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Post by Lou on Tue Aug 12, 2008 3:41 pm

I've watched this from the start, but I find the current crop are really quite tedious. I couldnt care less about Faye and Joseph, I dont like Faye at all and thought Joesph was better off with Jac (even if she was a bitch), Faye is just dull.

And the new nurse Daisha doesnt interest me either, especially now she's going to murder her unborn child by having an illegal abortion after 24 weks. I cant believe Mark is going along with it Mad
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Post by Lou on Wed Sep 03, 2008 2:36 pm

It was a bit unbelievable this week. Even Rick Griffin wouldnt put work before his son's funeral No

I really dont like Faye, I think she's an extremely dull character. Joseph needs to get a bit of life in him and get back with Jac.
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Post by Lou on Thu Sep 25, 2008 5:56 am

I've been enjoying Holby City lately, the storyline with the Tans and the co-joined twins has been really good. It makes me wonder what sort of doctor you'd trust if the same happened to you. Would you want a Connie Beauchamp type, who's completely clinical and even when it comes to her own family doesnt let sentiment get in the way, or a Linden Cullen type, who's an excellent surgeon who's torn between statistical probabilities and his Hippocratic oath?

I dont know what I'd do in that situation, while the probability is one child could be saved, I dont think I could sign a death warrant for the other child. And the Hippocratic oath states a doctor should preserve life, so how can they operate knowing they would be killing a baby.

It would be a horrible decision to make.
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Post by Lou on Tue Sep 30, 2008 2:21 pm

I'm really enjoying this season so much! I think its because the current storyline with the Tans has been a slow burner. Rather than the family arrive, have the baby and separate them in a week or two weeks, its give you chance to 'get to know' the family and empathise with the couple and the traumatic decision they had to make.
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Post by Lou on Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:57 pm

Aww they did it, (not that I thought they wouldnt). Brought a tear to the eye when the Tans first saw the babies separated Smile
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Post by Lou on Sat Oct 11, 2008 3:26 am

Welsh actress Rakie Ayola is to leave Holby City at the end of the year, Digital Spy can exclusively reveal.

The 39-year-old, who has played the role of Kyla Tyson since February 2006, is to be written out of the show so she can have a baby in real life.

Speaking of her departure, Ayola told DS: "It's strange but sad at the same time. I've had a great time and I'll miss it. I made the decision purely because I was pregnant, but I wasn't really ready to put down the character of Kyla. I'm very sorry to have to let her go."

She added: "I'm having a baby and have become involved in a lot of charity work lately, so that's keeping me busy - but it's difficult to look for work when you're pregnant!"

A source added: "It has come to the end of an era at Holby with the departure of Abra and Kyla. Both Adrian Edmondson and Rakie Ayola are sadly set to leave Holby City for the final time at the end of the year.

"Kyla is left torn between the two people she loves most - Abra and her son Max. Although planning to head to Rotterdam with her son, Abra's surprise appearance from Ghana confuses things.

"Abra declares his love for Kyla, but Kyla's heard this all before and is unsure if she can trust him again. So will Kyla go with Max to Rotterdam or back to Ghana with Abra? You'll have to watch to find out."

Both actors have filmed their final scenes and will remain on screen until Tuesday, December 9.


I'll be quite glad when she leaves, Kyla is a miserable old trout, with a 'woe is me' attitude.
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Post by Lou on Tue Nov 11, 2008 7:54 am

The normally straight-laced Joseph (Luke Roberts) earns some Brownie points. Trapped in a lift with a heavily pregnant Daisha – lucky Daisha – he has to deliver the baby.

But he is no midwife or baby doctor. Will he be able to cope? Will they get the lift working in time? He can’t stop smiling afterwards, in contrast to Faye, who has a face like thunder when she sees him with the newborn.


Saw this coming a mile off last week. Pregnant woman goes into lift near the end of programme ........... of course the lift breaks down Rolling Eyes Its the cliché to end all clichés.

Still it will be nice to see Faye with her smug smile wiped off her face Twisted Evil

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