So Colby is essentially cuffed and escorted to the police car and still maintains his immense ego.
Colby said to Angelo, “You have nothing to do with me.”
“It’s going on,” Dean says.
All is up in arms, but no one is more furious than Jasmine, whose intentions have been set aside to use Colby’s semen.
Okay, I think Bella’s always in trouble.
The interview continues with Angelo and Colby.
“I don’t have much to say about it,” Colby says.
Uh, he doesn’t say anything.
As Colby’s montage rolls, the sad song plays.
His mug shot is taken, his police belt is taken off, and Bella cries uncontrollably, and says, “You promised everything was going to be OK” repeatedly. We’re supposed to feel sorry for the cold blood murderer.
Nik is calling his mother. It’s New Zealand off the cards. This is a compleat travesty.
Colby is locked away in his cell, and Bella’s badgers are going to rat him out.
I think Taylor is the one who came forwards with the facts, but Dean, Ziggy, Willow and Nikau may have been a variety of individuals, and speaking of Nik, Bella tells Dean and Mac that Nikau knows something, and it doesn’t go down well.
Colby is eager to blame Taylor, too.
“Oh, maybe that’s what you deserve,” Taylor says, staring at him in the cage.
Colby has no bail, which he considers to be a “death sentence.”
Without Colby, they’re all going home to discover that the house is a compleat dump from the police search. I wonder if Bell ‘s letter to Irene was found slipping behind her bed when she came home from a horse camp?
Jas may find a way to have a baby with Irene as she reiterates what a “nice guy” Colby is in the event that the whole thing is just a misunderstanding and she can get back to making babies.
“Love, unless he has a valid excuse, Angelo is not going to arrest anybody,” says Irene.
Irene knows everything I suspect. When Luke Jacobz aka Angelo first took part in the show, she was around, but no aspects of their relationship were exposed … unless you were watching what I wasn’t 10 years ago.
In the meantime, Dean is freaking out because he feels that because he buried Ross’ dead body, the cops are coming for him next.
Willow is trying to get Ziggy on board to give Dean some emotional support. Yet she’s moved on, and she doesn’t want anything to do with him.
But not if there’s anything to do with Willow.
Willow says, “If you don’t, I guarantee he’s going to sacrifice himself and we’re going to lose him.”
Ziggy goes over, facing the risk of Dean going to goal, and tells Dean not to do anything stupid. This is a robust reference.
“The possibility of you going to goal …” Ziggy goes off because she hasn’t even spoken of Dean since several years ago. Besides the constant, permanent reminder on her back.
In goal, cops are a “free game” and Colby will need the help of a seasoned prisoner, Dean.
“My life was over the day I met you,” Dean says. It’s a very bad delivery, a very deadly one, but until the morning, Ziggy mulls her emotions.
“There’s no way back for us if you go to prison,” says Ziggy.
The possibility of getting back together, which is news to me, just sounds like she’s coming around. But then she proceeds to crush any glimmer of hope that Dean has, and again he’s all alone with no girlfriend, no best friend, and no son to start with who may not even have been his son.
“There’s still no going back for us,” Ziggy says to Dean.
Without some of Justin’s negative cancer attitude that weighs down my mood, I’ve had a lovely week.
With Budget McDreamy, Tori is excited for her hot date, but due to a medical emergency, she calls for a cancellation at the last minute.
They run into each other the next day.
It’s another interesting outfit. A motorcycle jacket that had just been up all night with a motorcycle accident.
They gave up this mad fighting thing anyway, and they began acting like adults. At about 7 p.m., Tori sends Leah and Justin off to bed so that they can finally get it on, until Gracie starts crying and spoils his mood, and Budget McDreamy’s gone after a major change at work when Tori comes back.
No sex, however, for Tori.
I am so sick of Justin’s immaturity towards everything, but especially Tori’s love life. But he surprises me, and he gives Tori some kind of pep talk, and he just says that men are simple people, and they want to wake up.
But Budget McDreamy doesn’t wake up, so they’ve got a cuddle instead.
The next morning, Justin “takes one for the team,” but he’s not going to avoid going about the amount of time he went to, so that his sister could have sex with him.In the case of Merimbula, Alf rejects Martha, which is so ridiculous that I will skip over it.
This is his third appearance or reappearance, so my patience with this guy is really thin.
Luckily, Alf is giving him his third degree.
Alf says to Owen, “I need to know how worried I need to be about my daughter.”
What did you do for her? He wants to see Roo, but she’s going down and instead he’s going to enlist Ryder for a few hours to distract Owen Daddo.
Roo tells Maz that Owen didn’t do something wrong, and that she was the one who did “something bad.”
When Roo came back from her journey to the sunset, I definitely accused him of being the crumb of the Earth, but regardless of that, he’s still a bit of a spineless flake.
And talking about the spines, Justin comes back from another clinic in a taxi and looks very rough.
The end of it is close.