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Rebecca Denton, Online Exec | 21:15 UK time, Thursday, 15 March 2012


Allison's Letter





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  • Comment number 1.

    another letter, well well....*reads*

  • Comment number 2.


  • Comment number 3.

    Doubt very much I will be first. 3 days out on a work thing and come back to find billions more clips and comments!

  • Comment number 4.

    I liked a lot Allison i hope that we will have some more of her next season.

  • Comment number 5.

    cant get the first page to go big :(

  • Comment number 6.

    Argh @0positiv lol

    Have you managed to read it. Allison doesnt seem close to her parents!

    Grrr red box! Go away and let me speak. Stop stifling us.

    N x

  • Comment number 7.

    ooh, 2 blogs in 1 day, we ARE spoilt, ok, reading time now...

    Ill just post what i just put on the other blog:

    ok, im so excited about sunday's ep that im watching the 'next time' on loop, trying to squeeze every drop of info out of it, and in the bit where Cutler is talking to Tom in his office, Tom is holding some cue-cards, don't know what they could mean but i thought that was really sweet that he had actually learnt something from Allison :)

    @Manc congratulations on meeting Damien, actually green with envy right now, and he thanked you for a card on twitter! I cant wait to the Q&A on sunday, poor Damien wont know what's hit him :/

    ok, now back to my 40 second Groundhog Day...


  • Comment number 8.

    Ahh! :( poor Allison. Well now we know how she was scratched. On Duke of Edinburgh. I was wondering where our letter was for this week. And here it is!

  • Comment number 9.

    6-@Nikki :P

    Haha your taste in books, or lack of it made me laugh XD

    5-@mrsbarrowboy you can rightclick on the picture and there should be an option like "copy picture URL" with that you can copy the url into an new tab/window.

  • Comment number 10.

    Awwww Allison!! The last bit about their feelings of loss being evolutionary baggage :(

  • Comment number 11.

    @Manc thanks for the radio link. Now listening to it!

  • Comment number 12.

    @opositiv. thanks, I've read it now, just zoomed in my whole internet page.

    I love her use of venn diagrams!

  • Comment number 13.

    :'( poor Allison, do you think she did go home to her parents when Tom told her to go or is she living somewhere else on her own?...


  • Comment number 14.

    ... And see, as soon as I finally get a chance to post something, a new blog! Love new content but now have to say it again!

    Hi new bloggers! This is such a great place. Came on board here between S3 and 4, on the Longest Thread Ever. I live in the US so am mainly around during night shift, but have been kinda tied up the past few weeks.

    BH attracts such cool and interesting fans. I've loved watching you all join up and hop in. x

  • Comment number 15.

    I have already compiled a folder with color coded sections covering every eventuality, including: first aid, fake references, emercency numbers including the coast guard, housing benefit and carbon monoxide poisoning in poorly ventilated flats. She's veeeery organized, it's color doded and everything ;), she even thought of CO-poisoning...wonder what she'd need the coast guard for though ^^

  • Comment number 16.

    Allison is so terribly proper but how sad to have to write to her parents in such a distant way.... Awwww. *sniff* Clearly not a close bond!

  • Comment number 17.

    Truely life changing school trip

  • Comment number 18.

    the coast guard - the real 4th emergency service

  • Comment number 19.

    Lol at the thought of Allison's mum hunting around her room for her diary

    @16 - That's what I thought :(

    BTW lucky you @mancvamp meeting Damien, I wouldn't have the confidence to go & wait for him outside the stagedoor

  • Comment number 20.

    Awww i feel spoilt :) I love the letters. i am a bookworm * lies on the floor and wriggles awkwardly* :P Off for a bedtime read and then to sleep :) oh why must we have new blog posts as i'm desperatley trying to unglue my hands from the mouse :P the DofE thing sounds positively terrifying... may never sleep in a tent again :s

  • Comment number 21.


    as Pete the journalist's interview with Cutler: vamps and other visible supernaturals may benefit from a protective network of spouses, parents, children and friends

    Personnally , I imagine very well that some families with the financial leeway, hiding WWs because there is an economical cost and poor peeps cannot afford detached houses, big cellars or well padded soundproof attics;
    WWs are dangerous once a month and can plan the change
    pretending a sudden agoraphobia, they live at home, those of can do homework, as working at home and once a month, cellar or cell and voila
    a lonely life if the change happened whrn you were single, but if you are married or w/partner, a loving spouse, loving kids will shelter you from danger
    like Leo.

    vamps are a lot less managable because of the blood hunger
    but again as long as the vamp still has live relatives with whom he bonded before the change... though regus spoke of thinning the herd
    yet kept an eye on his descendents

    if said family meant strictly nothing, you woudnot bother would you

  • Comment number 22.

    @Manc. Thanks again for the radio link. Its so bizzare to hear Damien with an Irish accent as opposed to his 'Posh' accent. It was a brill interview. Sounds like Damien is keen for a Series 5 too!

    Right Im off to bed. Night all!

  • Comment number 23.

    14 Fleeem! Hahaha!x Running after you and catching up tooo! Replied on last Blog! linkie to your fanfic pleeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaseeeeee xxx

    *sigh* I wish Ewan was here to do a transcript :( Can't read it properly....

    Saw Inch on last blog! Yay! Was scary but fun!

    But just want to say what a remarkable job Lord Toby has done with S4 IMO - I want to know sooo many things about Hal, other peeps want to know about Cutler... I want to know about Annie, and Eve, and FW and... Tom - the bomb...arghggh!

  • Comment number 24.

    Should I do a transcript? Or if somebody else wants to....

    Allison writing about how she became a WW: Her parents must think she got raped or something Oo

  • Comment number 25.

    14. Fleem. Hellooo :) nice to meet you.

  • Comment number 26.

    @allison letter

    clinical, even surgical
    cutting through layers after layers of feelings and bonds

    starting with the usual wall between generation
    it is me against you two
    venting out anger at mother reading her diary

    possibly Allison is very bright and mom in awe of smart daughter, trying to find a way to show she cares, trying to understand her duckling daughter in a house of chickens

    parents have financial worries: she understands and helps; parenys have arguments together, kids hate that, parents are tooo different from her, and the baby has grown, look I have all plnned, be proud dad and mom, I can fly alone and finally the real amputation

    pretend, it is rationnal, pretend it is not heart breaking,

    poor allison
    poor parents

    hoping she comes back to them
    hoping they will give her the safety net she deserves

  • Comment number 27.

    I'm just reposting from the previous blog:

    Good evening all!

    @SEA -thanks for the Gatiss interview link. I'm so excited about these last two episodes I may need a Tena Lady.

    @AUNTY MANC -you met DM! How exciting. I'd definitely never be brave enough to go round to the stage door. So three cheers and some bubbly for our intrepid spy. Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray! Hip hip hooray!

    Welcome to the blog woomewithtulips, Tenbatsu and all the newbies.

    @ EdwardGeorge - thanks for reporting Catherine's post. Hopefully she'll be back posting soon and we can give her a friendlier welcome.

    Re Allison - I loved her. The way Ellie played her was just so endearing.

  • Comment number 28.

    Quite a sad letter and I love the way its written in pencil...sorta thing we used to do in infants and junior school before we moved on to biros. Bet she writes very thoughtfully... though she does blurb before she thinks sometimes!

    Off topic - apparently there was some sort of planetary alignment stuff going on the night before last so I wonder if that bovvered the wolves out there a bit.

    Looking forward to Sundays episode. Love a bit of flashback. Wonder how they will tie all of the different things together. Thats what I thought was missing from elements of the first two episodes - a bit or narrative thread - as there are a lot of plot points to get in. Now we are at more of a end phase its all knitting up quite nicely. Had enough of the knitting metaphor... quite right too!

    Wonder what the teaser will be for season 5....

    Read the 101 spoiler conversation. I was a bit scared to be frank Id done something inappropriate at some point, so an etiquette guide seems a good idea.

    Im pretty new to blogging and it is easy to put things on in excitement etc. Will make note to be careful.

  • Comment number 29.

    Hellooo! Hello Fleem and Saint and Manc and lozzie and all the rest of you. Just wanted to say - I KNEW it! I KNEW she'd been scratched on a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme trip! Aw... poor Allison, this letter does not fill me with hope for a happy family reunion. Can't help feeling she'd have been better off with Tom. All those forging skills might have proved very ... supportive.

    REALLY want to see her back in S5, with Tom. They go together so beautifully, they are both exactly what the other one needs (though Tom seems to think the killing-vamps-thing that he taught her was a bad-thing in the end, I'm not so sure). Could Allison get her Uni place at Aberystwyth? I've heard that's a very good uni, and surely near lots of wild places, perfect for WW transformations. She could just pootle on down to Barry at the weekends to spend time with Tom.

    Oh, it's probably just wishful thinking. *sigh*

  • Comment number 30.

    24. i was thinking that, in the newspaper it said Allison's parents made 'an emotional plea for the safe return of their daughter' as if she had been kidnapped or something, which i thought odd because she left a letter, but reading this letter especially the "something happened to me over the holiday", you would be very worried if you were her parents.

  • Comment number 31.

    I love these letters. Poor Allison! Hopefully her relationship with her parents will improve if she goes home.

    20 LOL Catrin. I did DofE and the worst thing that ever happened was that a flock of sheep went stampeding through the campsite - now I'm just thanking my lucky stars I wasn't mauled by a WW!

  • Comment number 32.

    Dear Mum and Dad,

    There is no easy way to say this, so I am going to be blunt. I am leaving home.

    This decision makes sense for a lot of reasons:

    Firstly, financial: the reduces cost of one less person in the house will significantly reduce monthly bills, as you have mentioned a couple of tomes during arguments. You may have said this in the heat of the moment, but in the cold light of day I cannot fault your logic.

    Secondly, character compatibility issues: if our shared interests were venn diagrams, there would be very little overlap between the three of us. Obviously, between you two there is quite a bit of overlap, in your taste in books, or lack of it your choice of so called “newspaper”. However, if we take “Mum and Dad” as one venn circle and me as another, there is little in common.

    excuse any typos...

  • Comment number 33.

    That has to be the saddest thing I have ever read here.

    The writers have sucsessfully portrayed the thoughts of a highly logical very intelligent mind.

    Still got to love Allison though I so hope we get to meet her again. Tom would love it.

  • Comment number 34.

    @31. I'm doing a DofE expedition in a few months :/ We're going to climb a hill called 'Brown Willy'. *giggles* Hopefully there won't be any werewolves about!

  • Comment number 35.

    Transript, cont.:
    Thirdly, I am extremely practical and independent: most girls of my age would not have the first idea of how to go about forging the necessary paperwork needed in order to set up a ne life without a visible parent or guardian. I have already compiled a folder with colour coded sections covering every eventuality, including: first aid, fake references, emergency numbers including the costguard, housing benefits and carbon monoxide poisoning in poorly ventilated flats.

    Fourthly, privacy: mum, there are only so many times that you can “stumble” across my diary. No matter how thoroughly I’ve hidden it. I have had to create a polyalphabetic cipher merely to protect my private thoughts. This is a step I should not have had to go to. Although in some ways I suppose have you to thank for my continuing interest in cryptography.

  • Comment number 36.

    @Megan2345 Is that Bodmin moor?

  • Comment number 37.

    Just saw the Mark Gattis interview with the picture of him as Mr Snow. I have to say love that sneer, gosh Sunday is going to be so good.

  • Comment number 38.

    @36. Yepp. So we might end up having a werewolf and the 'Beast of Bodmin Moor' to contend with as well......let's hope we're not camping on a full moon!

  • Comment number 39.

    I know I’m in a minority but I’m really bored of Allison *scuttles to the blog corner to hide behind the comfy sofa*. But before I go...

    Episode 7 Plot Synopsis: Warning – no spoilers whatsoever!

    Hal and Norbert Cutler finally meet and it is revealed that... they both like a good singsong on the quiet. While on a massive karaoke bender with Cutler, Hal accidently drinks a dangerous blood/Kia Ora cocktail and starts trying to balance eggs on very shiny teaspoons while simultaneously playing the lute and slaughtering virgins. Alex isn’t a virgin so she gets away with just being looked at funny.

    As part of his masterplan, Cutler gets Tom to join in the karaoke while secretly filming him. Tom can’t hold a tune, and Cutler reveals to the world that... werewolves can’t sing.
    Annie gets shown around a supposedly future world by some bird calling herself Eve, but pays little attention as she just can’t get over “Eve”’s nasty yellow outfit.
    Mr Snow and the OOs arrive, turn out to be thoroughly nice chaps and set up a babysitting circle for Eve.

    There are no cliff-hangers at the end of this episode. Episode 8 is mainly about the practical details of building a swimming pool in a small back garden. No one dies.

    THE END - till series 5...

  • Comment number 40.

    I could very clearly "hear" Allison reading that out loud - it was definitely in line with her character.

    I never did DofE and it sounds like a good thing, firstly no werewolves and secondly no "Brown Willys" (@Megan2345).

  • Comment number 41.

    34 ROFL! We were near Penistone! I swear the ancients were having a laugh when they named some of these places in the UK. It reminds me of the Inbetweeners and their charity Rude Place Names of Britain Tour.

    Perhaps you should invest in some silver bullets Megan.

  • Comment number 42.

    39. Just fell of my chair laughing at that!


  • Comment number 43.

    @39 - LizzyT - Well you've ruined it for me now, no point me watching on Sunday!

    Only Joking, though I would like to see that episode :P

  • Comment number 44.

    Trascript cont., page 2:
    Fifhtly, something happened to me on my week away at the Duke of Edinburgh scheme. You’ve both remarked that I’ve been behaving differently since I got back. You no doubt blamed it on teenage hormonal imbalance. This is probably part of it, but by no means all. This may sound melodramatic and cryptic, but you’re just going to have to trust me on this one. I have gone through quite a change and you shouldn’t have to suffer because of it.

    In closing, I think that you will agree that I have made a very convincing argument for the benfits we all enjoy when I am no longer living under your roof. I am sure that you will initially feel some emotional stress at this new state of affairs. I trust that you will recognise these feelings of loss for what they are, namely evolutionary baggage that you no longer require.
    Your daughter

    *phew* that's it ^.^

  • Comment number 45.

    Okay having just read that interview I think Allisons parents need to start reading The Guardian.

    Lizzy T lol at the plot no spoilers. LT will be hiring you as a writer next.

  • Comment number 46.

    39 LOL! Perhaps Annie could also do her ventriloquism act to convince the Men With Sticks and Rope that she should be allowed to return to Barry - sort of a Purgatory's Got Talent thing. "Gottle og geer"

  • Comment number 47.


    while babysitting Eve, the OOS ewill watch

    to the last of the summer blood

    keeping up coffins

    missing heartbeat

    two feet in the grave

    only humans and dogs

  • Comment number 48.

    So sad to think there are only 10 days til the end of the series :'( but glad to hear that this blog continues afterwards :D

    The last blog I was involved with to this extent was 10 years ago when BTVS S5 was on and I was pregnant with my daughter. Some really good relationships developed between the bloggers, and when Amy was born I randomly and surprisingly received £80 Mothercae vouchers and some gifts at work from the bloggers. To this day I do not know how they found me!

    Once I'd had Amy RL really took over and I lost touch with them :( actually I only blogged at work, and I gave up work!

    It's nice to see that some bloggers on here have met up to go on set tours etc. I feel I'm past all that myself with two kids to take care of, but if I didn't have those commitments of RL (and if I were a few years younger) I'd definitely want to come along.

    I've rewatched Ep 6, yes again, and following someones comment about Alex earlier I now feel she is being a bit pushy, almost like she has an ulterior motive. Hal wasn't exactly encouraging her advances, both times she came into the cafe.

    Also, I do think Annie and Tom should shoulder most of the blame if he does fall off the wagon. He has told them time and time again that he needs to stay away from people, but they have just laughed at him. Annie seems to have forgotten all about Leo's list, Which is a bit rich from someone who loves lists as much as she does.

    Gosh I'm babbling. Still it's better than leaping ;)


    N x

  • Comment number 49.

    Lizzy T / Lord Toby...... is there something someone is not telling us.

  • Comment number 50.


    topo is here, hppy days are here again

    ah topo, I have been; we have been missing you A LOT MASSIVELY

    the blog is alive and kicking

    all is well that ends well

  • Comment number 51.

    39. and 47. ROFL. Going to bed laughing my head off. My hubby is now convinced that I am barking mad. Thanks for that. It's made my day :D

    N xx

  • Comment number 52.

    Good night Nikki!

  • Comment number 53.

    Night night Nikki - "barking" mad - you got something you'd like to tell us?

    @Saint (47) XD - especially Missing Heartbeat!

  • Comment number 54.

    Sea, if you're still about, I've obviously missed your post with link to Mr Snow's interview. I've skimmed through two blogs and can't see it. Do you have link handy? Would you mind posting it again? Cheers!

  • Comment number 55.

    @howlingblue (49) I think there's plenty that "the other LT" :D isn't telling any of us. Or me, at least, as I think is clear from the slim chance of any of my predictions actually happening (though I reckon I could be right about Alex!)

  • Comment number 56.


    Excellent plot. I would love to see that youtube video of karaoke.

    Maybe the OOs will offer to spruce up HH for Annie - keeping the beach scene, of course.

  • Comment number 57.

    Another great letter which you really believe was written by the character. Firstly, secondly etc, reminds of George's dad when he was practising winning Mrs Sands back!

  • Comment number 58.

    56-@Fiona The OO sprucing up a house? Goodness, you'd end up with a Hammer horror movie castel in the end, complete with bats and spiderwebs ;)

  • Comment number 59.

    48. Nikki thats a really good point about Alex. Wonder if thats a put up job.
    Or maybe Hal is trying to prove something to himself and Alex does have a quite lovely neck.

    I think the trouble really started after the episode when Cutler killed the Journalist (episode 5?). When Annie had the conversation with Hal about having enjoyed killing Kirby, Hal became very positive and seemed to think he could cope with ordinary life.

    He is so repressed and controlling I think he could never cope with real life. If it is so that the OO get status from acts rather than age then Lord Harry was not just famous for the ladies but totally out of control and enjoying it. I would say that Cutler was behind putting Alex in harms way. Apart from the fact he looks to not know Hal is in Barry.

  • Comment number 60.


    ooohhhh, inchie

    tonight the night

    so as midnight is going to strike ....

  • Comment number 61.

    @LizzyT: sooty, I just realised it was you and not Sea who put the Gatiss interview up on the last blog. Thanks a lot :D

    @Sasha - here's the Gatiss interview link as put up by LizzyT


  • Comment number 62.

    Lizzy T. Just to let on how much of a nut I am. I very briefly thought for a couple of seconds that your plot was real.. I was very excited about the Kia Ora and blood cocktail.

    I'll get me coat. :-P

  • Comment number 63.

    Hi Sasha - yep! I'm still here. Wanted to give a *big wave* to Topo and to Inch - hi girls! but Inch there is no way you'll get me to believe you wouldn't stage door the BH cast. Course you would.

    *whispers* although attributed to me, I didn't post the Mr Snow interview, Sasha - you know I don't read any BH stuff before an ep as I like it all to be new and shiny for me. Sorry!

  • Comment number 64.

    howlingblue (59) I like your theory of Cutler putting Alex in harms way. Looking back at when the coroner descibes Hal to Cutler (end of Ep 5) he looks (to me now anyway) like he takes a moment to try and link her description to a vamp he might know? - i'm probably way off on this though.

  • Comment number 65.

    39: Thanks Lizzy T that cheered me up no end! Laughed so loud my son banged on his floor in complaint.

  • Comment number 66.

    for Manc

    the first ever on the blog for real

    I call ......

    The Panda Dance !


  • Comment number 67.

    And another thing

    Am I the only one dying to see Hal fall off the wagon? Go on Hal. I'll give you a push if you like. I am soooo looking forward to him turning baaaadddddd. Can feel shivers up my neck just thinking about it.

  • Comment number 68.

    67-@sea_otter I'm all in favor of evil Hall, too. He's so eerie in that prequel with Fergus ^.^ *nomnom*

  • Comment number 69.

    Your not alone @sea, bad Hal certainly has some appeal ;)

  • Comment number 70.

    Sea Otter 67 I think Hals fall of the wagon will be spectacular. It is inevitable he is vampire. the OOs will leave him no choice. But it might not happen this series.

  • Comment number 71.

    62. @howlingblue - nah, I value my blogging life too much to put up any spoilers!

    61/63. Sorry I would have reposted if I realised it was that one you meant! Or rather, yeah actually it was my post, can't believe you tried to credit sea_otter. And I probably wrote the article. And taught Mark Gatiss everything he knows. And yes, with the initials LT, there is something else I could tell you. And I used to have a shield... *is dragged back to the blog corner by men with sticks and ropes*

  • Comment number 72.

    it's not prequel...got my vocabulary mixed up XD it's flashback....oh man...maybe I should go to bed -.-

  • Comment number 73.

    aw Allison! I love her a little bit now, and her poor parents, in their position I would think she was raped or assaulted or joined a cult or something!

    She's like Matilda a little bit isn't she?!
    "Allison put down that book and come watch TV like a normal girl!"

  • Comment number 74.

    Yeah well - I know it'd be sad after 55 years and all that but kinda delicious too!

  • Comment number 75.

    Oh I didn't think it was a spoilery thing - I won't bother then. Cheers for that.

    Right time for bed folks. See you all in the morning. Sleep tight!

  • Comment number 76.

    night @sasha

  • Comment number 77.

    64 woomewithtulips. Very good point about Cutler with the coroner. The theory grows....

  • Comment number 78.


    I'm all for Hal falling off the wagon. I really want to see what he's like in the future. Scary Hal is sexier than shy, scared Hal

  • Comment number 79.

    60 Hi Saint - I love your sitcoms for vampires.

    Perhaps for our American friends we should have

    Fangs - six two hundred and twenty somethings live in New York and frequent the local cafe around the corner, Central Lurk, where they go for a quick bite and a drink.

    Happy Meals - follow Arthur Fangserelli and his young vampire friends as they hang out at the diner and wreak havoc through 60s America.

    The Fanged Prince of Bel-Air -

    Everybody Loves Red Blood Cells

    The Big Fang Theory

    How I Met Your Great-great Grandmother

    61 "sorry" not "sooty"

  • Comment number 80.

    67-70. I think drinking blood has got to be a game-changer for Hal, and I reckon it's 50/50 whether Alex escapes unscathed. But I really hope that before things get dangerous that Hal comes over all smooth and seductive (as in his 2nd succubus-induced dream, and as Tom says he would have been when drinking blood) because I think it will come across as dead cheesy and Alex will have a field-day of sarcasm. Before she gets got.

  • Comment number 81.

    I'm off to bed, cu everyone

  • Comment number 82.

    Oh dear I left the blog and 5 minutes later a new post was put up! See what people mean about trying to catch up, 40 something posts when I came over to the new blog now we're over 70!

    Awww, it's sad and funny in places
    The BH writers are sooo good!

    @LizzyT ROFHL!!! :D

    Yes I am another one who really really really wants to see bad Hal.
    Lush. :[

  • Comment number 83.

    ROFL! Fiona! I knew there was a reason for me wanting to see him fall!

    Sasha - I don't know that it has spoilers in it - it's just that I like the eps to be squeaky clean. I even get out my three types of upholstery cleaner beforehand, just to be on the safe side.

  • Comment number 84.

    Got distracted by Lizzy T's funny EP7 summary, but I meant to say: Hello blog!
    and lovely to see lots of newbies, although they may have all gone to bed now!

  • Comment number 85.

    @sasha @0positiv - g'night!

  • Comment number 86.

    Hal falling off the wagon. Hall falling. Hal on a wagon. Hal. Just. Hal.
    Yeah. I'm with you all on any of it.

  • Comment number 87.

    79. Oh dear, I just though "sooty" was some bloggers term I didn't understand and thought I'd better let it go! *blushes and feels more than a bit out of touch* - is this that there world wide interweb thingie then?

  • Comment number 88.

    80- don't think there'd be too much sarcasm from Alex about any cheesy lines, she seems quite keen on our Hal & who could blame her really.

  • Comment number 89.

    Night Sasha.

    Hi Sea! Moi storming the stage door? Never! I'm more likely to be hiding in a bush with binoculars and a thermos flask or sitting on a bench near the theatre wearing a false 'tache and hiding behind a newspaper with eyeholes. Once a private eye, always a private eye.

  • Comment number 90.

    Can I ask what are peoples opinions about why werewolves and vampires hate each other. Is it because they are competing for the same food? I know in lots of literature and dramas on television this is the case. Just wondering.

  • Comment number 91.

    79 - PAHAAhahaaa hehee! XD brilliant! especially love "Central Lurk" and the "Fanged Prince of Bel Air"
    "Well this is a story, all about how, my life got flipped turned upside down" suddenly becomes a lot more sinister!

  • Comment number 92.

    @woomewithtulips (88): Well, she's clearly keen, but on the other hand she has told him to his face that he seems mental, and asked Tom if he was on day release! Maybe he'll tell her she's got a really "bad" look going on there!

  • Comment number 93.

    Oh dear Rebecca. He is rather dishy even in his ocd repressed ways. That scene with the maid in times past (*blushes*). Sigh

  • Comment number 94.

    67. i really want to see Bad Hal but at the same time i don't want to loose happy, singing, sweet, OCD Hal and if he did go completely bad then i can only see him going one of two ways: down the Mitchell path *sobs*, or becoming the new series Big Bad.
    Its so strange how i was content not to know the real Mitchell for almost two whole series, and to let him stay on the wagon(ish) but with Hal i just want to drag him off and see what happens. Its probably because the scene where Mitchell stabs Stephen the coroner and the BTM scene are some of my favorites and i want to see it again.

    did i really just say that i loved seeing 21 innocent people get slaughtered? I need help *quietly retreats to another dark corner of the blog (how many corners does this room have?) and sits rocking in my own warped mind*


  • Comment number 95.

    Hello Rebecca! *waving* :D

    Are we still able to get questions in early for DM?

  • Comment number 96.


    for the undead who still dream to make it on telly, yes a forlorn hope but at least the can try on theatre and keep the audience for munchies
    Fangs got talent presented by Drak and Ulla
    vampires prove their ability to sing, Sorry Hal,; to dance Sorry Mitchell etc

    Question Times
    where the audience can debate about burning issues like the Plague, the Great Fire of London and America does exist: truth or Hoax>

    Embarassing bodies (and teeth, and skin and smell and ...)

    Time team (yes Tim, I used to live here when I was a Saxon...)

    And the new Planning your retirement: should vampires invest in a pension fund or is your money drained and do you need to have a heart to heart discussion with your money sucking banker.

  • Comment number 97.

    87 LoL! We even have a secret handshake and everything!

  • Comment number 98.

    @Inch - if only I didn't believe you...

  • Comment number 99.

    It is weird how persistant Alex has been. I don't think she's Cutler's plant or anything Because Cutler does look genuinely suprised to see Hal, in the clip. But to get the reactions she does from Hal, including being abandoned in a museum, she must be very very keen.

  • Comment number 100.

    94: @Shoepigeon. I like those episodes too! But I particularly love the part where Mitchell comes to rescue George, Nina and Annie.


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