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Rebecca Denton, Online Exec | 13:30 UK time, Tuesday, 6 March 2012

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  • Comment number 1.

    first - yeah

  • Comment number 2.

    Not sure what happened on the previous blog with the comments - was everyone having trouble? Anyway. We are okay again!

  • Comment number 3.

    watched it now - very funny, loved the little bit too late probablies that give her away as a ww

  • Comment number 4.

    i posted a link on the last blog about spoilers for the next ep. im a bit miffed that the writers have given tom and hal 'girlfriends' or romantic interests whatever they will be but it just seems a bit obvious to me 'oh lets put some girlfriends in' i know it happens in life but come on i was hoping for something a bit different. it is possible to write something without that, look at sherlock for eg.

  • Comment number 5.

    just had a rethink about my last post and feel ashamed at my little rant! its called being human after all and characters trying to be human and get on with their lives as normally as possible. i change my mind as often as i change my lipstick!

  • Comment number 6.

    Posh totty for a bit of rough like Tom,cue raging hormones time.

  • Comment number 7.

    @mistress denton
    for season 5
    I suggest the following story titled

    A strange green box

    The household , one morning, finds on their doorsteps a bizarre emerald green box. Each member when they touch it is freezied living each one their own version of groundhog day.
    Annie is stuck making endless cups of tea and ironing while Tom is obliged to whittle and whittle and whittle as for Hal, the vampire is cursed at doing the world largest domino spiral while at the very same time, Eve is endlessly puking, vampires visit Tom begging to be staked by Duncan and a sea breeze threatens the domino stand

  • Comment number 8.

    OMG! i love her already!

  • Comment number 9.

    I wonder if she will really be Tom's flower so he can be a bee... I hope she'll be nice to him. Anyone know if she is training to be a barrister? Likes labradors?

  • Comment number 10.

    LOL @Saint. I know, I know, I know.

    I don't know what to say... I can't fix it unfortunately. Sorry! I'll send another email!

  • Comment number 11.

    @Saint (7) Hahahahaaa you just almost made me spit tea over my laptop reading that, Annie and Hal would not be pleased wasted tea and so much mess! Luckily I managed to avoid and merely giggled like a crazy person instead XD

    loadingloadingloading.... Pretty sure my house has some kind of broadband forcefield around it!

  • Comment number 12.

    She seems the total opposite of Tom. Me likey.

  • Comment number 13.

    I didn't think Cutler was going viral with the video until next week? Or am I being silly?

  • Comment number 14.

    It went public at the end of the last episode. I think the repercussions are this week.

    She's very sweet in an earnest kind of way. :)

  • Comment number 15.

    Morning all! Ewan is away isn't he? Anyone else have a link for the new scene, or is it just the trailer they showed at the end of Ep 5?

  • Comment number 16.

    Yay got it to work! Aw she's awesome, I like her a lot already. Tom deserves someone nice, hope she doesn't meet a nasty end too soon!

  • Comment number 17.

    how old do you reckon she is, she looks quite young but i think she could be late teens, perhaps at university going by the look of her room. She seems a bit of a 'science geek' and she has posters of the solar system on her walls, perhaps she has been researching the moon, she certainly knows a lot of technical terms relating to werewolves. Thinking, also how she might have gotten scratched... any ideas?

    'Thats lunacy! pardon the pun' XD love it

  • Comment number 18.

    Seriously, I don't mean to criticise this wonderful blog or anyone involved in bringing it to us lucky fans (really, it's brilliant I wish I had enough time to be here all the time!) But what actually is the purpose of that green box!? I get the minimum time between commenting, which is a good idea and helps stop people like me with rubbish connections from getting shut out of conversations, but why the green one? Sorry if this has been answered before, I've been away a time and still getting used to the new look blog!

    And just to keep on topic, @Shoe (17) I think I read somewhere in a synopsis of the episode that she's a 'teen' so she's probably just a couple of years younger than Tom. I love her puns too!

  • Comment number 19.

    YT link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI_8-5uZw70&feature=channel_video_title


  • Comment number 20.

    speaking of teen wolves, inspired by sundays episode i made a little comic documenting what matt and christa were up to whilst adam was busy falling in love... i do miss matt and christa


  • Comment number 21.

    20. i love it!

  • Comment number 22.

    Ahh, new blog again, why do I always miss it? Is there by any chance a youtube link for that video? Would be much appreciated. :)

    @ctjohns32 - 110 of previous blog:

    Yeah, I understand why Hal had to get a job, no argument there.
    But I think living together is all about compromise and being considerate, and that goes both ways. Hal is expected to adapt to the household, fine, he should and by now he has. He's working and he's accepted his share to look after the baby, in return Annie has to accept that his routines are part of his lifystyle.
    For example, mocking him for doing pressups and basically ignoring his reason for doing so is not being considerate.

    And I would love it if Annie's issues got addressed sometime. As you said, her being murdered may be the reason she's always burying her head in the sand, but that's exactly where I think the difference lies between Hal and Annie's problems.
    Annie's problems are psychological, she can learn from experience and change, try to overcome her fears etc. But Hal's problem cannot be fixed, it can only be suppressed. The bloodlust will never go away, no matter how hard he tries.

    That's why I think there's no way these problems can be compared and anyway, why should they even have to? Just because you have your own problems (and mind you, I don't think Annie's aware she even has one), does that mean you shouldn't acknowledge or care that others have them, too?

    However, I love Annie, contrary to how it might come across, and maybe that's why I hate it when she puts her denial-cap on. Because it doesn't end well for her when she does.

  • Comment number 23.

    22. i posted one, see 19 :)

  • Comment number 24.

    whilst the bloggers fight the curse of the green box woth appropriate exorcisms yet avoiding one suggested by a Mrs Cenza Kemp from Bristol 'stake it!', I think Cutler is spot on. Seriously. Quite a few European nations have been cursed with strange wolf like creatures over the centuries and the video will simply open Pandora box which must be green I am quite confident about it. Britain may have had some backstories with werewolves, but never ever with such details and documentation as us, continentals. On the plus side for the show, Cutler may join forces with unsuspecting real werewolf hunters like the one who taxidermied(orthograph?) the 'wolf' head at the pawn shop and these people mean business.

  • Comment number 25.

    Never mind my question about the link. *lol*

    Allison's hilarious, she's so cute. She will be good for Tom, can't wait to see them together. :)

  • Comment number 26.

    18. its a good job she wont meet Pearl, it least i don't ex-spectre to.

  • Comment number 27.

    @20 Love the mini Christa/Matt comic!

    Was that wolf head in the pawn shop an actual werewolf head or just a wolf? Wouldn't a werewolf turn back once dead, I thought we'd seen that happen before? Or am I getting mixed up with something else

  • Comment number 28.

    14- Ah. My mistake. i remembered that bit as being in the clip of next weeks show. silly me

  • Comment number 29.

    @4: I don't think Hal will have his girlfriend for long. I doubt he will be able to keep himself from biting her (as if that would be so bad, *ahem*), I mean draining her dry. So my guess is, he either kills her or breaks it off. But I think it's cute that he wants to try again. He deserves some loving, he hasn't had a date in 55 years, it's a shame really. ;)

  • Comment number 30.

    29. i don't know, she might end up in the cellar...

  • Comment number 31.

    I hope Hal doesn't kill his girlfriend! Although I do want to see him, erm, unleashed.. But then he'd probably get all sad and shut himself in his room and we'd never see him again, which would be no fun at all!

  • Comment number 32.

    @30: Is it wrong that I laughed aloud reading that?! :D

  • Comment number 33.

    32. i think its wrong that i thought of it, oh well

  • Comment number 34.

    Thanks for the link ShoePigeon. Did I say morning? I meant afternoon!

  • Comment number 35.

    @31: On the one hand, I want to see him unleashed as well, because he's gonna be hot as hell, *lol*, but on the other hand I want him to be happy and as soon as he came to his senses he would certainly not be happy anymore.
    Then there would be no more scenes of him doing happy dancing/singing in the kitchen. :(

    So I don't really know what I want. Can't we have both, happy unleashed Hal? Now there's a thought.

  • Comment number 36.

    35. or just loads and loads of bloody topless flashbacks alongside the singing and the dancing and the press ups *gets down on hands and knees and begs writers*

  • Comment number 37.

    Yay another awesome character for BH, there has been so many brilliant new characters this series I have no idea how you come with them all :)

    Can't wait till sunday :)

  • Comment number 38.

    on the youtube link of this the description says 'Allison, school debating champion, lays out the case that if werewolves exist they would surely want to stay anonymous.' so im assuming she is about 17/18 at a private school? she seems the private school type.

  • Comment number 39.

    @35 That's what I meant to say, only you said it better! About wanting/not wanting Hal to be unleashed I mean! Having said that I rewatched Hal's prequel yesterday and he's really different in it, I reckon unleashed Hal would actually be a pretty happy guy, as long as he didn't stop long enough to think about it. And as long as Annie, Tom and Eve manage to stay out of the way I can't say I'd mind him killing everyone he encuontered until he was sated! ;)

    I think we can all agree on there'd be no more kitchen singing/dancing in marigolds though lol. And unleashed Hal would sadly no longer have need of the press ups routine, though I'm sure he'll find some other way to stay buff!

  • Comment number 40.

    @36: Oh yeah, I want some flashbacks of him from the 16th/17th century, preferably topless, but I'm convinced he would pull off the fashion around then really well, too! ;)
    But please, no mustache. That looked so fake, it was horrible. *lol*
    And I would like to see the moment he got turned. :)
    *Joins you in begging for more Hal-singing scenes* Maybe we should start a petition, hehe.

  • Comment number 41.

    I did enjoy his singing! Funny how he's changed from "I don't sing" to "reeeacccchhh ooooouuuuttttt for meeeeee" in such a short amount of time!

    On a separate note, my male character in my writers group homework is heavily influenced by Hal! Hazel eyes, old fashioned manners, seems older than he looks. Oh ... I've even called him Harry. Expecting top marks for homework this week ;)

    N x

  • Comment number 42.

    32, 39. we BH fans really do have some incredibly warped and disturbed minds

  • Comment number 43.

    @36/40 *signs that petition* More Hal flashbacks please, and yes I think he would suit the fashion from that era too! I'm not a fan of his buttoned up collars, though it works because it suits the way he is now. And he definitely shouldn't go any further down the cool modern vampire avenue with all the black clothes, that became too much Mitchell's thing. I think he'd rock the old fashioned white shirt with open collar, messy hair look!

  • Comment number 44.

    @39: Oh yeah, he was great in the prequel! So casual and laid back somehow, so different from how high-strung he is now. The way he was sipping on his beer... I'm crazy. ;)

    Yeah, I would guess he would be happy as long as he stays in that *wanting-to-be-evil* zone. ;) But I'm not sure he would get there immediately if he lost control now once or twice, so I'd say sad Hal would be a safe bet. :(

  • Comment number 45.

    @44 you're not crazy.. Or if you are then so am I haha

    He's not exactly happy at the moment though is he, most of the time (when he's not topless or singing or smiling his rare smile) I just want to give him a big hug!

  • Comment number 46.

    45. i know what you mean, last week, when Kirby threatened him, that single tear that fell down his cheek... my heart broke :'(

  • Comment number 47.

    Allison seems great! I'm interested in seeing how her character's going to develop in next weeks episode.
    My one tiny grumble is the fact that she has to wear glasses as she is 'geeky'. Though if she continues to be this good and funny then I won't mind.

    Oh and yes, add me to that petition for more Hal flashbacks (with added singing preferably)!

  • Comment number 48.

    @45: I love his rare smiles. Because he doesn't smile often, it makes it so much more beautiful when he does. OMG, I think we are in gushing mood, all guys on here should just cover their eyes, so they can avoid reading this.

    Yeah, he's not really happy, but I think he's just come to accept how it is and what his life has to be like. It's not as if he's brooding in a corner somewhere. He seems to be in some kind of neutral zone where he's sad when reminded of his victims etc, but also able to enjoy himself when the occasion arises. :)

    I always want to give him a hug, especially when he has that lost puppy look in his eyes. :(

  • Comment number 49.

    We know from the breakfast scene with Yvonne, Hal can be quite the ladykiller when his heart is set on it. Think about it.1000 tulips in Spain, not really known to be tulip land even in 1784, must have cost a fortune and proved quite a dedication- yet once the lady has given in- he kills, he locks her for months in a tower and he literally eats her heart. Yet when Kirby mentions these names, he has a tear like he was still loving them and missing them. And here I wonder if his cycles of manic bloodlust are not related to these deaths. He feels down, stops drinking, behaves, meets someone, says to himself 'this time, I'll behave' then self destroy the relationship then loathe himself, kill everybody because he hates to see happy people around then spirals down till he meets the proverbial swimming pool tile and goes upward where the same senseless cycle happens again. Killing Alex would lead to Lord Harry's come back

  • Comment number 50.

    Hey bloggers! :D LOVE Alison's pun-slinging "that'd be luunacy!"

    About Hal getting unleashed, it is hard to decide what I want ... But I think flashbacks to evil topless Hal (agree completely with Laminamara about the 'tash though)while present day Hal stays clean and happy in the family and is able to relax a bit on his routine would be best. Because I'm hoping Annie and Tom wouldn't let him slip back to that, especially now Annie and Hal have this new respect and understanding f each other. I know a lot of people were quite upset about Annie just plain saying to Hal "I want to kill again" but look at it this way - she's finally being honest instead of burying her feelings in true Annie style! And after Mitchell I think/hope she would be better this time and confront Hal, not let him go evil. Oh and she's gotten much more fierce "new mum, what can I say"

  • Comment number 51.

    i know what people said the last time i mentioned this but hearing Hal sing made me think...'New York, New York!'? ok feel free to kill me now, but im convinced it was him!

    *Huddles in the corner while bloggers sharpen stakes*

    although the radio vamp did seem pretty happy, and he was singing, im sure he would do some press ups... sometimes :)

  • Comment number 52.

    "Werewolves might be nicer than the French." That last bit just about killed me! Really looking forward to seeing more of this character in the next episode.

  • Comment number 53.

    I have a sneaking suspicion that young Allison here is Cutlers younger sister.

  • Comment number 54.

    I just want her backstory! How long has she been a ww? Where does she transform? Has she ever been attacked by a Vampire? Is her video response not a call to fame in its own right? I can't imagine that there'd be many responses to that video!!! Lunacy... Love it!

  • Comment number 55.

    53. they seemed a bit too formal in the 'next time' for me to think they know each other :/

  • Comment number 56.

    @43. Ooh yes! Definatley want more flaskbacks with old-fashioned clothes *wanders off, head full of images of Hal coming out of a lake with dripping shirt like Colin Firth's Mr Darcy* ;)

  • Comment number 57.

    "Its like werewolves have become the new paedophiles!" What has she got against the French!!!

  • Comment number 58.

    I think it's Hal on the radio in the future but that doesn't necessarily mean that it will happen, that he will be the big bad vampire in the future. The future we were shown at the beginning was the future as it would happen if no-one stopped the vampires now. But if someone, our trio, stopped the vampires now then that future might not happen but might be different. The future can be changed by actions now, so if The Woman interfered and got Hal to go to HH, then that already alters the course of history. Oh dear, that makes no sense at all. I always get lost with time paradoxes...

  • Comment number 59.

    @46 Oh I know, me too! I've had to bite my tongue when it comes to Hal in my house as I'm staying with my parents at the moment and I used to make my Mum watch BH back in s1, she agreed with me about Mitchell because she said he had 'a nice face' but she doesn't like Hal! Even she gave in to him at that moment though hehe

    @48 Definitely gushing mood.. He ALWAYS has the lost puppy look in his eyes! (Wait, there are guys on here? *looks shifty*)

    @51 Think I said this on the last blog but I'm doubting my own conviction that's not him on the radio since rewatching the prequel.. The singing in the kitchen scene sounds quite different but the way he sings Leo's name at the start of that scene.. and then talks really different to how he does now, a lot more sing-song/taunting like (also just a little bit Irish in the middle ;) it's got me thinking but I'm trying not to go there just yet! Still think it's a bit too obvious if it is him though, LT is cleverer than that! But it definitely doesn't sound like Mark Gatiss either, maybe it's Cutler..

    Also forgot to say, most definitely agree with the consensus on the 'tache, no more of that thankyou!

  • Comment number 60.

    I'm sure the voice on the radio in the future isn't Hal, I think it's Mr. Snow (Mark Gatiss) watch/listen to this video with your eyes closed and see what you think! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYOVoP7h7F8

  • Comment number 61.

    "WW's are the new P-philes" are we going to see PEEDO scrawled on the door of HH? And no George in sight to correct the grammar! Tom will flip for Alison and I'm sure Annie will approve, a girl after her own heart - the notecards!

  • Comment number 62.

    Fergus was possibly Hal-Don Giovanni's Leporello but would be Cutler who likes to manipulate be a differential diagnosis? Hal who has a past where being base-born as being born to a wh**e-house was tantamount to social suicide. Hal who liked to be in power, red shield, serfs, prestige would deep inside him be wary of the real regard , the real standing he would present in society. A loving partner born into the aristocracy would satisfy him, yet deep inside a voice would start suspecting her of disregarding him, being unfaithful etc. Jealousy would soon be revealed, because he acted like a Blue Beard and soon the lady is dried out. Then he realized she was virtuous, and honourable ladies are his taste- see his discussion with Tom, his partners do not appear in Nuts

  • Comment number 63.

    @oarelle I dunno.. I've been a Gatiss fan for a long time since The League of Gentlemen back in the day, I've even met him once and I'm sure that's not his voice! It makes too much sense that it could be his character though, it just doesn't sound like him to me and he has a v distinctive voice! Bet it is going to turn out to be him now I've said that and I'll have to eat my words haha

  • Comment number 64.

    @49 Or it could be the other way around. Maybe he was still drinking blood when he wooed those women, wooing is some form of hunting after all, and when he finally had them, he killed them. Maybe afterwards he was so disgusted by his cruelty, that he tried to change. So I'm not sure killing Alex would mean that he falls back into old patterns.

    I don't think that tear when Kirby mentioned the women necessarily has to mean that he had deep feelings for them. Maybe he's just ashamed to be reminded of the person he once was and grieves for his victims.

    Remember Hal in the prequel, he was drinking blood, but he was far from the monster who kills everything in sight that we saw in the flashback. There seem to be a lot of different sides to Lord Harry. I could see the Hal from the prequel pursuing women, being charming, then killing them.

    @50: It was great that Annie and Hal were so honest with each other. That was actually my favourite scene from the last episode (together with Hal singing). And I, too, have the feeling that this means that Annie will act differently this time around when Hal falls off the wagon. At least I hope it does.

  • Comment number 65.

    Is anyone else here terrified that we'll lose Damien aswell? BH managed to keep onto Aidan for long enough but I think Damien is really getting a lot of publicity now...they can't steal him too! :c

  • Comment number 66.

    @65 shhhhhhhhhhhhh *takes a lesson in denial from Annie* Yes, everyone's looking to BH for the discovery of great new talent now!

  • Comment number 67.


    Because we kill werewolves, because we still kill wolves, wolves are resented in the Alps when they were re-introduced; we hunt, we still hunt , there are at least 12 officila registered wolfhunters as I type we call them louvetiers. Kings had their 'Royal Great Wolfhunters' and the French Presidency has to my humble knowledge still its say on it... not really wolf friendly country are we!

  • Comment number 68.

    Right off to watch Sally fret about becoming a Reaper and Aiden`s "son" getting flayed as a punishment for chearting on a vampire princess,causing her to be put into the ground for 80 years.
    You can`t make this stuff up you know!

  • Comment number 69.

    65. I know! But they can't steal him! Perhaps we can lock him in the cellar at HH, it might be more successful that the cage that LT had Russell and Aidan locked up in *evil laughs*

  • Comment number 70.

    68. BH USA? I might as well watch that now, its really not good but it passes the time

  • Comment number 71.

    I wonder if Lenora has had any luck being stolen? I haven't seen her in many other things...unless, again, I'm just not very vigilant.

  • Comment number 72.

    Oh, and I tried watching the USA one. I gave up. It isn't the same, nor did I find it good in a different way. ):

  • Comment number 73.

    She stared in a show called 'material girl' a while back which was really good but i haven't really seen her in anything else, apart form Dr Who and that was ages ago

  • Comment number 74.

    I saw her in Doctor Who. On the reruns of it I just think "Why not rentaghost out of there?" >.

  • Comment number 75.

    They better not steal Damien just yet, it's too soon I'm loving the new series even more than I thought I would (and I was never one who thought they wouldn't because the others left, I have more faith in LT than that!) but I'm not sure I could do it all again so soon!

    @Hominid96 she has been in other things, I recognised her from before BH in other things, in fact Aidan was the only one I didn't already recognise back then so just shows you never know!

    I don't think the US version is so bad, obviously not nearly as good as the REAL version though! I just watch it to appease my addiction in the long gaps between seasons... At times it's cool and has interesting new ideas/a completely new take on the concept especially now it's in season 2, but I wish they hadn't started off so similar it's still spoiling it for me!

  • Comment number 76.

    64. Yes, lots of different sides to Lord Harry. In his prequel Hal says 'I have been so many different people'

    Though personally if someone fed me a line about 1000 tulips I'd just burst out laughing. Hal's 19th century chat up style was pretty cheesy, but perfect for the person that he presumably was back then. And my, he is a bookworm. Didn't recognise the Keats from my old Eng lit studies, so looked it up on Wikipedia - apparently it's not a poem but from one of Keats's letters. Was Hal subconsciously showing off to teacher?

  • Comment number 77.

    I think she was in one episode of a show called 'Detah in Paradise' earlier this year as well.
    @74. Same! I'm terrible at confusing different shows/characters. When Fergus first apperared I just didn't know what to think - he's been a bad guy in literally everything! Very confusing... :/

  • Comment number 78.

    @Nic well I'm not familiar with Mark Gatiss at all, just researched him when I knew he'd be in BH, I just think hope and wish it not to be Hal! I want him as Eve's motown singing, shirtless press-up-ing foster dad :D Although I know for certain he's going to fall off that wagon soon and lose his 55years clean chip!

    61 - I agree Alison in this clip does really remind me of Annie, can't wait to see them interacting in next week's ep! Annie likes a bit of detective work too as we know, and I can just picture her fussing over Alison "Sooooo. What are your intentions with our Tom? Oh and I've that same highlighter in pink!"

  • Comment number 79.

    72. i think it needs a different title, its all too much about the super powers to be called 'Being human'

    But im 3 minutes in and this story line is seriously getting ridiculous now

  • Comment number 80.

    I watched ep1 of it and could not, for the life of me get into it. It had crescendos over everything in the American manner so I could barely even hear them *I only have one working ear. :c* I don't know, I guess I am very...Hal-ish in not liking changes. :/

  • Comment number 81.

    @80. I tried to watch the US Life on Mars once, and that has put me off all American remakes ever made. Seriously, I think I'm mentally scarred.

  • Comment number 82.


    Season 2 is much better,they`ve found their own style.

  • Comment number 83.

    @79 Definitely it should have a different title! But then it would just be denounced as an unoriginal unsubtle copy of someone else's show rather than a 'reimagining'..

    @80 oh god I'm not surprised, I stayed well clear of that one once I heard what it was about, LoM was just too good! Only watched the other BH because I was familiar with some of the writers' previous work, which I liked, and they promised it'd be very different from our show. Which it is, now. No idea how i managed to stick with it long enough to find that out though as it started as a pale imitation!

    I'm not sure how I feel about where it's going with season 2 although I do like the spoilt vampire princess character, but maybe that's just because I liked the actress so much in Dollhouse haha.. Aidan mostly annoys me and Sally's pretty dull/repetitive, if anything it's a refreshing change to like the werewolf character the best out of the three! None of them are nearly as well written and likeable characters as even the small parts in the UK show though, just my opinion!

  • Comment number 84.

    Afternoon all, only just daring to venture back after the blog took a dislike to everyone posting on it earlier.
    From this little clip I love Alison already - think she might be my favourite guest character yet... and I love the notecards, very organised!

    @Laminamara (64) I agree about Hal crying more over what he had done rather than still being in love with any of the women he had killed... but I'm willing to be wrong.

  • Comment number 85.

    Haha, 'maybe it's just a live action trailer for "Scooby and Scrappy Doo" '

    Tom would make a great Scrappy Doo - all enthusiasm but no sense of what real life is like :D

    I'm also loving the colour-coded box of notes beside her. Totally agree with the people comparing her to Annie - very organised!

  • Comment number 86.

    @64/84 I don't think it was just crying over what he'd done in the past which would be more of a Mitchell thing to do I think - He's accepted what he was, he doesn't like it but he's spent years thinking about that every day and he can't change the past. I think he's crying over what he knows inevitably *will* happen if Annie does kick him out, he doesn't want to turn back into that and he knows Kirby is the one holding all the cards in that moment, Hal has no choice but to do what he's told..

    Tom as Scrappy doo is brilliant haha

  • Comment number 87.


    Does that make Allison Velma?

  • Comment number 88.


  • Comment number 89.

    Actually I think we might be on to something here. I know the HH gang have Hal/Leo's car, but what the really need is a Scooby Doo van to go running around Barry in chasing/more probably escaping vampires.

  • Comment number 90.

    Haha yes! And when they scupper the Old Ones' plan - 'We could have got away with it if it weren't for those meddling kids!'

  • Comment number 91.

    So are the OO's going to rock up and set themselves up in some old deserted fairground then?

  • Comment number 92.

    Well we've had an undertakers and a warehouse, they might as well go for a fairground too... I can see Cutler as some really bored fairground attendant.

  • Comment number 93.

    87 - pahaaha! she so is Velma :D I know not everyone likes looking at the teaser pictures for episodes, but Tom and Alison will make a lovely couple! I'm quite worried about this Alex girl though...

  • Comment number 94.

    I'm worried for Alex too. She clearly doesn't know what she's getting herself into! I reckon she's probably just about safe until the first time Hal wears his top shirt button undone though - then he'll definitely be unravelling...

  • Comment number 95.

    @94: :D Oh yeah, he'll be unravelling and she'll be unravelling as well, but for different reasons... she's imagining Hal opening more of those buttons... :P

  • Comment number 96.

    Slight change of topic, but since I still can't get into the last blog (assuming its the same for all?) did anyone ever hit on what the scroll meant?

  • Comment number 97.

    awh she is adorable her and tom are perfect for each other!! V funny as well
    A very happy dramalovely!!!

  • Comment number 98.

    96. I don't know what the concensus was, but my theory was that it was about Mitchell getting Annie from purgatory, with the symbols being:
    Vampire (known)
    Purgatory - that double triangle thing, with half of it looking like the Death symbol - I just figured it might mean purgatory as being sort-of-but-not-quite the same as death
    Protects/Saves - the cup type symbol could mean something like this - it appears on other scrolls with other things in it
    Ghost - the double-stick type symbol in the cup. I think others have said this is friendship but if it doesn't mean ghost then the very first piece of scroll talks about a supernatural trinity in the house of a vampire, a werewolf (moon man) and, er, friendship which doesn't make sense to me!

  • Comment number 99.

    I still think that Tom will love her, but she may not necessarily be into him... Either that or she gets pregnant and we actually have the real War Child!

  • Comment number 100.

    *rereads own last comment* 'I am somehow drunk???'


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