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  1. No I don't as a matter of fact. Anyway what is the issue here? It's not as if Home And Away has never had a gay character in its life. Remember Shannon and Mandy?
  2. "Embarrassing for Home And Away"??? That is a matter of opinion! Face it. Some things simply aren't meant for TV. This is one of them.
  3. Because it is unnecessary. We get enough politics and people telling people what to think, without subliminal, sneaky messages hidden in entertainment. Enough's enough!
  4. Aha. If Dieter wanted to go "ASAP" that would explain the rush job of an exit he had (and it seems I was right in saying his exit was a rush job). Shane & Angel couldn't leave together, it looks like because Angel wasn't quite done yet, so Angel was left a widow without Shane for awhile. Shane's death meant he would have a permanent exit, he would never come back again.
  5. I don't know if this has been answered before, but how far ahead was Shane's exit planned, and when was it decided Shane would be killed off The reason I ask is because it seemed quite rushed. His ashes were buried at sea only a couple of episodes after his death, and there wasn't much of a reunion (only Damian returned for one last visit)
  6. How do they come up with the weird spellings for some of the characters in the show, such as: Nick and Shane "Parrish" with 2 rs Tug "O'Neale" (instead of O'Neill) Hayden's name being spelt "Haydn" without the e
  7. Around the time of Bobby's death there were 2 Aboriginal brothers, the main one being Kevin. Shane tried to go into business with him selling Aboriginal artworks but Kevin didn't like the idea of making too much money out of selling copies
  8. When trying to find out what is going on with The Early Years, bear in mind that, as stated in my recently-closed thread '7TWO Transmission Discussion', it is my belief and understanding that Dan F and the team have done everything they can to enquire with the highest powers at the Seven Network (the Director Of Network Programming, and the Content Rights Manager), and is standing by on a long-term basis for answers and updates, while conceding that we may never know really why the plug was pulled.
  9. Home And Away used to be on at 5:30pm, so it would hardly be the first time it has changed time slots
  10. But what do you do when you're constrained by professional ethics?
  11. Skipping a few hundred episodes would mean we would miss: Michael's death The school siege Cloe's rape storyline Pippa getting an Order Of Australia .....and a whole swag of other great storylines
  12. They did that for "Rebecca" too when she died of breast cancer
  13. Personally (and it is my opinion only) we covered almost all the good episodes. We still fell short of Alf dressed as a clown then exploding when he thought Alsa was having it off with that Italian bloke. Oh and the school siege and Michael's death.
  14. On Saturday it will be exactly one year since the plug was pulled on Home And Away: The Early Years on 7TWO at Episode 1880 on Friday, May 26, 2017. And there has been no change since the last update Dan F was able to get from the Seven Network's Director Of Network Programming outlining the reasoning behind the disappearance of what has otherwise been a successful repeat run. PS. By the way, did you know the original repeat run was pulled almost on the same date in 2002 (when we reached Episode 623)? May 24, 2002 was when that last episode was shown.
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