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I think the Angelo storyline is going well, and I'm really feeling for him to be honest -

After all, he was accused of murder but evidence was inconclusional ;

yet now that Irene is accused of murder, everyone's rallying around her to defend her, and tell Angelo he's a liar for trying to frame her etc etc etc.

Yes, I know Angelo was at the scene of Jack's murder, so it's different scenario, but still I find their actions just a tad hypocritical.

At first, I thought, 'oh you fool' when he was consistently going to the diner / surf club, but, with that said, Summer Bay is supposed to be a tiny town, so I suppose they're the only places to go for him..

I felt for him, really did, when he went to release Belle, only to find her already being freed.

I know people will say that he shouldn't have acted that way, and they hate him for it, etc, but I'm sure Jack fans will remember when Jack lost the plot with Roman over a van [that Roman hadn't even parked] and slapped the handcuffs on him; same action, same reason - deep running dislike, etc. So ... lay off Angelo a bit with that :P

Bring on the Angelo storyline; I'm looking forward to it.

[and yes agreed, his outfit is cool; he let me wear the hat for a photo, i was all [aghimwearinghishat!] xD]

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What is Angelo's problem? The way he is treating every one especially Hugo and Jai. Maybe Hugo could feed Angelo to the sharks.

possibly the way he's being treated by everyone else :o

after all, he's in Summer Bay on orders, and that was probably the last place in the world that he wanted to go, but he can't do anything about it.

so, he's there against will, under strain because everyone thinks he's a murderer, forced to arrest one of the bays favourite residents, gets slapped by his ex-gf in front of the other police officers, and has to do something about it because otherwise they'd have jokes about what a pussy he was not to, and how he was showing favouritism because she was his ex, but if someone else slapped him, they'd be arrested for abuse to officers - and that could spiral off into a huge 'corrupt police force' story, even though it was something so simple -

but in this case he's just turned more people against him ....

under all that, i think i'd be falling into the 'bad guy killer' reptuation that everyone clearly wants him to act like, and snapping at people too :o

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I know, it's a classic example of the pack mentality in this town.They just all turn on someone en masse.It's happened to him time and time again.No-one cared that Belle cheated on him, they all just rallied round her and bought her chocolates while she sat in her room acting like she was the victim. Then everyone, from the police downward, decided he beat her up purely on Aden's say-so.And now they've all just decided he's a cold-blooded killer who's going to rot in hell.Sorry to keep bringing this up because I know I sound obsessed but Aden takes two of their friends hostage and tries to murder a man and they roll out the welcome mat for him when he comes back and buy him celebratory drinks when he gets away with it.Angelo shoots someone by accident, shows genuine remorse and, however belatedly, turns himself in and when he comes back they all look like they want to string him up.He's probably one of the most mistreated characters in the show's history.

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I'm not sure I'm ever going to come to like Angelo. Not in the near future anyway. But I'm certainly coming to enjoy his part in the ongoing storyline. His character has a little more depth than some others and it's going to be really enthralling to watch how he comes to terms with the consequences of his own mistakes and personality flaws. Flawed characters are always so much more dramatically interesting than those who are so straight forward as to be almost cliches.

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I know, it's a classic example of the pack mentality in this town.They just all turn on someone en masse.It's happened to him time and time again.No-one cared that Belle cheated on him, they all just rallied round her and bought her chocolates while she sat in her room acting like she was the victim. Then everyone, from the police downward, decided he beat her up purely on Aden's say-so.And now they've all just decided he's a cold-blooded killer who's going to rot in hell.Sorry to keep bringing this up because I know I sound obsessed but Aden takes two of their friends hostage and tries to murder a man and they roll out the welcome mat for him when he comes back and buy him celebratory drinks when he gets away with it.Angelo shoots someone by accident, shows genuine remorse and, however belatedly, turns himself in and when he comes back they all look like they want to string him up.He's probably one of the most mistreated characters in the show's history.

Great post - all so true!

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Oh dear God, why must my husband sit and watch Home & Away with me... He hates it, but sits with me and tells me how he prefers Hugo... and I have to stick up for poor HOT Angelo..

Oh husband.. some alone time with Angelo would be lovely!! :wub:

:lol: Brilliant! Reminds me of me!

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