Zac holds off Hannah's unproven brainwashing theories, until he finally gets a phone call from Oscar to ask his help, which is suddenly broken off before the knave can specify anything. ...
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Zac holds off Hannah's unproven brainwashing theories, until he finally gets a phone call from Oscar to ask his help, which is suddenly broken off before the knave can specify anything. Jett keeps pushing palmer to 'out-court' Winston, but his objections prove founded as Marilyn tells them both to stop the extravagant gifts. Jett 'borrows' John's credit card to spend on, but gets out of well-deserved punishment to lure Sal and Pippa to their surprise send-off party. Written by
"I don't know much about women but what I do know is you can't buy their affection"
For the first part of the episode, the focus is mostly on the John-Marilyn-Winston triangle.John seems to have learned a few lessons from the previous episode, although Jett hasn't and ends up pulling a few ill-thought-out stunts to try and attract Marilyn's attention.Harvey and Jett stopping John and Winston having a race is a good moment.Heath steals the episode with his pizza entrance.
The focus on this episode should be Sally and Pippa's farewell. Actually, perhaps it shouldn't because there really isn't anything to say except "They've gone."It's nice to have some interaction between Pippa, Jett and the recently-missing-in-action VJ.But the beach scene with Alf is just a pale imitation of his and Sally's first farewell, complete with Sally insisting on sticking to the "Mr.Stewart" nonsense that even Pippa can see is ridiculous.
There's also more cult stuff with the introduction of the slimy group leader Murray and Evelyn becoming less and less likable by the minute. The other newcomers, Hannah and Oscar, do just ooze empathy though with Zac caught in the middle.
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