Badly battered, in prison infirmary, Casey stops Darryl from taking it out on Jamie, who seems genuinely grateful and terrified. Kyle is furious to find Liam still helps himself to a '... See full summary »

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Alf Stewart
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Liam Murphy
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Romeo Smith
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Gina Palmer
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Marilyn Chambers
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Sid Walker
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Indi Walker
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Dexter Walker
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Roo Stewart (credit only)
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Darryl Braxton
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Casey Braxton
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John Palmer
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Harvey Ryan
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Jett James
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Kyle Braxton
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Badly battered, in prison infirmary, Casey stops Darryl from taking it out on Jamie, who seems genuinely grateful and terrified. Kyle is furious to find Liam still helps himself to a 'manager's salary', yet decides Darryl has enough on his plate, and after a tirade from Tamara that he'll never really be a Braxton brother, splits leaving a sorry-note. Romeo's "Body and Soul" gym's opening is nearly a disaster thanks to Palmer's incompetent electric handyman's work, but Alf's generator saves the evening. Jett can barely control his fury until bully Tilda betrays herself to greatly relieved Gina. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I figured you just wanted to believe she was a good person.It's kind of your weakness."
5 April 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There are some good things here and some frustrating things.The casual way in which Jamie is dispensed with after some good work is one of the most frustrating, only saved by some vaguely sympathetic writing and the fact he gets to shout at Brax.It almost feels like we're supposed to side with Brax and think that Casey is all that matters.

The gym launch isn't the most compelling thing in the world, with Alf saving the day and some vaguely amusing banter from Dexter being the only good things on offer.However, in an immensely satisfying moment we finally get to see Jett put one over on bully Tilda.His dismissive attitude to her playacting and delight when she gives herself away is great.

Meanwhile, Kyle finally works out what Liam's up to.It's hard to see Liam as hard done by here when he's had so much steady work from Brax and his smug attitude doesn't help.Tamara's judgement of Kyle is harsh and it feels like she's looking for a reason to go on hating him.Shame it causes him to make a very bad choice.


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