Roman generously offers Aden terms to move in with no rent and Larry agrees. Now Mattie knows, Rick openly admits he wants to accept Noel's offer to fight again, even better paid. Roman is ...
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Roman generously offers Aden terms to move in with no rent and Larry agrees. Now Mattie knows, Rick openly admits he wants to accept Noel's offer to fight again, even better paid. Roman is surprised by his teenage daughter Nicole, who left boarding school to move in, unannounced, just recently. Jazz finally has a job: school secretary.Written by
"Well, for all intents and purposes, I think you've just become the de facto father of two"
Sheer genius.Nicole walks into the show like a breath of fresh air, taking no prisoners, ruffling feathers and managing to make the viewer like her in spite of being rude to everyone in sight.Putting her, Roman, Morag and Aden in a house together creates one of the most dysfunctional, makeshift and yet somehow right families in the show's history.Which is precisely what Home and Away is all about.
Contrasting with the drama is the continued development of Aden and Larry, who continue to come across as decent human beings once shed of their hang-ups.It's a bit odd that Larry acts as though he's never seen Morag before when they met in court, although since she was in the process of exposing Aden for smoking dope that's probably for the best.
Meanwhile, Ric and Matilda seem at their most grown-up(almost enough to make you forget they're talking about an illegal street fight)as they discuss their arguments and come to a compromise.But taking Jazz along for the ride?Is Ric sure about that?
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