Kyle tries to organise Casey's funeral but Brax is focused on getting revenge, making a mockery of Casey's sacrifice by plotting murder. Josh uses deluded Maddy for comfort sex, then takes ...
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Kyle tries to organise Casey's funeral but Brax is focused on getting revenge, making a mockery of Casey's sacrifice by plotting murder. Josh uses deluded Maddy for comfort sex, then takes the coward's way out and tells her to keep quiet. Sophie is annoyed when she sees Nate comforting Ricky and he doesn't help things by not telling her what's going on; afterwards, he tells her they should split up. The tragedy brings John and Marilyn back together as they tell Jett what's happened. Written by
"Why can't you just tell the cops who's responsible?"
This episode is an awkward mix between the quite good and the rather distasteful.Brax's obsession with revenge and ignoring the law sits very uncomfortably in the mix of all this and is a dangerous road for the show to go down if they don't pull back sharply.Kyle shows his maturity as he takes charge of the real life stuff, while Andy begins to show growth at last.
Josh turning to Maddy for comfort sex, and apparently not even thinking about Evelyn, is slightly odd, before he crosses the line into toerag by telling her to keep quiet.But there's a light in the darkness as John and Marilyn get back together...and Nate and Sophie break up.
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