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This is a thread for all fans of the weekday third rate soap Doctors. BBC1, 1.45pm.I know in the last thread I said it was a second rate soap, but I've downgraded it to third rate given the recent lack of WTF storylines. Come on scriptwriters, stop being so seri-arse!Regulars: The lovely Mrs T has her bob wig on and is waiting to sign you at the desk. Newbies: All welcome. Join in the banter, ask any questions, we have verrrrrrrrry many experts on this thread. Oh, and a small favour to ask. Can someone kill Emma off please? Fankyouverymuch
Afternoon!Busy surgery today
Al is particularly spectacular today.
Quite WTf today. Mrs T has lost the plot a bit today.
The police.For a notepad.Okay Mrs T, we'll bringing SOCO to sweep for prints........
She was definitely not her usual cool, calm self with all those people in the surgery!Nice plug for legal highs too!
Have they called it "quack" because of miaow miaow? The Old McDonald method of naming drugs???
Mrs T reverts back to normal. One minute she is a stubborn, shouty busybody, the next she is a caring, empathetic friend. Like the latter Mrs T much better. Drugs was a bit of a non storyline though.
Not watched yet, but just seen the thread message count. *MsN!!!! Get a wriggle on with the new thread!!!"
Bolding fail! Will try again. MsN!!!! Get a wriggle on with the new thread!!!<realises irony of me wasting messages when thread is nearly full>
not helpinghaven't seen today's yet...
I have trapped OH into watching while on paternity leave. He loves the leatherbridge microclimate.
curly - it is a miraculous thing, the Letherbridge weather
Sorry. Been out to bingo Just having my tea then I will crack on with a new thread.
New Thread<awaits stampede>
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