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Who remembers this storyline?

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You have reminded me of when Jesse killed Chloe because he was drink driving. The only person understandably angry was Alf and was talked round in a matter of episodes. And Irene didn't even mention it as she was too busy with a custody battle. When I think about things like that it makes me thing that the current show is no worse then in 2005.

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I've noticed a pattern of them bringing back former characters when a current character is about to leave

1993; Karen returns several weeks before Les Hill bows out as Blake

2005: Chloe being killed off in order to speed up Jesse's impending departure

2009: Shelley's return following Kirsty's miscarriage and subsequent departure

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You have reminded me of when Jesse killed Chloe because he was drink driving. The only person understandably angry was Alf and was talked round in a matter of episodes. And Irene didn't even mention it as she was too busy with a custody battle. When I think about things like that it makes me thing that the current show is no worse then in 2005.

I think this storyline was one of the first times I released H&A had changed and stopped being character driven. I remember being quite frustrated with the way a lot of the characters treated Jesse. I don't think Alf was the only one who was angry - a lot of them seemed to either turn there back on him or not care (due to poor writing).

When Jesse was suicidal I seem to remember Sally and Flynn being quite cold towards him too. I don't know, I just ended up feeling more sorry for Jesse than anything else because the writers seemed to turn him into someone we were supposed to be angry with. I just don't think it was very well written.

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