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1989 Episode Discussion

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I've probably said this before in the thread, but I found that around the time Sophie and her dad entered it had become a bit long winded and slightly tedious. I still enjoyed watching it, but compared to 1988 and 1990, that period - which probably only lasted three or so months - was a bit dry. It picked up towards the end of the season though Imo such as when Pippa was on her mission to help Sophie out.

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^ Technically it was 1990, but it counts as 1989 from a production standpoint. That had to be one of the biggest seasons produced, mind you 1996 went on forever (production wise), too.

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I liked the bunyip story. And when they had that fish funeral. All silly though. Not so keen on the Danny Price story. Especially for such a dramatic event it has never been mentioned since by Bobby or Morag.

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LOL the Bunyip storyline was entertaining, but silly at the same time. While I love both Martin and Lance, I do feel like that their storylines kept going around in circles so I can see why they left in early 1990 to be honest.

I thought the ending of the Danny Price/Farnsworth storyline was strange, but I did enjoy it. My favourite storylines of 1989 was Bobby's discovery of her real parents, Dodge's reign in Summer Bay and the shark storyline involving Rory and I guess anything involving Morag.

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I think in some way you are right. I felt Lance became more intelligent later on in his first stint and Martin was more keen on making money through quick-rich schemes but it felt like we went around in circles a little too much.

However, during that time it was still entertaining to watch though.

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