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Post by HiJo on Fri May 15, 2009 2:57 pm

Quite a creepy episode seen mainly from Stacey's deranged point of view. Right from the start when she got up from the bed wearing yesterday's clothes, gleaming with sweat, and headed out without washing or changing, it all seemed just wrong. Even Bradley backed away from her and I don't think it was cos of the BO.

She went straight to Max's room, how did she know which one was his?
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Post by Lou on Fri May 15, 2009 4:35 pm

There's a thought, she might have been waiting there a while if she'd gone into Phil's room instead Laughing

TBH I just wanted to slap her, she irritated me like mad. I hope her and Jean leave for bi polar island soon.

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Post by HiJo on Sat May 16, 2009 2:32 pm

It's coming to something when Jean's the one talking sense Shocked . Charlie wasn't impressed and I don't blame him. But really, why should a household with that much money coming in have so many problems paying their electric bill? Charlie's working full time, Stacey, Jean and Mo must be paying rent for their rooms. And their electric's been cut off, so they must have been in dire straits before last week when Stacey was supposed to pay the bill. How do people living on benefits manage to pay? I realise it's just a plot device so Charlie can tell Stacey to leave, but her behaviour alone was enough for that. Bringing home strange men who might murder everyone in their bed for a start.

Unlike the Slaters, I wouldn't be the least bit understanding if my daughter came down to breakfast in the morning with some bit of rough I'd never seen in my life before. And if he was half naked, and insisted on snogging her at the breakfast table, I'd have thrown him out. How disrespectful.
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Post by lulu on Sat May 16, 2009 3:23 pm

I'm glad it's not just me. Nobody batted an eyelid at the random bloke, as if it were the norm.It certainly wouldn't have happened in our house.
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