Zac liberates the twins with the help of the police, who arrest cult boss Murray and his 'lawyer', Ethan, who still refuses to believe his brother. Nate releases well-recovering Josh home, ...
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Zac liberates the twins with the help of the police, who arrest cult boss Murray and his 'lawyer', Ethan, who still refuses to believe his brother. Nate releases well-recovering Josh home, that is to Alf's with Maddie. His new adolescent patient, Spencer, needs treatment of bad bruises and bipolar disorder. Darryl gets his short first jail visit from Rickie, who may barely hug him. To VJ's horror, Leah starts working as counselor in his school. Written by
"I'm so sorry.I should have been looking out for you."
Well, the stuff at the lodge well and truly comes to a head with Murray deservedly being arrested and Ethan slightly less deservedly being arrested.The main problem is the show once more resorting to insinuation:We can think about the implications of forced marriage and imagine something disturbing but the show seems to be trying to say that the marriages themselves are horrifying, rather than just a bit weird.Still it's nice to see Oscar and Evelyn getting some decent screen time together for the first time in ages, a nice little Spencer and Evelyn moment and Roo belatedly showing some interest in Spencer.
Leah's new role is a bit contrived but Bianca obviously needs some allies in the school and it gives us a chance to see VJ for the first time in ages.
Meanwhile, as well as some rather perfunctory scenes between Brax and Ricky, we get some nice stuff for Josh and Maddy, with the former beginning to see the senselessness of holding onto hate.Shame Alf, whose reappearance would once have been welcome, is back to bullying them within milliseconds of turning up.
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