Heath takes Kyle to their father's tomb to discuss similarity of life in his two part-time families. Looking for Jett's missing cellphone, Palmer sees Jamie using it and takes it as ... See full summary »

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Heath takes Kyle to their father's tomb to discuss similarity of life in his two part-time families. Looking for Jett's missing cellphone, Palmer sees Jamie using it and takes it as evidence, but Heath steps in to prevent a complaint against Jamie to the police, even threatens to testify that Palmer's aggression damaged his car. Jamie enjoys bonding with Heath but can't convince Adam to spare his new friend whatever is planned during their fishing trip. Romeo tries to smooth the tension between Dex and Sid, who almost turns on him. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I am wrong sometimes, you know"
14 February 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There's a few good moments in here but it's a bit muddled, possibly in an attempt to fit all the characters in before the end of the year. There's no reason for Romeo and Indi to be in this episode, April and Dexter's scene is as dreadful as ever(especially with the talk of kids and uni)and potentially interesting ideas, like Jett hanging out with Kyle, being dropped rapidly.

It's hard to find any real meat in this episode, since it's mostly involved with pushing characters into the places they need to be in for the season cliffhanger and resolution, resulting in the rather forced involvement of Liam and Natalie.The only time the episode really comes to light is in John's confrontation with Jamie and even then the moment is quickly dissipated by Heath's well-meaning but rather myopic interference.There is a sense of things building but it's hard to know where your attention is meant to be at any given moment.


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