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Old 29-12-2012, 23:01
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Old 29-12-2012, 23:05
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Part 7!!

I thought Diane still wore a wig until I saw some old episodes, then I realized that her old hair (the wig) was enormous! So her hair now must be her real hair, but highlighted blonde.

Val wears a wig
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Old 29-12-2012, 23:31
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Old 29-12-2012, 23:39
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Welcome to Part 7 everyone!

Val wears a wig
I saw an interview with her on Daybreak, if IIRC she had blonde hair, so she does wear a wig
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Old 29-12-2012, 23:53
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Hello everyone! I am new to the site, but thought I would join in!

I also thought Diane wore a wig, and no idea that Val did!! Maybe its my eyes.. I will be on the look out in Monday's episode. Also, I think I missed something, but where is Diane, where has she gone? They mention her as not around, but I dont know where she is?
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Old 29-12-2012, 23:57
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Hello everyone! I am new to the site, but thought I would join in!

I also thought Diane wore a wig, and no idea that Val did!! Maybe its my eyes.. I will be on the look out in Monday's episode. Also, I think I missed something, but where is Diane, where has she gone? They mention her as not around, but I dont know where she is?
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Old 30-12-2012, 00:02
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Old 30-12-2012, 00:09
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Hello everyone! I am new to the site, but thought I would join in!

I also thought Diane wore a wig, and no idea that Val did!! Maybe its my eyes.. I will be on the look out in Monday's episode. Also, I think I missed something, but where is Diane, where has she gone? They mention her as not around, but I dont know where she is?
Hello and welcome

I didn't think either of them wore wigs Diane has gone to Brighton I think, to see Bernice's ex and other daughter (Deedee?)
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Old 30-12-2012, 12:31
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ah, ok.... I must have missed that bit somehow I was totally confused as to where she was with Bernice back and Chas out of prison. Funny time for the actress to be off given all of the SLs taking place in the Woolie...

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Old 30-12-2012, 17:02
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Watching a few episodes as I have recently, my main observation about Emmerdale is how stale it's become. It's in urgent need of surgery, preferably with better storylines, some characters who you actually care about and a shift away from the constant lying and criminality we get. I'm really hoping the next producer can achieve at least a measure of this. The show as it stands is awful in my opinion. Six million for the Xmas episode was poor but not surprising. It looks like Moron & Laurel, Chas, Cain, Paddy, Bernice and the Chavs are all in it for the long haul, so a return to consistent good form seems unlikely. Any improvement would be welcome though.
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:08
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Watching a few episodes as I have done recently, my main observation about Emmerdale is how stale it's become. It's in urgent need of surgery, preferably with better storylines, some characters who you can actually care about and a shift away from the constant lying and criminality we get. I'm really hoping the next producer can achieve at least a measure of this. The show as it stands is awful in my opinion. Six million for the Xmas episode was poor but not surprising. It looks like Moron & Laurel, Chas, Cain, Paddy, Bernice and the Chavs are all in it for the long haul, so an all round return to form seems unlikely. Any improvement would be welcome though.
BIB He better be But there certainly needs to be less doom and gloom and a move back to the old community feel that has disappeared over the past year or so.
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:13
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But there certainly needs to be less doom and gloom
The opening scenes of the Xmas episode set the tone for the whole show. A collection of miserable gits all moping around to the grim Tears For Fears Mad World cover. How depressing
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:13
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Hi and welcome lyn and good to see you back musty, I have said it before and I will say it again, if I have to suffer so will you.
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:15
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Hi and welcome lyn and good to see you back musty, I have said it before and I will say it again, if I have to suffer so will you.
I'm glad I'm not alone Tinkie
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:18
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I get the completely opposite impression - in fact the opening scenes of the Xmas episode set the tone for the whole show. A collection of various miserable gits moping around to the grim Tears For Fears Mad World cover. How depressing
Ha! Very true, can't argue with this at all. That's two Christmasses in a row that have been pretty depressing (Amy giving away her baby the year before). THIS year though I never made the mistake of watching it on Xmas day itself and caught up with Xmas eve, day and boxing day episodes on the 27th.

I know people complain that EE is depressing but to me it was 'party time!' compared to ED. EE was full of people arguing, shocks etc but it didn't leave me feeling down like ED did - in fact I found all the shouting, facial expressions etc on EE highly amusing




Anyway, WHEY HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!! PART 7!!!!!!

I'm almost sure I've commented in every single part
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:21
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That's two Christmasses in a row that have been pretty depressing (Amy giving away her baby the year before).
Good grief, I'd forgotten the dreaded phone box incident Lotty At least it wasn't as bad as that
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:28
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I thought last Christmas was depressing, but nevertheless very moving. This time, it was a character I don't care about murdering another character whom I didn't care about (and who was purely in the wrong place at the wrong time). there wasn't enough of the more festive stuff, like family meal scenes. But this year they won't be worrying about doing dramatic stuff for a 40th anniversary, so they might get back to character development.
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:31
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When I am sober enough, I will ,make some comments. Crikey how many times have I said it this last week?
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Old 30-12-2012, 17:51
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When I am sober enough, I will ,make some comments. Crikey how many times have I said it this last week?
Tinks! What are you like?! It's no good, I have to discreetly point you in this direction.

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Old 30-12-2012, 17:57
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Tinks! What are you like?! It's no good, I have to discreetly point you in this direction.

(Not that they did me any good)

Thanks jaded, I clicked on the link and hurriedly clicked off. Been there done it Only joking
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Old 30-12-2012, 18:04
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Tinks! What are you like?! It's no good, I have to discreetly point you in this direction.
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Old 30-12-2012, 18:15
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Don't encourage jaded, musty. ED has to take it's fair share of what it is doing to me. I know I hear you cry, just switch off but I cant although Mr tinks would like me to
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Old 30-12-2012, 18:32
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Don't encourage jaded, musty. ED has to take it's fair share of what it is doing to me. I know I hear you cry, just switch off but I cant
There must be treatment for it Tinkie
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Old 30-12-2012, 19:30
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Ha! Very true, can't argue with this at all. That's two Christmasses in a row that have been pretty depressing (Amy giving away her baby the year before). THIS year though I never made the mistake of watching it on Xmas day itself and caught up with Xmas eve, day and boxing day episodes on the 27th.
I know people complain that EE is depressing but to me it was 'party time!' compared to ED. EE was full of people arguing, shocks etc but it didn't leave me feeling down like ED did - in fact I found all the shouting, facial expressions etc on EE highly amusing




Anyway, WHEY HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!! PART 7!!!!!!

I'm almost sure I've commented in every single part
dear debbie pushed alicia into the christmas dinner last year toohow nice
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Old 30-12-2012, 19:32
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There must be treatment for it Tinkie
There isn't musty, believe me
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