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Published January 14th 2013
Lucky Lennart is the highlight of this episode
Roger realises the gravity of his actions yet holds the vision.
Roger is now feeling the full heat of a blast of his own making. Just when you think his naivety is going to literally be the death of him, he does seem to, almost, begin to take a closer look at his surroundings and his associations.
Having lived with his wife's lover, Rick, Roger knows HUBOT routine and smells a rather perfumed rat.
Bea is skating on thin ice as she lives parasitically off of Roger. She later checks in with the liberated HUBOT tribe and reports on the nature of her relationship with Roger. Niska's controlling ways rear their ugly head again as Bea maintains her own control of possible HUBOT feelings for Roger.
Bea has many sides to her and this shot is rather clever cinematography.
Tobbe takes centre stage this episode as he has information about both Anita and Kevin that weighs heavily on him as he struggles with his emotional attachment to her, well, his HUBOT. His mother's involvement as a lawyer to a man who has been both liberated and liberator from a young age, is challenged by the establishment and Inger finally finds the case worth fighting for.
Leo is clinging to 'life' but I don't like his chances.
Therese and Rick were going well with the 'good in bed' upgrade until it causes cracks to show in their relationship. It is concerning when becoming more human means you are becoming a bad boyfriend.
The absolute delight of this week's episode is, without a doubt, the budding relationship between Lennart and his lovely date from his art class. Lennart is clearly smitten but I have my suspicions about the authenticity of the strong advances.
Lennart is saved once again by Vera as he faceplants doing the walk of shame after his really huge date went better than expected.
Another great episode with a slightly softer pace compared with other weeks. Thank you SBS On Demand for bringing all episodes to Australia to make Saturday night viewing worth waiting for.