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Loved it last night but was gutted at the end with Mel dying - had not realised he was dead in real life and was sure he would be the santa in the car at the end - benidorm wont be the same without him
Oh I didn't realise he was really dead I love that programme.
They were real tears from the cast, it had me sobbing
oooooh didn't realise he was dead in RL I watched it this afternoon (recorded it the oother day) I was weeping at the end when snow fell.
first time ive seen my dad cry since the dog died!at benidorm of all things!!was a bit miffed it wasnt as funny as it normaly is but thought it was such a lovely tribute to him
The Mel dying thing was very touching, but it really wasn't that funny. I was disappointed that I missed Upstairs Downstairs for it.
agree benidorm wasnt that funny, but they did have to change the script/plot as think i read he died a week before filming it was a good tribute to him
We didn't find it funny at all but it was a good ending. Sad that he died.
Very poor by Benidorm standards(I'm normally a huge fan).Totally eclipsed by the Royale family this year.
It was the first time I'd watched Benidorm and I loved it. I will definitely keep an eye out for future episodes (Royle Family admittedly beat it hands down, though).
I thought Mick had turned into Jim Royle a bit too much, then he actually said 'my arse'
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