Belle stumbles on Aden holding 'dad from hell' and Rachel prisoner. They can barely stop him administering Larry a lethal injection. Jai wisely tells Annie to get off Geoff's case. They and...
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Belle stumbles on Aden holding 'dad from hell' and Rachel prisoner. They can barely stop him administering Larry a lethal injection. Jai wisely tells Annie to get off Geoff's case. They and Miles help Kirsten prepare for a Social services inspection of Ollie's caretakers, but Jai can't handle the kid calling him Jai-Jai as his late kid brother did. Ollie is forgotten and get hurt, but Bartlett lies taking the blame. Aden is arrested by Angelo and told his word won't get Larry convicted for Axel's death. Angelo comforts Belle.Written by
"She doesn't deserve this.She's done nothing but help you."
On its own, this episode is good but you just know they're not going to follow through on this:Aden is a regular and therefore indestructible so there's obviously not going to be any real consequences for his actions, namely kidnapping two innocent women and trying to kill his father.Larry actually comes out of it quite well, reasoning with Aden rather than getting angry.Let's hope Belle at least has the sense to steer clear of Aden from now on and realise that he's not the person she wants him to be.She and Angelo actually have a good chemistry here although it's probably a bit soon for her to be jumping into another relationship.
And it's nice to see Rachel showing a justifiable amount of anger at the way her friends abandoned her.Leah at least has the decency to seem contrite and hopefully there'll be a major apology from Tony when he gets back.
The subplot with Kirsty, Miles and the social worker is a bit annoying. Frankly, after taking her son on the run Kirsty's lucky not to have a bit more than a regular visit.Annie and Jai leaving Oliver on her own is asking for trouble but Kirsty is a bit harsh on Jai, even if her reaction is understandable.Let's hope Miles actually talks to him about things rather than settling for an admonishment he didn't hear.
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