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  1. I tend to disagree with this statement. In fact, I think the best thing they could've done was to skip over the mourning and the grief. It's honestly the most boring thing to watch when it's all the time and as you noted, it would've been at least a third of the cast... And really, by skipping it all, it allowed for them to go back into normal storytelling as opposed to having to wait it out...
  2. Hi Greg, There is a VW Kombi in the episode. Below is a screen cap from 4015. The scene from which this cap is taken is between Sally, Flynn, Leah and Dan as they head on a camping trip together. I've blurred out the number plate, on the off-chance it's the same. Hope this helps!
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  5. I'd say it'd be part of the contractual agreement that Seven has made with Five.
  6. Well interestingly, the decision to marry Rhys and Beth was made by then-Script Producer, Coral Drouyn. She left the series halfway through the 2004 season and was replaced by Bevan Lee. Of Bevan's decision to write out Rhys (and Max), he said in a 2004 BTTB interview: "I preferred to lose Rhys and Max through a very human story of a man falling in love with his first wife again." Of Coral's opinion on Rhy's departure, she said in a 2007 BTTB interview: "I would not have got rid of Rhys – at least not for some time. I think Beth was made into a victim…and I haven’t watched the show this year so I don’t know where’s she’s going now. I had planned a pregnancy for them, which threw the whole family into disarray (Kirsty and Beth pregnant together) and then …because of her age…. The baby has problems – will be disabled…and she has to make the decision whether or not to go full term. She decides to terminate – for the baby’s sake….Rhys is outraged and leaves her. Kirsty and even Kit turns against her….you killed a baby….they can’t understand her dilemma…. that she felt it not fair to bring a really disabled baby into the world. Hopefully it would have played with the same intensity as the Rhys infidelity and the Kirsty/Kane story."
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  10. I have always thought that John and Marilyn would be much better off without each other. Both characters have immense potential, but not married to one another.
  11. It more comes down to contractual obligations with paying actors.
  12. We said goodbye to Henry Hunter after a relatively short time on the show, was the character not working out as planned? Tobi wanted to concentrate on his schooling and the character wasn’t required for a frontburner story, so it was a mutual evolution. from BacktotheBay's exclusive interview with Script Executive, Dan Bennett
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