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I think Waterloo Road is actually becoming okay again

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BertieBotts Thu 16-Jun-11 00:07:59

It was pretty shit, wasn't it, from Karen's first episode, until about 2-3 episodes back from this one? We had pretty much a season and a half of utter rubbish.

But now I'm getting into it again. Storylines which carry on from episode to episode! Characters who are actually interesting to watch and don't mysteriously disappear! I like it grin

TragicallyHip Thu 16-Jun-11 00:16:48

Used to love it but haven't watched it for a few years. might have a gander if it's getting good again!

BertieBotts Thu 16-Jun-11 00:31:29

Just looked up the episode list and I think it went bad from series 5, episode 11 - the storylines were just badly written and there was no continuity. It's picked up again from episode 6 this series. So you could easily catch up on iplayer.

Punkatheart Thu 16-Jun-11 09:40:45

I think it is terrible, sorry. I watch it basically to see what my DD is watching and I am shocked by how banal it is. The Headmistress is dreadful and her mood changes in a heartbeat. Writing is shallow and one of the main characters (Caretaker's son) looks about 30!

Punkatheart Thu 16-Jun-11 09:44:42

Well he is 25 - so I not far from the mark!

BeattieBow Thu 16-Jun-11 09:45:13

it's a bit rubbish I think - can't believe 2 people pg by the same boy!

But dd likes it and I like watching Robson Green, so we sit and watch it together.

BertieBotts Thu 16-Jun-11 10:43:42

Is he really 25? shock I thought he was younger. He does look older than Cris though...

The storylines have always been cheesy. So 2 girls pregnant by the same boy isn't too bad, I think. Should be interesting anyway! I didn't like how different Karen's reaction was with the two girls. And she should have apologised to her DD rather than a lame "I didn't handle that very well. Oh well, I'll be there for you!"

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