Tonight’s episode makes something distracting for producers and rubs salt on the wounds of our group because they can’t travel abroad.
Suddenly, Tori throws an engagement ring on the Christian’s face, calls for a wedding, and ends it, and Justin punches Stephen’s head twice instead of once.
There’s a lot to get done, so I’ll go here without doing any more.
Rachel, a girl in a skydiving accident, invites a Christian, also known as Budget McDreamy (BM), to coffee and, as Tori says, “rendezvous at a vending machine.”
Jas just shakes his head, confused by BD and his simplicity.
This is the man who postponed the wedding to the bird indefinitely to find a higher purpose in life, and despite her recovery at the expense of losing the love of his life, the purpose is Rachel. He thinks it is to see.
Rachel seems wise to the drama she’s causing anyway, so she plays shy and says she wants to “do not cause much of a problem.”
BM then assures Jas, who monitors him and reports to Tori, that he has “nothing to worry about.”
“It’s not your job to maintain her company,” says Jasmine.
“There is nothing really disadvantageous,” BM replies.
At that moment, Rachel appears to be suffering from a panic attack and can scream into the ward and be discouraged by BM.
Seeing her distressed condition trapped in the hospital for weeks, BM quickly tracks a one-day pass from the hospital and goes to the beach with Rachel.
Rachel reaches for BM and says the fresh air and the company are “quite great.”
Keep an eye on the birds for the first time in a long time. Sadly, she works with her brother as a babysitter when she receives a call from Jas on the news that Rachel is on a one-day pass from the hospital with her fiancé.
Well, this is a summer cove, so it unfolds in front of the birds.
Only then will BM dawn that his relationship is at stake and they need to “speak.”
But not before Rachel was taken back to the hospital, Rachel commented that she “looks exhausted.” Shouldn’t he have taken her to a play date on the beach right after she fell from the sky and broke her neck?
“I don’t even know why you put up with jerk,” Justin says, referring to BM.
It’s no wonder that BM stands up very late in the meeting with Tori.
They speak, and it’s clear that BM has no idea when he will end the crisis for middle-aged and older.
“How long do you think I’ll wait?” Says Tori.
Well, the bird makes a decision for him. She removes her engagement ring and says, “Wedding is off,” and a storm blows.
Naturally, BM wants comfort at Rachel’s bedside.
While this is happening, Jig is explicitly instructed by Justin to do only car work and not to go near garage inventory or accounts. However, delivery from internet pharmacies is getting her attention.
She opened it and was shocked to see a lot of painkillers.
The jig hides them in the car and immediately speaks to Leah, who arrived in the garage shortly before Justin.
Justin understands what’s going on, yells out when his request to check the contents of the boots is denied, and runs away in a hurry.
“You ordered the medicine from the internet,” Lear asks for an answer.
Stephen on the Internet heard the turmoil and intervened, telling Justin to “withdraw.”
Before Stephen tells Justin to “go away,” men get up in each other’s personal space and really stare at each other, as people on television tend to do.
Stephen succeeded in teasing his way in a very convenient position where he became essential to Leah.
Stephen offers to look for the missing Justin, and when he suddenly jumps out from behind, he looks for Justin and heads for the bush.
“I saw you with her,” Justin blames Stephen before throwing the right hook at his face.
Relatively, everything else happens isn’t that juicy.
Nikau’s efforts to take self-portraits of giveaways from clients have paid off, and he has been offered a three-month contract for “lifetime opportunities” in Japan.
“Major Japanese clients see your socialization and want you and Allegra to sign a three-month contract,” says Siena.
“That’s great,” says Nik.
Sure, the mere idea of travel is “great,” but there is a big “but.”
Siena has the ambition to ruin everyone’s life at the same time, doing so just to get Nick out of her girlfriend Bella.
Accepting the offer only serves Siena’s benefits, especially as she has just played the Big Boss card and does not release Nick from the model deal. That is, Bella cannot use his photo, which is only her entire work.
“Unfortunately, none of these will be available,” says Siena, ironically, in her only tone.
Bella’s show seems to continue.
Emmet comes up with the genius idea that they “pivot” the exhibition (not near the level of enthusiasm like Ross from a friend moving the couch).
Nick then uses his natural charm as a tip to negotiate with Siena.
“If I don’t release my photo for the Bella show, I won’t go,” he says.
Both methods work well for the producer. Sienna may accept the new terms and say goodbye to modeling and this storyline as they jump into Japan, also known as not on the show for a few weeks.
Dean also reported that Mack had disappeared to the police because he had “really bad feelings,” and Alf proved that the old dog could really learn new tricks.
In rare moments, Alf is really great and fully supports Martha’s decision to dominate her life.
“I listened, and I try to do better,” says Alf.
“If you want to show me how much you care about life with me, not for me.
So they are going to Merimbula together.
And you can see that the unmistakable Roo is grateful with an emphasis on the “c”.
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