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re: EastEnders
« Reply #23 on: Apr 03, 2006, 15:18 »
I don't know Worzel Gummidge  :cry:
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Re: re: EastEnders
« Reply #25 on: Apr 03, 2006, 17:29 »
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I don't know Worzel Gummidge ?:cry:

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re: EastEnders
« Reply #26 on: Apr 03, 2006, 18:06 »
Aha cheers, pumpkin, I still don't think I know the series but I know more now.

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« Reply #27 on: Apr 12, 2006, 09:55 »
Just watched the episode from last night. From having been almost Tarantino-ish in Essex it's now gone slightly Macbeth with Jake. Good to see Ruby react like that. I reckon it won't be long before Jake will leave the Square altogether... He'll not get much sleep in the coming episodes, I reckon... Is this a Dagger which I see before me ?

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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #28 on: Apr 18, 2006, 22:59 »
I have a sneaky feeling Grunt and Jane will have an affair soon  :|
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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #30 on: Apr 28, 2006, 23:24 »
Grant gets her pregnant  8)

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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #31 on: Apr 28, 2006, 23:44 »
It's all in the mind. It's only a story. Does it really matter?
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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #32 on: Apr 29, 2006, 07:29 »
Well, she can always go to Yolande and get a Morning After Pill? :lol:

I find it a bit weary that the handsome Doctor Oliver is dating lil' Mo, what's that all about, like ?

And I'm getting frightfully annoyed everytime that Honey lass opens her mouth. It annoyes me so much that the writers have written in a character this stupid. And in my eyes the actress is not even that convincing as a stupid lass either. I hope she leaves soon.
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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #33 on: Apr 29, 2006, 08:02 »
It's all in the mind. It's only a story. Does it really matter?

It does to us  :lol: :lol:
Its like reading a goo novel and trying to second guess the ending without peeking at the back page  8)
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« Reply #34 on: Apr 29, 2006, 08:03 »
I agree Alex, have you noticed how soppy they have made the doctor too, the character has such potential yet they have him the kind of guy who sews his name in his socks  :shock:

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Re: EastEnders
« Reply #35 from previous page: Apr 29, 2006, 08:27 »
Yes, that was a bit too much for me, too that. Maybe he still lives with his mam and the time he was locked out of his flat all naked with just a Bazza style towel 'round his private practice, maybe his old mam was inside watching Coronation Street and couldn't hear him heehee I reckon they're building up to something as he can't stay this soppy for long without too many of us beginning to think he's a bit too much of a good thing. Now that Sonia and Naomi have teamed up I'd like to see the good Doc have a go with that luvly Bradley lad as well heehee That could be interesting that and Jim would have another cow? :lol: But then again there's already been a pink Doc on the Square so that'll prob not happen again in the next decade or so.

By the way, is it true that the lass who played Lisa is planning a return to the Square ?

And now we're at it, pumpkin, I don't like how they have written that Bert fella. It's good to have a Northerner on the soap and I quite liked Kate when she was on, too, but this Bert character is so out of character of anyone I've ever met in the NE. They should write him out soon as well if I had anything to say about it. Ha, maybe they could give him the Bert Flu? :lol:

Oh, and does anyone know where I can download the EastEnders theme onto my mobile and use it as a ringtone ? Most of my mates hate the show with a passion and have a laugh at me for being this much into it and it would be such a laugh if I could find the theme tune as a ringtone and see the look on their faces just once hahaha Beers will deff be on me that night, that's for sure.

See, sir Lancelot, we know it's not real but it's entertaining and though the storylines and characters sometimes get a bit out of hand we quite like watching it. We don't take it that serious, it's just fun and a nice 30 mins break from things four times a week.
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