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Its quite clear to me that Don cares about Angel. I hope she doesn't leave the house because I like her relationship with Fisher. And he bought her a teddy bear aww :P

I honestly thought he was gonna start blubbering when he read the journal but that would be too Un-Fisher-like... (Although in upcoming eps, he may shed more than a few tears).

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If the writers in the last year had remembered that Bobby was meant to wear glasses maybe she would have seen that log

Just to confirm that the Early Years airings are indeed continuing over Christmas as they did last year. Which also means our timeline (spoiler alert) as to when the major events of the season air

Here's a little something from the archive that may be of interest regarding Bobby/Nicolle:

It kind of feels like we're in the year of the stodgy parental figures.Don has suddenly decided to make Angel homeless for the heinous crime of having a boyfriend (his justification that she lied to him doesn't really hold water, since Shane and Angel tried to be upfront about it in the first place and he still threatened to kick her out):The fact that the other adults, bar Nick, seem fine with that is slightly worrying.

I was hoping that when the doctor said that both Angel and Shane had to be confined to bed, Nick would chip in 'separately?' just to wind up Don...

Actually Don makes that exact crack himself bitterly, an episode or two later, rather risque for him...

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I completely forgot Luke was in the boat as well. now i wish it was him that didnt make it out alive. luke is alright but bobby is better. It was a little freaky when the they showed the log sitting there earlier and seeing adam head towards it going way to fast. the next week will be sad.

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I'm now up to 1296, so a bit behind.It's pretty obvious, knowing what's coming up, that they're only showing Bobby and Greg happy and putting their recent troubles behind them so that the accident has a greater impact, but hey, clichés becoming clichés because they work.

I well remember Shane and Angel being sick together, although the fact it was measles slipped my mind and I had no idea it went on so long.The scene with the notebook was one that stuck in the mind a lot.Ah well, they're both back on their feet now.I'm not sure anyone could have anticipated the day when we'd be cheering Shane on when he yelled at Don but in this case it was appropriate.

Meanwhile, I continue to have no memory whatsoever of Sally's rebellion.Michael did the right thing going to the party after her, they could hardly wait around for her to deign to come home.I actually thought Craig might be all right back when he was nice to Sally after her singing, but nope, he's a tool.I'd like to say Sally's taste gets better, but for the next few years it won't...

And yes, they might as well be playing sinister music every time Adam's boat is mentioned.And the number of people helping and encouraging him just adds to the dramatic irony, since if they knew what we knew they'd be doing their best to dissuade him.

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I really think that Bobby's death made a huge impact on "Home and Away".. even more then Tom's death. It was an end to an era. So many characters left by now: Steven, Sophie, Carly, Ben, Celia, Blake, Frank.. and now poor Bobby, a character that developed so much over the years. Do you think the show made a correct decision by killing her character?

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I really think that Bobby's death made a huge impact on "Home and Away".. even more then Tom's death. It was an end to an era. So many characters left by now: Steven, Sophie, Carly, Ben, Celia, Blake, Frank.. and now poor Bobby, a character that developed so much over the years. Do you think the show made a correct decision by killing her character?

I don't think they did in the long run. I can understand why they did it, for a start it could have been a little hard to imagine Bobby leaving Summer Bay - but then they could have made it happen and given her a 'temporary' exit along with Sam and Greg. And obviously she was a massively loved character so they would have had a huge ratings boost (which they did... I think to this day Bobby's death remains the most watched episode of H&A in Australia, Sally's stabbing coming second).

But in the long run, no I wish they hadn't killed her off and I think it was the wrong decision. Who knows, perhaps Nicole would have liked to return again at some point after a few years break. She did start acting again in the later 90's (All Saints etc.) perhaps by then she would have been up for a return and with hindsight she could have been a perfect choice to replace Pippa in 1998 when Debra decided it was time to go.

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Meanwhile, I continue to have no memory whatsoever of Sally's rebellion.Michael did the right thing going to the party after her, they could hardly wait around for her to deign to come home.I actually thought Craig might be all right back when he was nice to Sally after her singing, but nope, he's a tool.I'd like to say Sally's taste gets better, but for the next few years it won't...

Too Right. Gus Bishop, Joe Lynch and Scott Irwin, anyone?

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