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    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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    Marilyn: "Now, I'm not sure if you know but our Jett is just out of hospital" - No Marilyn they couldn't possibly have known that. Ziggy made me laugh when she was all hyper as Justin came in to open up and she was already working. I thought for a split second she had gone down Brody's route but realised she was still under the influence of alcohol. I actually ended up feeling quite sorry for her, firstly when Maggie thought she was behind the graffiti and then when she went to confront Brody at salt. Interesting listening to Simone talk about how she was struggling financially in Uni as I always had the impression she was reasonably well off (Or at least had parents that were). Whilst Raffy had nothing to do with the graffiti slating Simone, I think she probably enjoyed it too much. I haven't really liked her attitude even though it is very understandable. I don't particularly like Simone but I did feel really sorry for her when saw what was written about her. I felt even sorrier for her when she found out Bella was responsible. She looked pretty devastated. You can argue her and Brody leaving is probably a good thing and probably the fairest thing to do with regards to Ziggy. The only thing I would say is I can't help but think the way Brody's acting, if things don't work out with Simone then he could go back to drugs again. Thought Maggie's 'Good luck' scene to Simone was very professional although she's probably over the moon Simone's going.
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    Outer Maggie: This Kind of thing will not be tolerated! Inner Maggie: That's what you get, bitch!
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    Great chapter Colleen being the nosy busybody Emma and Craig huh Oh Laura what are you doing? Update again soon
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    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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