Dex talks April out of reconsidering their planned move to Paris, whatever that means for Sasha, who won't move in with Sid. Father won't let her live alone once Indy leaves and possibly ...
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Dex talks April out of reconsidering their planned move to Paris, whatever that means for Sasha, who won't move in with Sid. Father won't let her live alone once Indy leaves and possibly sells the gym. Casey, who just revived dispensation to take his exams, and Tamara decide not to tell the happy couple about their breakup. Bianca is shocked by thee escalating school vandalism, but refuses to just blame Matt, especially as Leah suspects Montgomery. Written by
"I'm beginning to think that you guys moving to the other side of the world will be a good thing.I won't have to deal with the lovey-dovey stuff anymore."
Still pretty terrible.April and Dexter are completely self-absorbed and acting like they're somehow wonderful.Casey and Tamara take up the little screen time that they're not hogging to act as though they're not quite as wonderful but still somehow special.Sid gets one nice half scene with Indi but is mostly left being ignored when he points out just how ridiculous April and Dexter's latest plan is and being used as a designated villain when he has to make an unpopular choice to clear up the mess they've left behind, while Sasha apologises for being selfish despite being the only person who isn't.
Again, the saving grace of the episode is the Montgomery storyline.Leah gets smart as to what she's up to and Bianca gets a glimpse of the real hardness at her core.Montgomery may have done herself more harm than good by basically declaring war.
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