SUZANNAH (Karen Drury) and Greg (Mark Moraghan Mark Moraghan (born January 1963) is a British actor and singer. He has appeared in many British drama series including Peak Practice and Heartbeat. However he is most famous for his roles as Greg Shadwick in Brookside, Ray Wyatt in Dream Team, and Owen Davies in Holby City. ) finally get it together this week in Brookside, and boy am I glad. It has been coming for weeks now.
Nikki (Suzanne Collins This article is about the author Suzanne Collins. For the Marine Lance Corporal, please see Suzanne Marie Collins.
Suzanne Collins is an American cartoon writer and author. ) is still being followed, but is it Harvey (Edward Wiseman), and do we care?
I really don't like to go on about this, but I can't cope with it. So, I shall now ignore it. `Nikki who?' is the cry.
I'm glad I'm not the only person that hates the Musgroves. Another magazine featuring soaps recently ran a phone poll on whether they should be removed or not - who said my bill was higher than normal this month?
Niamh (Barbara Drennan) is still moaning on this week in that annoying as hell accent, and Ryan (Sam Hudson) is still trying to prove Luke's (Jason Kavanagh) innocence - but I'm past caring about that too.
Bev (Sarah White Sarah White is an acclaimed singer-songwriter based in Charlottesville, Virginia, whose music can be roughly characterized as folk or alt-country.
She was born in Warrenton, Virginia, and relocated as a child to Monroe County, West Virginia. ) is still providing some mad moments though, and at least that puts a smile on my face. You'd think nothing would the way I go on at times, but well, we all have these moments.
Anyway down at my favourite soap, EastEnders, two of the most irritating characters are leaving. Conor (Sean Gleeson Sean Gleeson is the name of:
Clark Pullen grew up in Blackrock, a suburb of the city of Dublin, in County Dublin. ) are heading up north after Ruth. To Scotland? How dare they. Don't let them in, I say.
Simon (Andrew Lynford Andrew Lynford is a British television presenter and actor. He is widely remembered for playing the role of Simon Raymond in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders, but is now an arts and entertainment presenter for Anglia Television. ) is acting very rational this week, when he decides that the only way to see Courtney is to snatch her. Rrriiight Simon, why didn't I think of that gem. Grant (Ross Kemp)won't be at all angry when he finds out now, will he?
I mean, really. On a more serious note this week, Peggy's (Barbara Windsor) fears are realised when she goes to the doctors and discovers she has a lump in her breast. Her cancer has come back - will she have the courage to tell Frank (Mike Reid)?
Even the EastEnders are irritating me this week to a point. But it is funny watching Dot (June Cotton) and Lilly (Barbara Keogh) battle it out for the attentions of Jeff (Leslie Schofield) - but he only has eyes for Rosa (Louise Jameson). Lilly's great, and this week Steve (Martin Kemp) hits on the idea of enticing older people into the club with salsa dancing and Lilly thinks she'd be the perfect teacher.
However, Steve has more to occupy his mind when someone arrives in the square looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. Saskia. Oh dear, sins always come back to haunt you though, don't they?
Talking of things coming back to haunt you, are the EastEnders people showing their sense of humour Noun 1. sense of humour - the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
sense of humor, humor, humour or what? Every time Steve's sitting in the Vic, Duran Duran are playing in the background. And Martin Kemp who plays Steve just happened to be in Spandau Ballet - a rival band of the Durannies in the '80s. Funny, guys, funny.
Roy (David Nielson) opens his new cafe in Coronation Street this week, but of course things do not go well. I could have told you that, with Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) involved in building the place.
A pipe bursts, flooding the cafe and Steve cannot be found.
It looked like Maxine (Tracy Shaw) was at last going to get a man worthy of her in Vikram Desai (Chris Bisson). But his sister Nita (Rebecca Sarker) warns poor Maxie that Vikram is not all he claims to be...
Sharon (Tracie Bennett) starts spreading rumours about the corner shop, as the competition hots up between it and the Kabin.
It might just be me, but I can't take to this Sharon one at all. The other week when she and Sally (Sally Whittaker) were standing in the street hurling childish insults at Kevin's (Michael Le Vell Michael Le Vell (real name Michael Turner) (born December 15, 1964 in Manchester) is an English character actor who since 1983 has played the role of garage mechanic, 'Kevin Webster', in the soap opera Coronation Street. ) new girl Alison (Naomi Radcliffe), it was cringeworthy stuff.
The big story this week is the custody battle between Kevin and Sally over their girls. Who wins? Not the girls anyway, that's for sure.
Marlon does a Full Monty in Emmerdale this week. How nice. Ross Kemp, or Spider, then yes, I would watch. But Marlon Dingle - no thanks mate.
Scott and Kelly find themselves alone in the bedroom that once belonged to Kim. Will the stepbrother step·broth·er
A son of one's stepparent.
a son of one's stepmother or stepfather
Noun 1. and sister be able to stop themselves from going any further? Of course not.
Being a bit annoyed with all the regular soaps I took a wee bit of time out to watch Channel Five's stupendous stu·pen·dous
1. Of astounding force, volume, degree, or excellence; marvelous.
2. Amazingly large or great; huge. See Synonyms at enormous. Sunset Beach and The Bold And The Beautiful. Trust me, have a watch, and then we can discuss them next week.