Tired of Kyle lazily hanging around in the Braxton house until his trial, Darryl assigns him as restaurant staff to unamused Liam, who soon has to admit it's a hard worker and born salesman...
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Tired of Kyle lazily hanging around in the Braxton house until his trial, Darryl assigns him as restaurant staff to unamused Liam, who soon has to admit it's a hard worker and born salesman, who objects to being called a River Boy. Heath has trouble with the paperwork to file for custody of Darcy, tells Bianca his kid is now part of the package but is made to think it over properly first by big brother, who's proof single-parenting takes over once's life. Spencer and Maddie seem to have left the Bay, worrying Roo rather then Alf, to whom Celie confesses she 'borrowed' the missing cash around town. Written by
An interesting exploration of the people around Heath.Brax is typically dismissive of him while Bianca supports him despite her own uncertainties.Irene does a good job of being Bianca's confidante, it's just a shame April never seems to fill this role anymore.Liam's description of Heath working is one of the funniest lines of the episode, topped only by Brax and Kyle's exchange about video games.And it's nice that we get an update on what's going on with Kyle.
Meanwhile, Roo continues to do research on Spencer and Maddy, with more good use of Irene.Alf shows a rather bizarre belief in guessing half the truth about the caravan park thefts:We're presumably meant to be surprised by Celia's revelation but the alternative explanation is so absurd it was really the only thing that could be going on.
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