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Increasing amounts of Unmissable Drama


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Over the last 6 months or so the show has heightened the drama of several plots to be unmissable moments for a select number of, however the aftermath is often dragged on for months to come. 

With recent examples being Suzie's death, the taco truck explosion, Dean and Mia's car crash, and now

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Tori's wedding and the gas poisoning at Salt

Should we expect to see more of these larger scale events and storylines, or have they been implemented due to COVID and the unpredictability of scheduling to allow for key cliffhangers across the Olympic, UK and AUS breaks. 

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I don't think it's a new thing to be honest, but there are times when it is higher than others.

1995 - 1996 had the plane crash, the bushfire, the flood and the earthquake all in the space of about a year. 

2006 - 2008 seemed to have the "disaster of the week", with stuff like the cyclone, the wedding explosion, the helicopter crash, the school fire and probably more I can't even think of right now. Martha, Belle and/or Sally were always involved.

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Oh, the mid-late 2000s were bonkers.  Don't forget Johnny and Rocco, Sally getting stabbed (twice), Kelli Vale trying to kill Amanda, Irene getting posioned.  That was the real start of someone always in hospital or every week we were in the cop shop.

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