Romeo is relatively relived that his six weeks severance pay may permit paying off some debts while searching for another job. Kyle quickly realizes the man inquiring about Tamara must be ...
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Romeo is relatively relived that his six weeks severance pay may permit paying off some debts while searching for another job. Kyle quickly realizes the man inquiring about Tamara must be her unshakable ex Nelson Gregory and pretends she's unknown in town. Sid keeps waving his home front's ever-more worried questions about his conditions, as if just job-stressed, but consults Dr. Padley for depression. Spencer surprisingly says to be relieved that Harvey sneakily called their parents, but Maddie calls home threatening to run away forever if they come collect them. They find cash under her pillow, which Celia confesses to be the winnings from a relapse, which Alf warns to be her last chance. Written by
Some quite interesting stuff going on here.While Sid's breakdown is abrupt, it is well portrayed and it's good to see him having something to do.His family's intervention is quite well done(but still no Sasha!), although his comment about Dexter's wisecracks is the same as anyone else's.
It's a shame that we miss out on a moment of Maddy confronting Harvey about his decision, given that she seems a lot more annoyed about it than Spencer.Celia's involvement is slightly suspect, although her actions are believable, and it leads to a fairly electric scene between her and Alf.
It isn't until the episode's over that you realise Casey and Tamara didn't really do much but things are clearly building.Kyle filling Casey in on what happened in the previous episode is a rather amusing moment and Kyle and Natalie covering for Tamara shows some interesting development.
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