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harrietjames last won the day on March 8 2018

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    Alf has to die (No other exit for Ray works)


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  2. It's quite common for prejudice against "the enemy" to stem from military service - certainly a plausible explanation as to why someone would be prejudiced against one ethnic group, not another. Having said that, I would expect Alf not to like Roo's suitor because he wasn't good enough for his little girl, rather than his race
  3. If he was going to be against a particular race, it would likely be the race that was shooting at him during the war.
  4. Alf fought in vietnam - makes sense he'd have more problem with Asians than Europeans. And Frank was pretty Australianised
  5. Could be that they all thought bringing up Bobby would be too painful for the other characters...
  6. I'm not sure the police would rush in like they did on Jesse and Kylie's wedding day. It would me more off a here's a summons crime.
  7. Josh did feel responsible - he thought he could have saved her, if he had a defib
  8. It strikes me as the sort of thing that Alf wouldn't have hidden in the house he shared with Ailsa - it was a secret he was kept from her and he would have kept it elsewhere...
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  10. Yeah, but that was always meant to happen - they even go by the same name - the first syllable of their surname....
  11. They just cut scenes AFAIK - for example they may have embraced and kissed, but we just saw the hug - something like that. Damn Celia Stewart types....
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