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  • Message 19951

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    Posted by jannemieke (U9267858) on Friday, 28th December 2012


    Do we really think Max's secret wife will be getting pregnant? She looks like she's knocking 50 to me, no? Like a much rougher, botox-lipped version of my cousin, Nikki smiley - yikes and she'll be 50 next summer. 


    Perlease, not! Her lips are really ugly, no? I watched her when she was talking to Tanya who is so more natural and so more good looking. smiley - ok

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  • Message 19952

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Friday, 28th December 2012

    Secret Wife's lips distracted me a lot in her first appearance as her pouty lips seemed extremely asymmetric but yes, how long is it until Secret Wife ends up pregnant?

    Perhaps she and Denise will have a competition to get preggers!

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  • Message 19953

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    Posted by LoopyLobes (U14384399) on Friday, 28th December 2012

    The lips are the only difference between her and my nearly 50 year old cousin. Same figure, same eyes (mostly make-up obviously), same clothes, similar hair, but my cuz brushes hers smiley - biggrin

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  • Message 19954

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Friday, 28th December 2012

    The lips are the only difference between her and my nearly 50 year old cousin. Same figure, same eyes (mostly make-up obviously), same clothes, similar hair, but my cuz brushes hers smiley - biggrin  Tell her to get her roots done then! I'm surprised Pointless Poppy hasn't enlisted Bianca and Lola to chloroform her and sort that mess out.

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  • Message 19955

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    Posted by Maxibaby (U14151672) ** on Friday, 28th December 2012

    Those lips look like a storage depot for Botox - would serve half of London. If she has a serious fall-out with Lauren, it could be raspberry blowing at dawn, and all stand back to avoid the fall-out. smiley - biggrin

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  • Message 19956

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Friday, 28th December 2012

    Those lips look like a storage depot for Botox - would serve half of London. If she has a serious fall-out with Lauren, it could be raspberry blowing at dawn, and all stand back to avoid the fall-out. smiley - biggrin  Tsk, Maxibaby! Botox is used to paralyse facial muscles (generally the brow) to reduce wrinkles or to prevent sweating - pouty lips are achieved with injections of saline... Schoolboy error.

    Also, having read some of the descriptions of Secret Wife... she sounds like... uh, every other female in Walford. Except perhaps Half-Day Alice who is notable for her complete lack of anything approaching a personality and Pointless Poppy for her complete lack of anything approaching a brain.

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  • Message 19957

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    Posted by Iloveknitting (U15553177) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    Can someone please answer some mysteries I have over EE.......

    Where are all the children, ie Amy, Scarlett (Janines baby) Kamil etc?? Are there 'magic' childminding people on hand day and night?

    Why does no one mention Janine's disappearance? (Is she returning??)

    Where is Rickkaay? Why does he not pay towards his family?

    What does Alice actually do and why does she only work 1/2 days at a time?

    Why did Kat previously when asked by Alfie say she had fallen in love with her 'mystery lover' but then was suddenly disgusted by him and wanted to be free of her attachment??

    How can you be devastated by your wife (Kat) leaving you and then the next day say to her that he had 'moved on' with Roxy?? (Most puzzling??)

    Answers will be gratefully received!!

    Thank you

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  • Message 19958

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    Anyone any idea where Kat and Little Tommy are laying their heads at the moment. No sign of her with the dreary Alice at Derek's former abode, nor at the Vic - walking the streets? Home from home then.

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  • Message 19959

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    Posted by PaulHammond (U5000908) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    Secret Wife's lips distracted me a lot in her first appearance as her pouty lips seemed extremely asymmetric but yes, how long is it until Secret Wife ends up pregnant? 

    Hasn't she already been pregnant, off camera? I thought half the point of her turning up at all was to say that she'd had Max's baby but aborted it, because she somehow believed Derek when he'd told her that Max wanted nothing to do with her or her baby.

    Personally, I don't see Max's other wife hanging around much after Derek's funeral.

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  • Message 19960

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    Posted by NethLyn2 (U14722036) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    @iloveknitting

    "Why does no one mention Janine's disappearance? (Is she returning??)"

    Charlie Brooks went off to do I'm A Celebrity, there was no press announcement of her leaving the show so she'll definitely be back if she's not filming already.

    Can't remember whether Sid Owen/Rickaaaay's last exit was to do Strictly in 2011, story-wise can't remember where he went after getting kicked out.

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  • Message 19961

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    Posted by Penn (U10777282) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    I am finding the "baby Lola" storyline increasingly irritating. And Billy, what a complete and total waste of space. He is sitting there watching Phil run rings around everyone. I've noticed we don't see Phil changing nappies, feeding and bathing little Lola. Where is he making a living now? The garage doesn't seem to be open much of the time, I don't suppose the pub gives him a huge income.

    I wish they would change the storyline, it is just so unbelievable it's ridiculous.

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  • Message 19962

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    Posted by Hampton Owl (U12068729) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    I am finding the "baby Lola" storyline increasingly irritating. And Billy, what a complete and total waste of space. He is sitting there watching Phil run rings around everyone. I've noticed we don't see Phil changing nappies, feeding and bathing little Lola. Where is he making a living now? The garage doesn't seem to be open much of the time, I don't suppose the pub gives him a huge income.

    I wish they would change the storyline, it is just so unbelievable it's ridiculous. 
    No doubt Lexi will be in the one stop 24 hour, 7 days a week creche where all the Square children disappear to for about 5 years.Every need catered for.

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  • Message 19963

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    What court would give Phil Mitchell custody of a young baby - simply ridiculous.

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  • Message 19964

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    Posted by Straw_Donkey (U14516455) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    Can someone please answer some mysteries I have over EE.......

    Where are all the children, ie Amy, Scarlett (Janines baby) Kamil etc?? Are there 'magic' childminding people on hand day and night?

    Why does no one mention Janine's disappearance? (Is she returning??)

    Where is Rickkaay? Why does he not pay towards his family?

    What does Alice actually do and why does she only work 1/2 days at a time?

    Why did Kat previously when asked by Alfie say she had fallen in love with her 'mystery lover' but then was suddenly disgusted by him and wanted to be free of her attachment??

    How can you be devastated by your wife (Kat) leaving you and then the next day say to her that he had 'moved on' with Roxy?? (Most puzzling??)

    Answers will be gratefully received!!

    Thank you  
    I wouldn't be surprised if all of the children you mention are locked in a room writing the Eastender scripts for 2013.

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  • Message 19965

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    Posted by Tweeet (U15280056) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    Anyone any idea where Kat and Little Tommy are laying their heads at the moment. No sign of her with the dreary Alice at Derek's former abode, nor at the Vic - walking the streets? Home from home then.  The doorway of a local Ikea probably smiley - laugh

    I'm just wondering, what with all the half days Half Day Alice has had off, will she be able to get any more time off for her Dads funeral smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19966

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Saturday, 29th December 2012

    I am finding the "baby Lola" storyline increasingly irritating. 
    Yes, Walford's criminal overlord is given custody of a child that we've not even definitively established is his son's after openly confessing in court to being both an alcoholic AND a crack addict and are we supposed to believe that his numerous failed marriages (one of which went from the altar to the morgue in less than 30 minutes), his life of crime and the fact his own son got out of young offender's just long enough to murder 'Ev wouldn't be brought up by ZE SOCIAL?

    And Billy, what a complete and total waste of space. He is sitting there watching Phil run rings around everyone. 
    I love that Billy's "plan" turned out to be "accept everything Phil has said but ask for ONE unsupervised visit", there's a reason I've dubbed the character Billy Idiot.

    I've noticed we don't see Phil changing nappies, feeding and bathing little Lola. 
    I had previously assumed you'd merely muddled your words but it's little baby LEXI - Lola is the chavtastic teen mother, just waiting to get on an episode of Jeremy Kyle, Lexi is her progeny... but one can assume Phil is making use of the 24/7 boarding crèche - don't worry, they'll even take kids at Christmas AND New Years! He has seemed quite mother hen clucking but I'm pretty sure he'd draw the line at changing Lexi which makes you wonder why he'd engineer a situation where he has custody of a child.

    Where is he making a living now? The garage doesn't seem to be open much of the time, I don't suppose the pub gives him a huge income. 
    I was almost waiting for them to find the skeletal remains of a customer that got trapped in there. AJ was (apparently) away for some time... just as well in Eastenders businesses can run themselves, eh?

    Let's see, Phil owns the Arches, the Vic and the club... and not too long ago sold the cafffffffff back to Ian, this is excluding his criminal endeavours... although he hasn't really done much of anything as he spent the year covering up Ben's murder and trying to keep things on the level because ZE SOCIAL is apparently better at criminal investigations THAN THE ACTUAL POLICE.

    Also, to show the Crayon Crew have an understanding of money slightly inferior to a seven year old just learning to play Monopoly (which is a terrible boardgame, Go For Broke! is far superior) a pub in central London complete with the TARDIS flat that can accommodate upward of 3,000 people is being rented for the princely sum of a grand a fortnight. WHAT?!

    The flat ALONE is worth more than that. The flat AND a licensed commercial premise with catering facilities would be worth several times that easily... although, perhaps I'm being unfair and Phil recognised that with the anthropomorphic personification of entropy that is Kalfie running the place (into the ground) they'd be lucky to have anyone even looking at the Vic, let alone darkening its door.

    It's just that attention to detail that really draws you in, isn't it?!

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  • Message 19967

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    Posted by Tweeet (U15280056) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    Future storylines as read in The Sun smiley - biggrin

    It says:

    — Denise turns to Ian after falling out with sister Kim. But will their new closeness develop into romance? smiley - yikes

    — Janine makes an explosive return to Michael and Scarlett’s lives. Will a bitter war be waged between them? smiley - erm

    — Lola struggles with Phil taking charge of Lexi’s life. Is their fragile relationship already destined for disaster? smiley - erm

    Does anyone still care after the disastrous Christmas "special" smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19968

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    Posted by weesnowball (U5509747) on Monday, 31st December 2012


    Oh vomit!!!

    If you thought the "normal" EastEnders was bad, you should give the Red Button Special a look. I accidentally clicked on it on iPlayer when trying to catch up with Thursday's episode......15 minutes of the pointless Poppy and the increasingly idiotic Fatboy gurning his face off, not to mention a disgusting "Santa Tramp" - for thus he is described in the credits. Quite, quite unbelievably bad.


    (Not for those of a nervous disposition.)

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  • Message 19969

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    Posted by Rosebudxanadu (U15495098) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    Questions for the Prophet or indeed anyone else who might know.

    I know I'm going back quite a while but .....Did Phil's armed robbery charge get quashed? Last I remember he was sent to prison, then he escaped abroad & came back a while later!

    Did Max ever repay 'Ev ? (not that it matters her being dead)

    Just curious smiley - erm

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  • Message 19970

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    <quote>— Janine makes an explosive return to Michael and Scarlett’s lives. Will a bitter war be waged between them?</quote>
    Let's hope the explosion kills a few people!

    <quote>Questions for the Prophet or indeed anyone else who might know.

    I know I'm going back quite a while but .....Did Phil's armed robbery charge get quashed? Last I remember he was sent to prison, then he escaped abroad & came back a while later!</quote>
    I've got no idea - to the interwebs! Ah, here it is.

    Yes, I'd thought you were talking about the time he and Grant were in an armed robbery but no - you must mean when he was set up by Dirty Den. Apparently, despite getting caught at the scene with a gun, assaulting several police officers and evading arrest - there was ONE witness that was intimidated off-screen and that made the case collapse... Somehow.

    But while that's as stupid and unrealistic as much of what goes on these days, at least that was a storyline that was INTERESTING!

    </quote>Did Max ever repay 'Ev ? (not that it matters her being dead)</quote>
    No. Despite the fact Max had been pocketing the insurance premiums from pretty much everyone on the Square for months (after having somehow talked the perennially impoverished proles into buying insurance) he grunted emotionally and incomprehensibly in such a way that everyone forgot the fact he had been committing fraud and perhaps more importantly - stealing their money and never mentioned it again.

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  • Message 19971

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    Posted by GusMcGuire (U7223549) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    Future storylines as read in The Sun smiley - biggrin

    It says:

    — Denise turns to Ian after falling out with sister Kim. But will their new closeness develop into romance? smiley - yikes

    — Janine makes an explosive return to Michael and Scarlett’s lives. Will a bitter war be waged between them? smiley - erm

    — Lola struggles with Phil taking charge of Lexi’s life. Is their fragile relationship already destined for disaster? smiley - erm 


    ...then rinse and repeat. smiley - doh

    Can anyone see any of these stories turning out happy in any meaningful and (more importantly) REALISTIC manner? Of course not "...because that would be boring" the writers will doubtless say - which conveniently sidesteps the reality that to make an interesting storyline not filled with misery would actually require skill on their part. Whereas writing prosaic melodrama at the crayon factory is what they excel at.

    Will Ian have another romance? I won't be putting a bet against it at Ladbrokes

    Will Janine be involved in a dispute involving bitterness? Will they also do a storyline speculating about the Pope's religious persuasions?

    Can Lola's already unrealistic storyline possibly get any more tedious? I'm sure it can smiley - doh Please, someone, get that baby to the 24/7 boarding creche and forget about it.

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  • Message 19972

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    Curse this board and the inability to retroactively edit posts.

    Anyway, the year is over... and I've not let the last episode of 2012 escape.

    wackywalford.blogspo...

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  • Message 19973

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    Posted by bethb63 (U13675101) on Monday, 31st December 2012

    @iloveknitting

    "Why does no one mention Janine's disappearance? (Is she returning??)"

    Charlie Brooks went off to do I'm A Celebrity, there was no press announcement of her leaving the show so she'll definitely be back if she's not filming already.

    Can't remember whether Sid Owen/Rickaaaay's last exit was to do Strictly in 2011, story-wise can't remember where he went after getting kicked out. 
    Ricky went to France to live with Diane. I seem to recall mention that he was sending money. I would guess that he will be back at some point.

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  • Message 19974

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    Posted by JimTheMan (U2827273) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Was last night's episode so bad that everyone has been struck dumb with the horror of it all?!!! smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19975

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    Posted by JimTheMan (U2827273) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Isn't it about time someone told Zainab she's not acting in a Carry On film?!

    (though actually....)

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  • Message 19976

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    Posted by jannemieke (U9267858) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    wackywalford.blogspo... 

    Prophet, smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19977

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    Posted by minnie3 (U7451737) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    loved the Blog Prophet.

    My biggest question about NYE's was who was looking after Lola whilst they were all in the pub. All the spiel about doing everything by the book but she has gone off to boarding creche too and no mention of the rash and seeing if she is ok later on in the evening.

    The alcohol in the pop reminded me of blackadder where everyone got drunk on one swig of drink which is how it seemed there. Also will someone tell Zainab to shut up or something stronger. She is so annoying. What is so great about working at the minute mart anyway.

    Count Moon seemed to be attracted to Trout Pout and had a creepy expression on his face - what's new.

    It was truly cringeworthy

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  • Message 19978

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    Posted by Ziggy (U14268308) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Cringeworthy is correct. The fact that AJ who must be 40 odd is wearing this grotescue t shirt showing off his boobs. Lexi has been left all on her own whilst everyone else is at the pub.

    How did Michael get hold of Derek´s "safe"!!!

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  • Message 19979

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    Posted by Ziggy (U14268308) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Oh yes also good to put alcohol in a pop bottle so that a kiddie will drink it.

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  • Message 19980

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    Posted by vanessalou (U14182395) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Oh yes also good to put alcohol in a pop bottle so that a kiddie will drink it.  Don't worry all the children were in the 24/7 boarding creche. Aj is the most annoying character, and that is saying something with Kim about. He behaves like a retarded teenager.

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  • Message 19981

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    Posted by Rosebudxanadu (U15495098) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Thanks for the info on Phil's armed robbery charge Prophet smiley - ok


    Your blog is just brilliant ! Jacknocchio smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19982

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    loved the Blog Prophet. 
    Thanks.

    My biggest question about NYE's was who was looking after Lola whilst they were all in the pub. 
    I think she was looking at Phil? But does that even really make any sense given that they had just reconciled (again). Does this mean we're going to replace Alice/Derek bust-ups with Phil/Lola bust-ups? Oh, lawdy.

    The alcohol in the pop reminded me of blackadder where everyone got drunk on one swig of drink which is how it seemed there. 
    It's pretty much the Eastenders ways. You can sit around in the Vic all day and not show any signs of intoxication despite drinking pints but go to a party and you'll go from stone cold sober to merry to vomiting on the street in under ten minutes.

    As I said though, I think the spiking of the punch was far more troublesome to me as regards the moral conundrum - while it might superficially just seem to be a bit of fun, it strikes me as particularly insensitive of AJ. While I don't assign malice to his motivation (rather the idiocy of the Crayon Crew), it just seems... unlikely.

    Count Moon seemed to be attracted to Trout Pout and had a creepy expression on his face - what's new. 
    True, I was going to mention that but for a single episode my blog was running long and it felt like too much of a non-sequitur to mention their grotesque flirting.

    How did Michael get hold of Derek´s "safe"!!! 
    It seems he and Liam entered into some kind of impromptu partnership to hide Derek's stolen goods - how and why are details I fully expect to never be answered - and presumably thought that the lockbox was valuable enough to keep to himself...

    I think the comedy moment of the year is probably a dead heat between Derek's comedy death and Phil's impromptu announcement that Sharon is gonna be 'is!

    Seriously, people are fighting over that wreck of a woman now? It's not enough that Jacknocchio, who was apparently shagging his way through the phonebook stopped overnight so he could be with her but now we've got Phil trying to steal her?

    Or perhaps this is a strike for gender equality. We've had a string of increasingly improbable lotharios on Albert Square - the personality free block of wood that is Jack, the Scotch Egg that is Max, Phil Mitchell who long time squeeze Shirley described as "a sunburnt boiled egg" and even Squealy Bealy had a string of flings with some yummy mummies because apparently the idea of a recently bereaved out of shape ginge makes women go weak at the knees...

    So for Sharon to now be contested by two of Walford's alpha males is perhaps a step towards true gender equality! More likely it's a step toward a predictable, overly long and excessively tedious love triangle though.

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  • Message 19983

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    Posted by LoopyLobes (U14384399) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Sharon being fought over by Phil and Jack is just laughable. Are we seriously expected to swallow this bunkum? smiley - laugh

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  • Message 19984

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    Posted by meddaboy (U15031418) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    i clocked something or nothing as the case may be,last week derek made reference to his dad jim being in an old folks home,yet on tonights ep there was a cut to a chuch where they showed a shot of jims headstone showing he had died in 2011. I am abit confused is he dead or is it another eastenders cock up which would come as no surprise.

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  • Message 19985

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    Posted by weesnowball (U5509747) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013


    That wasn't Old Jim. It was the baby swap Jim, son of Neanderthal Jack.

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  • Message 19986

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    Posted by Ed of Global Integrated Vision (U8471561) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    swallow 
    EastEnders is riddled with animal connections. It was just shown how fond Kat is of Zebra, apart from Hog.

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  • Message 19987

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    Posted by weesnowball (U5509747) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013


    It may be my imagination, but doesn't Ayesha look a wee bit old for a Justin Bieber fan?

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  • Message 19988

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    Posted by Ed of Global Integrated Vision (U8471561) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013


    It may be my imagination, but doesn't Ayesha look a wee bit old for a Justin Bieber fan? 

    What or who is Justin Bieber?

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  • Message 19989

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    Posted by bethb63 (U13675101) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    Help! I'm in danger of warming to Ayesha! Maybe partly due to her proximity to Mas. Even quite liked the awkward little meeting with her suitor.

    All the christening and Sharon femme fatale stuff - meh.

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  • Message 19990

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    Posted by LoopyLobes (U14384399) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

    She's very pretty. Stunning, even. Ayesha, that is, not Shazza.

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  • Message 19991

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    Posted by Prophet Tenebrae (U5995226) on Tuesday, 1st January 2013

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    Ayesha is actually in danger of being a character... One can only assume she'll become an alcoholic slapper in the next week or two.

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  • Message 19992

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    What a complete and utter nonsense lasat night was.
    The Christening - if Lexi was called Pierce on her birth certificate that is the name she would have been christened under and the Vicar would have wanted to see a birth certificate. As far as I am aware that appalling excuse for humanity Phil M does not run the CofE yet and cannot call children anything he fancies.
    Virtually all christening or naming cermonies are now carried out at the end of a normal service and the likelyhood of a vicar opening up his church for about a dozen people who he doesn't know from Adam, who are not regular parishioners and then hang about for what must have been more than hour while they sorted out their stupid, stupid affairs is simply extremely remotr.
    Are we all supposed to be on the edge of our seats about which thug Sharon will become engaged to?
    Briliiant bit of acting from Kat when she was on the stairs listening to Alfie and Roxy - NOT. Thought from the faces she was pulling she was going to be the next one not receiving CPR.

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  • Message 19993

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    Posted by MrsMiggins (U11734250) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    The alcohol in the pop reminded me of blackadder where everyone got drunk on one swig of drink which is how it seemed there. 

    Too true - but at least we were spared Ian & Kim singing 'see the little goblin'...........

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  • Message 19994

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    Posted by MrsMiggins (U11734250) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    Briliiant bit of acting from Kat when she was on the stairs listening to Alfie and Roxy - NOT. Thought from the faces she was pulling she was going to be the next one not receiving CPR. 

    As she always looks like she has indigestion maybe she was trying not to give herself away by breaking wind.........

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  • Message 19995

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    Posted by Andrew (U14703834) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    I thought Derek's lockbox was last seen in the house - wasn't it there so he could get the letter from David to Carol out of it just in case he died so that it would be easily found except that nobody has had his items returned yet even though he's been dead a week now...

    ...so how did it get to Michael with the rest of the garage stuff?

    On a related point, was that garage always there or did it just appear one day when the writers had run out of space under the stairs...?

    On another related point, has nobody ever wondered what's next to the Masoods, behind the gate across the road...?

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  • Message 19996

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    Posted by zen cat chmeifyoucan (U14877400) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    What a complete and utter nonsense last night was.  
    No change there, then.

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  • Message 19997

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    Posted by vanessalou (U14182395) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    I thought Derek's lockbox was last seen in the house - wasn't it there so he could get the letter from David to Carol out of it just in case he died so that it would be easily found except that nobody has had his items returned yet even though he's been dead a week now...

    ...so how did it get to Michael with the rest of the garage stuff?

    On a related point, was that garage always there or did it just appear one day when the writers had run out of space under the stairs...?

    On another related point, has nobody ever wondered what's next to the Masoods, behind the gate across the road...? 
    According to the Xmas TV mag Carol finds the letter from David on Friday, should be a laugh. I totally agree with an earlier post about the Vicar at the Christening waiting patiently for the various members of the Mitchell/Branning families and others to come and go at will, he would have gone off after about 10 minutes and told them to rebook in real life. Also, don't you have to go to classes before anything like that, funny how Peggy and Grant's appearance as Godparents was explained away. Christenings are also done enmass, not solo, there were not even many cast there let alone anyone else. I am liking Ayesha, if she stays I hope they don't ruin her character, she sounds like a sexier Cheryl Cole.

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  • Message 19998

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    Posted by vanessalou (U14182395) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    What a complete and utter nonsense lasat night was.
    The Christening - if Lexi was called Pierce on her birth certificate that is the name she would have been christened under and the Vicar would have wanted to see a birth certificate. As far as I am aware that appalling excuse for humanity Phil M does not run the CofE yet and cannot call children anything he fancies.
    Virtually all christening or naming cermonies are now carried out at the end of a normal service and the likelyhood of a vicar opening up his church for about a dozen people who he doesn't know from Adam, who are not regular parishioners and then hang about for what must have been more than hour while they sorted out their stupid, stupid affairs is simply extremely remotr.
    Are we all supposed to be on the edge of our seats about which thug Sharon will become engaged to?
    Briliiant bit of acting from Kat when she was on the stairs listening to Alfie and Roxy - NOT. Thought from the faces she was pulling she was going to be the next one not receiving CPR. 
    Henry VIII had to behead people and destroy monasteries to become the head of the Church of England, Phil has done it so much easier.

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    , in reply to message 19951.

    Posted by Peta (U24) on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013

    We're moving to a brand new shiny shorter discussion, as it's the new year. I'm closing this one now.

    This is the new main Eastenders discussion

    www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...

    I'll pin it to the top of the board for a day or so, to enable people to find it easily.

    See you there! smiley - ok

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