When Casey, already most miserable having to report for the first of a year of weekly prison periods, says he feels obliged to settle Tamara and Sasha's demand to choose between them, ...
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When Casey, already most miserable having to report for the first of a year of weekly prison periods, says he feels obliged to settle Tamara and Sasha's demand to choose between them, Darryl suggests a third option: dumping both. Heath makes Darryl doubt enough to question Adam about abusing Jamie, who grudgingly keeps up the pretense. Buddy Romeo loyally stands by Dex who, after sort of making up with worried-sick Sid, takes April to the beach and insists to bath, out of character, desperate to demonstrate some self-reliance. Written by
"Didn't I warn you about having two girls on the go?"
Dexter and April seem to be competing to be the most irritating thing on screen here, from the usual sickly "cute" moments to Dexter's brattish behaviour towards Sid on the phone and April thinking the best way to be a supportive girlfriend is to turn off the television and mash up his food.Surely the sex isn't worth all this?
Possibly the most interesting thing on display here is Heath managing to find the chink in Brax's hero worship of Adam by letting him know about his treatment of Jamie.Meanwhile, we're left with Tamara making a play for someone else's boyfriend, Sasha being treated badly and Casey copping out enormously.We also finally get the details of his sentence, which seem to cause restrictions for future story lines more than anything else.
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