Romeo finds a new career: taking over the presently neglected gym and turning it into a healthy enterprise again, with business advice from Indy. Jett feigns illness, still hiding he's ...
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Romeo finds a new career: taking over the presently neglected gym and turning it into a healthy enterprise again, with business advice from Indy. Jett feigns illness, still hiding he's being bullied by Tilda, whose faked identity finally gets Sasha to discover Rosie's secret: she's living alone on money from her divorced father. Stress-wrecked Sid has taken a day of unpaid leave to see Dr. Padley at a mental institution, but Dex finds out and turns up there. Marilyn presides over a reconciliation attempt between fed-up Alf and lying gambler Celia. Written by
A rather nice little episode, with a lot going on.Aside from some curious over familiarity with Celia, Marilyn is used well here as she mediates between Alf and Celia, even if it isn't entirely effective. There's some slight progress in Jett's storyline and Romeo has an idea. Which is usually a cue to run.
But the main meat is in the Walker-centric story lines.Sasha takes the plunge with Rosie and asks her what she's doing.Although Rosie puts a brave face on, she's obviously affected by her lack of family.Their hug and the fish are rather cute.
Meanwhile, it seems Sid's been missing for the last week, as he and the psychiatrist he was last seen with are holed up at a country estate. While Indi is happy to let him get on with whatever he has to do, Dexter is soon doing some digging.His decision to go and find Sid is questionable but sets up a nice subtle cliffhanger.
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