Palmer is pleasantly surprised when Marilyn proposes to help him financially by setting up a business together, providing bus tours for tourists. Even diplomatic Dex cant mediate between ...
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Palmer is pleasantly surprised when Marilyn proposes to help him financially by setting up a business together, providing bus tours for tourists. Even diplomatic Dex cant mediate between lover April and Dr. Peta Bradley, who seems to vindictively enjoy over-burdening the haughty intern needlessly. Written by
Option one:You keep pushing those feelings down until he leaves town.
Well, that sounds really sad.
Mmm.Safe but sad.
Or option two:You lay your cards on the table.You tell him how you really feel.
Oh, well, that sounds really scary!Uh, how about option three:I do nothing except help John stay in Summer Bay?
That sounds really gutless.
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A very enjoyable episode.Peta continues to be immune to April's charms and quirky colour coding but is curiously appreciative of Dexter.There may well be a story here and the closing confrontation between her and April is pleasingly inconclusive.
Meanwhile, Sally and Roo continue to dig their heels in over both of them refusing to take the room at the house.In the end, it's Roo that manages to outgambit Sally in a pleasing manner.
Marilyn admits her feelings for John, but to Irene rather than the man in question.Irene gives her much better advice than Roo did and every scene between the three of them sparkles, especially Irene and Marilyn outdoing each other with reactions to the different options.
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