Geoff is the grateful 'guinea pig' of the new diner's big breakfast. Even Roman can't get Colleen over her despair to have put her niece in danger, but Leah talks her out of leaving. At school, romantic 'stalker' Melody, who never gave Geoff a chance to let her down easily, learns the hard way through the classmates' prank. Yet both Miles and her manage to make him feel as guilty as hell. Rick finally agrees to Noel's offer for bare-knuckle boxing.Written by
"Let's just hope it's a lot less dangerous than it is here"
So the murder mystery takes a back seat as we instead deal with the fallout from Sally's departure.Unfortunately, this means a return to the dull street fighting story that Ric seems to have got himself mired in, resulting in him making some typically questionable decisions.He should probably take notice of Noel's constant needling about Matilda because there's probably a lot more to it than that.
Elsewhere, Geoff gets to show his insensitive side where Melody is concerned-you just know there's going to be trouble when he throws that card away.Miles just about manages to reassert his authority after completely failing to control an argument in the corridor: His "Siddown!" as he walks back into the classroom gets the biggest laugh of the episode.
With Sally gone, Leah seems to be stepping up to centre stage, as Irene notes she's the only person left who can handle Colleen.Although once again, one has to ask what sane person would actually want to stop Colleen leaving town.Not to mention the odd continuity lapse of Irene welcoming Matilda home when she's been back for days.
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