Yes, see, the thing was! *bashes Andrew* The first fight in the gym was when Roman asked if Andrew wanted to do his choreography from now on so they could spend more time together, and he was so glowy and innocently happy at the prospect that I just want to hit Andrew for immediately freaking out and going "aha, I knew it! You only wanted a free choreography out of this, you little slut!" Grrr. Roman was stunned and tried to convince him otherwise, but he was all "yeah yeah, I don't believe you. And to think I'd thought you were special." Ass.
Then they made up in the pool, but I was Not Happy with that, as it was essentially just Andrew going, "oh c'mon now, don't sulk", when the way he'd been acting had been really shitty. And Roman forgave him way too easily, as he does.
And the London thing. Andrew was being really controlling and basically assuming Roman was going to be his little kept boy. He'd arranged a flat and was telling Roman about what he'd be doing and who his friends were going to be and he had his career all sorted out. And then Roman started to say that he wanted to make it on his own and not be helped along by his boyfriend and that he thought he had to pursue his career in Germany, and Andrew was being very dismissive and basically saying he didn't think Roman could make it. Pissed me off.
So in the end Roman decided not to come with, but of course he's the one who ends up standing around looking woobie and heart-broken :(
Don't get me wrong, I love that Roman got some action and all, and that it was with someone who wasn't a giant pile of neuroses, but I really didn't like how Andrew was treating him. He acted like Roman was his pretty little toy instead of ever listening to him or supporting him or taking him seriously. Not cool.
However, the underwater kiss scene remains GORGEOUS, eeee.
We need to buy Roman a ticket to Düsseldorf so badly, lol!