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You are pretty much up to where I am now....
Yes, I looked and the first series is on Dailymotion. After that, it appears to be just sporadic episodes from the DVD releases and then a few from the last year or so. Better than nowt I suppose.There are more videos by other uploaders, but not the complete series.
I am devastated because I was "living" Sons & Daughters - when I didn't watch it I was thinking of/dreaming about it.
I've got plenty of other stuff to watch, but right now I'm in mourning and I don't want to watch something else.
No, not better than nowt - I need to watch everything.Better than nowt I suppose.
I remember discussing the show with a friend at school and he described her as being "like a vampire". It seemed to fit then and it still does.Charlie Bartlett is...surreal. She's Morgan "Paper Dolls" Fairchild playing Eartha Kitt.
It's the same for me this time round. Watching Pat McDonald in Number 96 since the last time I saw S&D in full has helped with that, because Dorrie and Fiona are worlds apart.just watched episode 51 and realized how much I love and respect Fiona
I think that's a complicated one and I think there's more than is being said. I think it partly has to do with how Patricia landed Gordon (ostensibly as a carer for his child, but with the intention of working on Gordon).Rosie hates her because she had the nerve to marry Gordon, was he supposed to be a widower for the rest of his life?
The tumultuous introduction of Beryl's brother Rob
Speaking of horses, Allan Pascoe looks too suave to be a stable's manager
Angela tells Charlie that she'd hate to see her mother end up like her (Charlie)
Wayne thinks John is going to undermine his position at Woombai
yet another hunk with gorgeous hair joins the cast of S&D.
it appears to have been taken down from YouTube.
Yes. I was looking forward to watching episode 70 last night and found it wasn't there. The same episode is on another YouTube channel, so I'll keep watching until I'm no longer able to watch consecutive episodes. Then I'll be cold turkey time.There are more videos by other uploaders, but not the complete series.
That's not so bad then. At least they haven't disappeared forever, or been hidden from public view permanently.The Sons & Daughters channel has announced that the videos will be offline for a few weeks due to some kind of update or maintenance.
So...after episode 100 I'm going to watch CONNIE or something.
Thanks Willie. Much like love, the S&D YouTube playlist is very strange, it can come and go
Tough decision. A round number seems the way to go, but to cliffhanger it with an end-of-a-decade number creates a sense of melancholy and excitement.But I still may watch the Episode 70 that I found... just to round things off.
Just checked some random videos and I must say the picture quality is really poor, especially if you watch it in full screen.Dailymotion platform, I might struggle on with the episodes there
I agree, at least it explains why Charlie never walks, she glides and slithers.he described her as being "like a vampire". It seemed to fit then and it still does.
Gosh, imagine if Dorrie was Fiona's twin sister...because Dorrie and Fiona are worlds apart
Excellent point. But in that case it was mostly Gordon's fault since he was looking for a nanny - if it hadn't been Patricia it would have been someone else.I'd imagine that after Gordon's first wife died, Rosie became a de facto nanny to Wayne and probably got very attached to him
I like the idea of them swapping places and confusing everyone. With all the deaths on S&D, Dorrie could would have numerous opportunities to say "last will and testicles". And she could confess to people that she used to be a Protestant.Gosh, imagine if Dorrie was Fiona's twin sister...
Yes indeed. But human nature dictates that, more often than not, the injured party blames the third party and not the person they knew to begin with. It's like when a man has an affair and the wife takes it out on the mistress, even though it's the husband that's betrayed her.Excellent point. But in that case it was mostly Gordon's fault since he was looking for a nanny - if it hadn't been Patricia it would have been someone else.
I like it. It's another layer to the "us" and "them" factor on the series.When Beryl told her she grew up in the country she (Rosie) instantly liked her. Somehow this struck me as some kind of snobbery, not the same as the Sydney elite, but there was a sense of superiority and favouristism.