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  1. I never liked Greg either. Very unlikeable, and yes he did have a nasty temper.
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  2. Almost, sick to my back teeth of Nikau. I actually wish he had gone to Japan. He's a very selfish person, ruining Bella's special day and constantly harassing her. The way the episode was progressing, I thought the preview on Thursday might have initially included Friday's and Monday episodes as I didn't think there was going to be time for Nikau to turn up at the exhibition. In some respects it's a shame what happened as everybody seemed to be getting on really well. Mackenzie and Ziggy apparently are good now (so their final act of reconciliation must have been off-screen). Everybody was having a good time. Dean wasted some very expensive food. I do have to admit, I did find it funny Mackenzie was the one to try and stop Nikau when he gatecrashed given though she was in a very similar scenario at the Paratas all those weeks ago. I kind of wish Irene had stuck around as I would have liked to have seen her reaction. Nikau announcing to Bella in front of everybody via microphone that he loved her was utterly cringeworthy. I wish they hadn't previewed Ziggy and Dean kissing as I would rather have had the element of surprise but I'm very disappointed with her. I had a lot of sympathy for Mackenzie over these last few months. But despite that, I've tried to be impartial and defend Ziggy because I always thought her actions were understandable and justified. I had sympathy for her as well because of what happened with Jarrod and Brody and even though you could argue it was harsh her throwing Mackenzie out when Mackenzie kissed Tane, I did respect that fact that Ziggy was a person of principles. Now I'm struggling to see why I defended her. She hasn't done a Jarrod or Brody with Dean but she's now no worse than Mackenzie. I was always suspicious (as I suspect most people in this thread were) when she didn't tell Tane about Dean declaring his love for her despite the fact that she and Tane agreed to be honest with each other. Then you have her getting annoyed just a few days ago about how Tane handled the whole Nikau sleeping with Sienna thing, which I felt was an excuse as she just wasn't that into him. Also, Justin clocking that she was still into Dean and his and John's references to the original plan of Ziggy/Tane/Dean going to the exhibition together. Finally Ziggy trying to talk Tane out of going seemed like subconsciously she wanted Dean to herself. So I always felt something would happen with Dean but I was hoping that Ziggy would be more respectful and end things with Tane. I will say though that given how Ziggy's been in the past, this is out of character and it feels like the writers have changed her to make the storyline more dramatic. Nikau seeing them kissing and not confronting them again emphasises his selfishness as he was more focussed on Bella than protecting his own uncle.
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  3. So glad you liked those moments and are looking forward to more. Hope you will enjoy the rest of this story.
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  4. What did Bobby ever see in that ill tempered loser Greg? Terrible, can't stand him.
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  5. I think it’s because he wants to propose before he moves back in. The proposal would be the start of their lives beginning together again. I’m not surprised Tori ran off though, she’s been hurt by him so much and she thought they were both wanting the same. But it sounded like they finished the episode back on the same page!
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  6. I still can't get behind Ari and Mia. Even when they were having the ultrascan with the baby, I just couldn't feel it with this couple. I do think Martha was being quite cold to Keiran initially but again, I do think her hesitancy and reluctance are very understandable given how he's treated her. I did find Roo's jaw dropping expression at her lack of warmth amusing (much like when she found out about Kieran's existence). Overall, I'm still quite liking the interaction with Keiran and Jasmine. Whilst she was surprised, I don't actually think she disliked it when he tried to kiss her. And let's face it, Jasmine doesn't have too many friends and the way she was in the Diner sitting by herself right near Chloe/Ryder to me shows she is lonely or being portrayed that way. Not sure anything should happen with Keiran due to one of the golden rules of recovery though. I really didn't like how Kieran got angry with her at being rejected and it's still a concern. Although her response to it was first class. Again didn't really like the way Alf accused Kieran of harming Jasmine after she had a fit although it's to be expected. Alf did seem a lot more measured when Keiran moved out of Irene's and into his. Perhaps he's subscribed to keeping your friends close and your enemies closer. Not sure what to make about Cash. His leniency made me think initially he was very fair but that coupled with turning a blind eye has made the alarm bell go off. His conversation with Alf made me think he possibly has first had experience of alcoholism, not necessarily as a police officer.
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  7. Really didn't like the way Ryder wanted Bella to be the bigger person and make amends with Chloe. Chloe started on her multiple times without provocation. Even when Bella tried to reconcile things, Chloe still had to have a dig that she was lucky that Nikau even went out with her. And Chloe's attitude towards getting a job at the Diner when Marilyn asked her for a CV had me shaking my head. It was funny when she told Marilyn she ran her own business - yeah the one that exploded!
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  8. Alison Patterson was one of my fave ever characters, the vixen of Summer Bay. I think by the time she left her character had run it's course, and she got a good send off by trashing the Diner and heading for the city. What would have made a good storyline for 1989 was a whodunnit, and Alison Patterson was the victim, due to her villainous ways. Alison and Bobby had a huge scrap on the beach in February 1989 at dusk. Bobby was hurt during the scuffle and had a blackout. The following morning, Alison was found dead by Donald Fisher when he is on his morning jog, her body badly beaten, and in a grassy part of the beach, so a bit secluded. Turns out Alison was also in a fight then hit with a rock a few times in the head. Bobby is arrested for her murder, and faces tough questioning. She is unsure if she killed Alison due to a blackout after the fight, and is devastated and distraught, and could face decades in prison. Bobby goes back to the murder scene and it transpires that Alison's body was found 20 metres away from where Bobby had the fight with her, and Bobby thinks that shows she could be innocent, she could not drag her body 20 metres in her dazed state. Alison's friend Judith Staples seems to be very interested in the murder, and says how it was probably deliberate. It turns out Alison owed Judith a lot of money and refused to pay it back, and she saw Bobby fight with her, waited until Bobby left then hit her several times in the head with a rock. Bobby is vindicated but angry that she was allowed to take the rap for a murder.
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  9. She was very much the Sue Parker prototype from Neighbours - both recurring teenage bitch characters in the early years of their respective shows. Interestingly Neighbours brought back the character of Sue a few years ago for a couple of guest stints, played by the original actress too. Unfortunately TPTB at H&A have zero respect for legacy characters or the history of the show, and haven't since around 2008. Along with being Vinnie's cousin, I think Alison's aunty was also Sally's first primary school teacher. Has this been confirmed?
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