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  5. 5 points
    Outer Maggie: This Kind of thing will not be tolerated! Inner Maggie: That's what you get, bitch!
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  10. 4 points
    it's odd how they haven't given Morag a proper send off. They should dedicate a farewell story to her. She was a lot more popular that people realised!
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  12. 4 points
    I'm not quite sure what to think of Raffy's behaviour here.It seems a bit cutting-off-your-nose to refuse the tutorials, but it's her choice and I don't blame her for not being enamoured with Simone.But being catty to Bella by association seemed unnecessary, and encouraging her to skip doing an assignment, mainly because she disliked the person she was doing it for, didn't make her seem like a particularly good friend.Even more than with Coco, Ryder just seems to be going along with whatever Raffy thinks, it was hard to read his expression after Raffy stormed off on Bella but it seemed to be along the lines of "She's my girlfriend, I have to be on her side." Anyway, I loved Mason's complete lack of sympathy for the hole Brody's dug:He's right that Brody threw his marriage away without having a clue what he was trading it in for.Bit of a shock to the system for Simone: She seems to be muddling through but moving in together, which was moving even faster than things did with him and Ziggy, seems to be off the table for now. So, Jett gets to come home.I can understand his, John and Marilyn's trepidation and also his slight depression about knowing things aren't going to get any better for him.It sounded like Jett used the British/Commonwealth "leftenant" pronounciation here, and also used the Commonwealth address of "ma'am" for a female officer (although he pronounced it "mam", I think it's "marm" in British military) rather than the US practice of calling everyone "sir" regardless of gender.They may be being too paranoid in suggesting he's going to be blamed, it could just be standard procedure.
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  19. 3 points
    Is anyone else getting a bit over the short-lived marriages? Colby and Chelsea, Ricky and Nate, Brody and Ziggy, Liam and Bianca and even, to a lesser extent, Zac and Leah. Weddings used to big events and must-see viewings, but now they are mainly used as plot devices. I know we had the odd short-lived marriage in the early years too (i.e. Frank and Bobby, Chloe and James), but it just feels more frequent and the marriages feel more rushed now. Thinking back to "the early years", we've had so many non-weddings/broken engagements that probably would have happened had we had the same writers back then. For example, Lance and Mariyln would have married in 1990 only for him to run dump her and join the army a few weeks later, Ben Lucini probably would have left Carly behind in Summer Bay (I've heard she was written out because Julian McMahon quit), Andrew and Stacey and Travis and Kelly would have been married for a few weeks and Jesse McGregor's wife would have been arrested after they said "I do". Maybe even Sally and Brad would have had a few weeks of marriage before she realised she wasn't over Flynn,
  20. 3 points
    Ahem? Did I miss it being written into law that a guy in his 20s can't date a 40-year-old? So...I'm guessing from the ending of today that we were meant to be on Colby's side, even if not necessarily agreeing with how he was handling things.Which is a shame because I found him disgustingly smug in the first half of the episode, culminating in his utter lack of shame at the fact that he's the reason Bella doesn't have a dad: He almost seemed to enjoy taunting her, which made me frustrated that she later apologised. And the whole set-up was ridiculous: I'm astonished the police tolerated Colby having his teenage sister at the station arguing with him in full view of any member of the public that came in (plus I'm not entirely sure his threats to handcuff her to a chair were a bluff).Also, the usual weird timeline was in place, with Bella seemingly having done her homework before anyone else had gone to work or school.But anyway, Dean manages to step in and get her to open up by virtue of not trying to be an authority figure that she has to listen to.And I wonder if she sensed that Raffy and Ryder weren't as impressed with her as she hoped they'd be, for all Ryder's attempts at peacekeeping.Still, the solution seemed very unsatisfactory.It would surely be a better use of time to have Roo spend time with Bella during her suspension rather than leaving her at home to get bored.Maybe that's not entirely practical since Roo has classes at school, but the whole thing about arranging a tutoring session when she comes back felt like "And that's your episodes used up, so we'll continue this storyline next week." Alf really didn't do a good job of handling things, hiding Martha's phone calls and pushing Ryder out of the house.So it's probably good Martha just cut to the chase.Meanwhile, I guess it was inevitable Mason would come unstuck in his illegal cannabis trial eventually, and of course it happens right as he seemed to finally be getting his life back on track.At least he had some nice scenes with Raffy first!
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  28. 3 points
    To this day, I am still extremely confused as to why anyone, on God's green earth, give the rights to a child to Ash, who at the time lived in a van with a partner who wasn't 100% behind the idea and a brother suffering from PTSD, and had major anger issues (hypocritically, the exact thing he was condemning VJ for). I hated him during that storyline, it would have killed Billie all over again to see all the people she cared about rip each other apart over her daughter.
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  31. 3 points
    Neighbours is guilty of ignoring disability too they had Lori Lee (Jack Scully’s girlfriend) become paralysed in about 2002 after she fell into a pool she was in a wheelchair for a short time but got better miraculously same for Stephen Gotlieb in 1993ish and Toadie a few years ago Glen Donnelly was told he’d never walk again after falling from the roof of Lassiters in 1991 but a month or so later he was gone why are Neighbours and H&A so against having characters who aren’t perfect? As someone who is in a wheelchair I find this attitude from TPTB for both shows extremely offensive disabled people are not freaks we are people too and deserve representation in media so that we can feel we aren’t alone and I have to say it Political Correctness is not for some but not others and I feel both sets of TPTB need to be not forced but reminded that the disabled and mentally ill watch the programmes too and these conditions are for life
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  33. 3 points
    Great - thanks for letting me know baywatcher! Here are lots more! I still can't believe I was actually there when I watch it!!!! https://imgur.com/a/DHqXtQT
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  35. 3 points
    Ha! And he finished so quickly as well
  36. 3 points
    Marilyn made her first appearance in Summer Bay 30 years ago this week. Happy Anniversary Emily
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  40. 3 points
    I went about 5 years ago - I was only in Sydney for two days so had to go on a Saturday which meant they weren't filming - I actually preferred it that way as I could walk any where I wanted to and take as many photos as I liked and I even had lunch on the outside verandah of 'The Diner'. I saw the surf club, Alf's bait shop, the pier etc - I can't tell you how excited I was!!!!! It really is as stunning as it is on screen - I have a photo of the beach with the houses it as my background photo on my little netbook computer and whenever people see it they say it looks amazing even when they have no idea where/what it is. Shame we can't attach photos on here or I would add it to my post.
  41. 2 points
    I can just hear Morag saying that in my head Good that they didn't drag the John fussing over Jett stuff out for very long. Liked seeing Jett being useful in the Diner. Nice that Alf feels protective towards Leah but I thought his warning to Justin was unnecessary.
  42. 2 points
    Alf saying he never stopped loving Martha is really making a mockery of Ailsa who hasn’t been mentioned once since the Martha reveal.
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  50. 2 points
    I'm actually quite liking Jasmine at the moment, now that I didn't think she was a great actress before but do think she's improved a lot since the beginning as well, I guess since she's getting more interesting storylines now.
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