey. The ...
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Casey's trial starts, and Tamara has left despite the subpoena. The man whose life Danny threatened thanks Casey, but the shrewd prosecutor seems able to turn everything against Casey. The accused rushes out of the courthouse in a panic attack, requiring Sid's medical help, but is determined to return the next court days. Senior Sergeant Mike Emerson sees no reason to believe Leah and Liam, who must admit several errors, over Jamie, so no police action is taken. VJ goes question Jamie on the beach, leading to a slightly scary grabbing. Overreacting, Leah pretends her parents offered them a holiday and leaves with VJ, who doubts if he'll get his Summer Bay life back ever again. Written by
"You accept expensive gifts, money from his father, is it any wonder the guy's misreading your signals?"
So, an excuse is needed to cover Ada Nicodemou's maternity leave, since pretty much every viewer must have noticed she's pregnant by now.The stalker storyline is a difficult choice to pull off, given Leah's lived through pretty much every stalker scenario in the Bay's history.It just about manages it here by putting VJ in danger and showing just how obsessed Jamie's become.Still, it's hard not to join in with Stevenson when he points out just how badly Leah's mishandled things.Nice that no-one's fooled by her holiday story for a second.
The other plot line is the beginning of Casey's trial and the discovery that once again they've remembered actors who've played judges and prosecutors in the past but not bothered to look up what their characters were actually called.Sid is great as ever, counselling Sasha but supporting her anyway.Natalie completely fails to apologise for convincing him he was crazy as expected and witnesses Emerson and Pete do a good job of staying fair in the face of a typically odious prosecutor.Heath's blunt assessment of the situation is fun, while Brax does the overbearing patriarch thing again.
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