Adam assures Darryl he can bridle 'troubled' son Jamie. Casey must sooth Sasha's absurd jealousy and Tamara's to make the last reconsider her refusal to testify in his favor. April makes ...
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Adam assures Darryl he can bridle 'troubled' son Jamie. Casey must sooth Sasha's absurd jealousy and Tamara's to make the last reconsider her refusal to testify in his favor. April makes her sister admit proper grieving is a necessary stage. Written by
"I thought I'd see what you get up to on these nights out"
Tamara's back, which should be a cause for celebration, but frankly we only get a glimpse of the wise and caring person she was on her last stint.In her place is a ranting psycho and, while we get a sort-of explanation for her assault on Casey, it's pretty hard to sympathise with her or to appreciate the instant change in Casey, who dumps Sasha the moment she turns up and only goes back to her once Tamara's stormed off.It feels like there are changes afoot on the show and they're not good.Also, while we do see Natalie's reaction to the news she's real, there's far less of a climb down that is really needed.
April actually comes out of this episode extremely well and it's ironic that it's Sasha that gives her the push to confront Bianca head on.Her turning up at Adam's party is exactly the push that Bianca needs and quickly pays dividends.It's just a shame that the opportunity to give April and Heath a scene together is sidestepped.
Meanwhile, Jamie continues to hang around Leah but even though we see that he's a disturbed individual, Leah still comes across as overreacting, especially the pointless way she keeps VJ off school.The resurfacing of Natalie's blind faith in Brax isn't that appreciable either.
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