Only during the enigmatic initiation weekend, Spencer and Evelyn learn their absorption in the commune is achieved by marriage, officiated by Murray. Chris refuses, but instead of being ...
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Only during the enigmatic initiation weekend, Spencer and Evelyn learn their absorption in the commune is achieved by marriage, officiated by Murray. Chris refuses, but instead of being allowed to leave, is locked up and beaten miserably. Jett lets John off the hook about the private boarding school transfer when told they simply can't afford any luxury. Dexter and April can't agree on their wedding, which is planed before Indi leaves town in only two weeks, so they grudgingly accept to let Ro coordinate it, also to distract her. Just then news arrives: Winston has been found, the yacht sunk, Harvey's survival chances adrift are becoming desperate. Written by
There's a ton of nice character stuff in here.The development of John and Jett works well and perhaps sees them becoming closer.Irene gets to step in and help out Roo, while April and Dexter are actually bearable and even raise a few chuckles.And there's some development of the Missing Harvy story.
Meanwhile, away from reality, the cult story is finally coming to a head.There's some interesting characterisation of Spencer, who for all his hero worship of Murray is clearly not completely gone, turning a blind eye to Evelyn breaking cult rules.Evelyn putting Spencer in the firing line so she can get evidence against Murray is slightly dubious morally, even if she didn't realise how far it would go, but it looks like they're both going to break free at last.
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