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    I thought you lot was far too serious/intelligent for soaps anyway LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brb View Post
    I thought you lot was far too serious/intelligent for soaps anyway LOL.
    We are, but it seeps in by osmosis, 'er indoors is watching it now, I see Phil has cheated the grim reaper again, that's today, really topical!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JK0 View Post
    The baby is the daughter of Phil's gay son, Ben.
    Anyone care to expand on how that is possible?? Mind you it is Eastenders I suppose.

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    Phil - can't stand him. It's so rare I see that programme, and everytime I do, he's in it. What a waste of space. Has he got any real role? He's supposed to be some hard nut but all I see is some dumpy red faced bloke (pervy like!) with a silly voice!

    For goodness sakes - get rid of him, I'm sure he won't be missed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuestForFreedom View Post
    Anyone care to expand on how that is possible?? Mind you it is Eastenders I suppose.
    Well... When a woman and a man love each other.....

    (Gay men still are capable of having children you know, just obviously go against their urges!)
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    Fair enough, I guess it may have been a previous relationship or donor sperm or something like that. I last watched EE in 1998! Ben was a bairn and Gillian Taylforth was up to stuff in the back of a car!! I was tired of having misery inflicted upon me twice a week so haven't watched it since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuestForFreedom View Post
    Fair enough, I guess it may have been a previous relationship or donor sperm or something like that. I last watched EE in 1998! Ben was a bairn and Gillian Taylforth was up to stuff in the back of a car!! I was tired of having misery inflicted upon me twice a week so haven't watched it since.
    I know, that's why I stopped watching it - so depressing!! I haven't been a follower of it since Angie left - she was a character.

    Corries my favourite - at least you get a laugh as they do have some really funny people in it. Actually, I'm watching Corrie now on catch-up :-)

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    A more miserable programme than Eastenders has yet to be devised. If life in the East end of London is really as dog-depressing as that, why does anyone still live there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mind the gap View Post
    A more miserable programme than Eastenders has yet to be devised. If life in the East end of London is really as dog-depressing as that, why does anyone still live there?
    If you want to hear a cockney accent then you go to Essex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brb View Post
    I thought you lot was far too serious/intelligent for soaps anyway LOL.
    Intelligence & stupidity are not necessarily mutually exclusive (eg my brother....)
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