Friday, February 19, 2010

Roxy in East Enders.


I'm backing her as the killer as she is the least likely. Apologies to non - watchers of BBC TV.
Oooooh I can't wait!
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28 comments:

Eryl Shields said...

She looks quite murderous in this picture!

BBC said...

I don't watch things like that, but I watch very little TV, I don't even have a cable attached to it and just watch rented movies a few times a year. My preference is romantic comedy's.

Anyway, at my video blog if it isn't showing try tapping your F5 key to refresh the window and then see if you can view it.

The screen is black as I didn't put a title on it I guess, you have to click on the little arrow in the lower left corner to get it rolling, if it's available, it was just a few minutes ago.

Pat said...

Eryl: soon see if I'm right. Don't hold your breath.

BBC:I'm with you on romantic comedies. I'm sure your video will work -its the blank white ones that bother me.

Berowne said...

"I'm backing her as the killer as she is the least likely."

Since the killer is usually the least likely, why don't writers make the killer the MOST likely?

I know, it's hardly likely. :-)

savannah said...

i've never seen the east enders! last time i was in london, i forgot to try and catch a view! *sigh* xoxoxo

Four Dinners said...

Sorry babe.

Couldn't give a monkeys.

I almost decided to watch tonight as it's live and the thought of someone screwing their lines up was almost too much to bare!!!

I did watch early on when it was The Den and Angie show. It had some comedy in it then like The Street.

That's it's problem. Too little comedy and let's face it. Life has so much comedy about it!!!

What ever happened to Mary The Punk?

Jimmy Bastard said...

Thank you jaysus for creating me as a man.

Madame DeFarge said...

I reckon the wooden horse did it.

Pat said...

Berowne: I think in this case maybe they did.

Savannah: we get quite a few of your excellent series I suppose Enders would present too much of a language difficulty. I have problems myself at times:)

Four.D: I missed Den and Angie - must have been otherwise involved. I had to stop watching Mary the punk - it was too fighteningly real. I don't mind an honest murder but not incest or children in peril.

Jimmy : I'm sure the ladies will join me in drinking to that:)

Madame D: now you're not taking it seriously - I can tell.

mapstew said...

Soaps are banned in our house!

Though the ladies do watch the hospital thingy, Gray's Anatomy! I'm banned to the pub when it's on. (Maybe they SHOULD watch all the soaps!) :¬)

xxx

Maggie said...

Still in California here. Let us know if she was the bad guy. :)

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I haven't seen this show, though we do get BBC America--not sure if they show this...I'll have to check it out. She looks like a very pretty murderous...lol!

Pat said...

Mapstew: EastEnders and Coronation St are my guilty secret. Not proud of it.

Maggie: she was the least likely - there were ten other likely ones and it was Stacey who had been raped by the victim but the twist is the baby she is expecting was not his. Whose we have yet to discover. Meanwhile - tragically the man she loves who can't be the father and who she has married in the last 24 hours has just fallen to his death from a roof. Confused? Join the club):

Naomi: if you read the comment above you may possibly think twice before getting involved:)

Granny Annie said...

I will pick a BBC telecast over and USA anytime I have a choice. I haven't come across East Enders but maybe I can get that on Netflix>

lom said...

I don't watch it, but was it her?

Pat said...

Grannie Annie:please read the comment above to Maggie and ask yourself if you really want to:)

LOM: no it wasn't. See comment to Maggie if you wan to be really confused.

lom said...

I think I will stick with Emmerdale and Coronation street, but saying that, Joe told Gail he was going to fake his own death to claim an the insurance and went out on his boat telling Gail to phone the police and say he hadn’t come back in. However Gail has told everyone he has gone on a job and her son sent his daughter flowers and a text for her birthday from Joe, neither of them knowing that Joe really is dead, and now the police have found the body!

Pat said...

LOM: I wish I could say that's news to me but Emmerdale and the rest are strangers;)

Scarlet Blue said...

Be proud of your soap secrets, Pat! The writing in Corrie sometimes borders on genius [tis dull at the moment though with all the focus on Gail - she's going to to be done for murder isn't she?]
And 'Enders - I'm a little disappointed that Stacey turned out to be the killer... I think it should have been Ryan.
Sx

Pat said...

Scarlet: OK one more - Neighbours - I've seen embryo stars and it filled a gap when I left home, business and friends. They always have one I love to hate - Dan at the moment and in Corrie, Gail drives me nuts so not much sympathy there.
Is Ryan Janine's room mate? I'm glad Bradley's gone he was such a misery guts.
It's maddening when one misses an episode or three and the whole thing takes a different direction and one's left perplexed. But somehow it doesn't really matter. I suppose it's like a comfort blanket.
Did you ever see the American 'Soap'? It was hilarious.

john.g. said...

Couldn't give a ****!

Pat said...

John.g: Couldn't give a ****!

Couldn't give a toss is perfectly acceptable dear;)
I know full well men don't soap.

sablonneuse said...

It's Bear who's the avid Eastenders watcher in our house but I did get curious about the murder. Funnily enough I was thinking Roxy for precisely the same reason ut was cmpletely taken aback when it turned out to be Stacey. Shame about Bradley though . . . . . .

Pat said...

Sandy: there's been so much hype about the murder. I'm surprised the whole country didn't watch it.
If you had been an avid watcher I don't think you would have grieved too much over Bradley. He does nothing but moan and it was he who made Stacey have an abortion. The worst kind of rat - the quiet gentle type.

Scarlet Blue said...

I hope the police arrest Gail and throw away the key!
And yes I did used to watch 'Soap' - v.funny!
Off topic: I went to Lynmouth Bay yesterday... the A39 was an experience! I went via Simonsbath through Exmoor and people had been building snowmen in the carparks. The views are stunning. I'm amazed that I now have all this on my doorstep.
Sx

Pat said...

Scarlet: would it be a good idea to meet up when the weather gets better?

Scarlet Blue said...

I think it would be most civilised!
Together we could sort out Gail Platt!
I can't wait for it to warm up and see some proper signs of Spring.
Sx

Pat said...

Scarlet: good! that's a date:)