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I can only guess Frank and Roo's theme was more memorable and Mike Perjanik wanted to use it again as fans would remember it (it was used throughout 1988 up until Frank's departure in 1989, whereas Frank and Bobby's song was only used for a short period).

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I actually clapped when Ailsa had a go at Frank-he totally deserved that.

And I didn't like the way Alf fired Marilyn just because she came up a business venture-but glad they sorted things out even though he gave her job to Lou.

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I remember an interview with Emily Symons on a British TV show, where she said that there was a bit of a problem between her and one of the cast or crew members in the early 90's. And the person ended up being fired because of it. Emily decided to leave shortly afterwards. It may not have had anything to do with the reason she decided to leave, but I've always wondered about that one. The presenter of the show tried to get her to spill the beans but she didn't elaborate on it.

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Was that when she was returning to the show? I remember her appearing on Live and Kicking or some such show talking about her return, which was obviously before she'd started filming as it seemed to be about a year and a half before she appeared on screen. I remember wondering if I'd dreamt it until she appeared in the titles one day.

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I remember an interview with Emily Symons on a British TV show, where she said that there was a bit of a problem between her and one of the cast or crew members in the early 90's. And the person ended up being fired because of it. Emily decided to leave shortly afterwards. It may not have had anything to do with the reason she decided to leave, but I've always wondered about that one. The presenter of the show tried to get her to spill the beans but she didn't elaborate on it.

I have a feeling it might have been Greg Benson or Dee Smart for me. However I think it was probably Benson. It explains a lot.

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^I don't know, but it was hinted that she was getting unwanted attention from whoever it was. I saw the interview about ten years ago so it's very vague, but I was under the impression, from what she said, that it was 'romantic attention'.

Was that when she was returning to the show? I remember her appearing on Live and Kicking or some such show talking about her return, which was obviously before she'd started filming as it seemed to be about a year and a half before she appeared on screen. I remember wondering if I'd dreamt it until she appeared in the titles one day.

It was in the early 2000's, after she'd left 'for good'. I'm thinking 2001. As far as I can remember it was on an afternoon panel show like 'The View'.

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Can someone tell me what happened to Christmas. We saw decorations and tress up and even a live turkey and of course Marilyns pagent. But we actually didnt have a Christmas day. We went from the pagent to really nothing. Last year we even saw new years eve.

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