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Donna Bishop/Rob Storey (1994-1995)


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I know Donna gets some criticism for being a forgettable character in the show but I see that as personal opinion and in my personal opinion I quite liked her. And Rob Storey, one of the best characters of the sitcom year 1994. 1994 was more like Only Fools And Horses than Home And Away lol.

I met Nicola Quilter just over 2 weeks ago at the stall in Camden and am pleased to meet a former Home And Away star at last. Her character Donna's most major story was her domestic abuse storyline with Andrew Warren.

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I liked Donna. The actress was OK as far as I remember and she was a likeable person. The creation of her character was interesting in that she was (apparently) and old Summer Bay resident who went to school with the original Fletcher kids. I think being around for a short time and only having one decent story, doesn't make her a bad character, but I understand how she could be called forgettable.

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The Andrew/Donna storyline is to this day one of my favourite H&A storylines. Actually it was the storyline that got me hooked on the show. I taped all the episodes from that story on my old VCR player..

2 years to go and 7TWO will hopefully get there!!

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I remember when Rob just vanished to his boat shed in 1995 never to be seen again. My fave Donna moments are Jack seeing her in the shower and the Andrew Warren storyline.

He still had an off-screen presence as late as 1999, The writers still had him live in town just not appear.

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