Dex consults specialist Dr. Ben Dawson the be tested for his possibly diabetic seizures, but insists on secrecy, so reluctant Romeo has to cover for him, which leads t clumsy, improbably ...
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Dex consults specialist Dr. Ben Dawson the be tested for his possibly diabetic seizures, but insists on secrecy, so reluctant Romeo has to cover for him, which leads t clumsy, improbably lies, again when Dex is kept overnight for observation, but at least the inconclusive diagnosis is hopeful. Heath assures his brothers he's done with impossible to please Bianca, however remorseful she may now be. Anyway, Casey's upcoming verdict is the priority, so he insists on a nostalgic boys night and surfing at sunrise. Written by
There's some decent family material here.April actually works rather well in her bonding scenes with Bianca with Irene cast in the role of the caring matriarch.And Bianca has well and truly turned the corner and is rather likable here.Even better are the scenes with the Braxtons, who are finally showing a close bond with Heath increasingly seeming like a dominant presence.
Only the Walker storyline falls a bit flat.Romeo's far too dull a character to make a decent foil for the energetic Dexter(with Charles Cottier reduced to overacting again)and the whole storyline seems to rely on everyone behaving like an idiot:Romeo and Dexter fail to come up with a decent cover story despite having ample opportunity to do so yet somehow Sid and Indigo believe everything they say.
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