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- 28th September 2008
Yes. I enjoyed Karen a lot more than expected this time round.Karen doesn't really care about Patricia, she cares about money. She talks money and she talks business.
It would have been so easy to create a Patricia-clone, but she really is her own unique character, and a very entertaining one at that.
Mitch is a funny old character. There's so much conflict and antagonism going on and yet for his entire run he remains almost entirely forgettable for me.The very first mention of Bob is accompanied with a sinister score, not that he needed it because there's nothing but madness in his eyes.
Absolutely.The David/Patricia romance is being recycled, and the only way to achieve that is to make David look as gullible as possible, almost like a Stepford robot without any real thoughts or feelings.
I'd rather watch him being unreasonable and making bad decisions, like his affair with Margaret, than not acting/reacting at all.
Isn't that a great moment? Because it's almost the truth, but with a special Patricia twist.instead of kidnapping the baby from Beryl's womb, she hijacks the news of the pregnancy! Oh it's just so nasty!
I'd have been interested to see this one as they're a pair well met in many ways. To be fair, though, I also enjoy the "unrequited love" angle. And it's unique to see David involved in a platonic relationship with a women.Before that, the story also hinted at the possibility of Irene becoming David's new woman, and I think it would have been a very different but also very interesting drama.
When asked for her least favourite storyline in the series, Judy Nunn said:The pacing of Todd's illness/demise seems just right since it gives all characters involved the chance to show what they're really made of, without creating a never-ending snotfest.
Not surprisingly, there's a disagreement between Irene and Karen & Nat regarding Todd's decisions, and it kind of plays out like one of those adoptive vs. biological parents drama, and you're not sure whom to root for.
I love the pragmatism of the last sentence, and think Judy shares Irene's "roll up your sleeves and get on with the job" approach towards the next challenge.Saying goodbye to my son who was going off to die in a clinic in Switzerland. I found it difficult to believe that I wouldn't have gone with him. Most untruthful, but then his contract was up and mine wasn't