Discussion in 'UK Soaps Forum' started by Ome for Christmas, Sep 12, 2016.
There's a bit of history off-screen too...
Oh yeah, I forgot about that and the rumors of the sordid little mess with Danny Miller.
Was Victoria with Adam when this happened and does Adam know about it?
I vaguely remember this, maybe you told me about it.
I don't think they were together when she got with Ross because I'm pretty sure Adam and Victoria got together after I started watching.
I think I probably did.
Adam and Victoria were separated at the time. Adam was having a fling with Katie, but was very jealous when he found out about Ross and Victoria. This was before Adam discovered that Ross was his brother.
I'm glad that Diane has got what she deserved. She should be inside Holloway within the week. Slopping out will be her new life and she should never be let out.
Oi Sugden, name and number for the Gouv'nor.
4862 Sugden, Sir.
Speak when ypu're spoken to, Sugden you slag.
Adam Thomas has been hilarious on I'M A CELEBRITY
This is one of the funniest trials I've sen on this show.
Emmerdale's epic car crash disaster may have wowed fans and smashed it in the ratings, but it turns out that not everyone was so impressed.
The ITV soap is now facing an official investigation over its devastating motorway pile-up after four viewers lodged complaints over the dramatic scenes.
Emmerdale aired the spectacular storyline on Thursday, October 20, when almost 7 million viewers tuned in to see Emma Barton cause the pile-up by pushing her husband James from a road bridge.
After receiving those four complaints, the TV regulator Ofcom has confirmed that it's launching an investigation into whether the scenes were suitable for broadcast at 7pm.
Honestly, I don't understand why people do this. It's like they are waiting for something to complain about. I just don't get it.
It completely baffles me. I was reading last night about some viewers complaining to Ofcom because THE WALKING DEAD is too violent...!!
It's like complaining that Michael Parr is too sexy. I just don't get it. Isn't it obvious what you're going to be getting when you tune in?
I'm glad they've found a way to hide Emma's role in Barton's death.
I'm really enjoying all the stuff surrounding Zak, Joanie & Belle - I never thought that would happen.
Frank's story doesn't really interest me and he's making Megan somewhat boring.
And she's managed to blame it on Moira and then act all forgiving. I loved the scene where she moved toward Moira and everyone thought she was going to hit her again and she ended up hugging her.
I enjoy Belle and Joanie . . .
Yes, that was well played out. I love how unpredictable Emma is.
I think Emma implying that James may have killed himself should have been enough to set alarm bells off for Pete and Finn. They were the closest to James and knew him better than anyone. They could have at least been seen to question it all a bit more.
But if it means we get to keep Emma around then it's worth overlooking. I love the idea of all the Bartons getting a share of the farm - Moira's kitchen should be a focal point of the show in the same way Annie Sugden's kitchen once was.
Have to agree. As touching as it was, it was all a bit unbelievable if you know their history. I get that they may have decided to stop fighting, but tears and big manly hugs would never have happened. The most you'd have got would have been a handshake and maybe an arm tap. Your post actually clarifies it, probably without you realising. Robert killing Katie was ultimately an accident, but Andy consciously planned to have Robert killed. I don't think I'd be hugging any family member who did that to me..... LOL!!
I'm happy the plot to free Lachlan failed, it was ridiculous from the off!
The Barton boys are really great fun to watch, I loved all the comments going between Ross & Finn, as well as Aaron's take on the whole patient in a coma act with Finn.
What a stupid subplot--but I love that it has brought about Chrissy and Rebeca reunited and plotting to hurt Robert by hurting Aaron. Chrissy's comments tonight about Aaron showing up and telling her all about the times he had her husband were so soapy.
I find Ross and Pete's relationship with Finn so interesting and frustratingly underdeveloped. Tonight's episode was a nice change--particularly the Ross/Finn stuff.
Also, I think it's kind of dumb that Moira was so easily taken in by Emma, but I guess she's particularly vulnerable. I'm glad it seems like Moira is about to figure things out.
I find him highly annoying and imagine he is playing himself on Emmerdale. He needs a good kick in the nuts bro!!!!
Joel to win.
I gave up on the show last week, it just didn't hold any interest for me, though I always found Adam hilarious.
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