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A dream of kissing a young Romeo thrills Syd while a real kiss from a man dressed as Zorro sends Joanie to her seventh heaven. Robbie moves into Heather's flat. An old fortune teller dies and leaves a grandson with no legal papers and a grave health problem.
Because Heather's roommate must return to India, she accepts Robbie's self-invitation. At a costumed party shepherdess 'Liitle Bo Peep' Joanie is bored by a measly Superman but accidentally kissed by a Zorro she digs, which she can't find afterward, ignoring the sweet, studly barman Burt Ridley... Syd dreams of a young Romeo and has an adolescent Russian patient in a spooky house with a seizure caused by a still operable eye-tumor: Leonid 'Leo' Korchenko, an autistic painter, apparently hidden for years with his grandma by his ma to escape deportation to the USSR, yet he speaks fluent English and demands an immediate discharge. Syd finds him enormously talented, innocent and helpless; dad suggests arts professor Gordon, who calls him technically competent but uninspired, then changes his mind... When Heather demands honesty, Robbie admits he arranged her to meet Charlie but fell jealous, she lies to have no crush but quickly steals a kiss every night, or is that sleepwalking?
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