Kyle has calmed down and makes up with Rickie, who fails to inspire Casey any consideration for his Tamara-deserted half-brother. Chris refuses to just stand by as Spencer is drawn into ...
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Kyle has calmed down and makes up with Rickie, who fails to inspire Casey any consideration for his Tamara-deserted half-brother. Chris refuses to just stand by as Spencer is drawn into Murray's cult, like Sasha who just hopes Evelyn will help. So Chris pretends to be interested in joining the Lodge to be invited to the initiation course with his brother, who however reacts very defensive as soon as Chris suggests returning to Sumemr Bay and resuming his medication. Winston and Harvey remaining missing. Written by
"So you're questioning the value of Spencer being here?"
Indi's storyline feels a bit pointless here, although not as pointless as Romeo's stock footage cameo.All she really does is over-identify with Sasha and Roo over things that aren't really the same and accuse Chris of something he didn't do.Roo going back to work and burying herself in a heap of denial is in character.
Although it's a relief that Kyle's meltdown doesn't last long, his storyline meanders around without really deciding what it's about. Having him still mooning over Tamara(if that's what's going on)is frustrating, as is Casey's insensitivity.At least he and Ricky are soon back on an even keel.
Chris is the latest person to try to reach out to Spencer, but his questioning of Murray's doctrines doesn't go down well and he's soon on the receiving end of violence from his other.Only the increasingly likable Evelyn seems to have a chance of putting an end to things now.
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