Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by Mikal, Mar 9, 2010.
The female Dingles are the best ones though
They're surely not going to go there with Maya and Jacob are they? I always knew she was dodgy!
FRANK IS DOING MY HEAD IN
You may recognise the lady in the middle - you're welcome x
Oh my god, that’s amazing!
What a banger. How have I never seen it before?
Why won't Daz fuck off?
This. And take the awful Leanna with him.
I love how awful Leanna is. She's like a young Maisie.
Complete with her range.
Oh hel-lo Billy ...
OH I can't wait for Aaron to barge his way unnecessarily into another storyline.
Does anyone else think Emmerdale has lost its spark? It's been a memorable and even groundbreaking year in terms of storylines - Ross' acid attack, Lachlan's demise, Charity's abuse, Jacob's grooming, first trans character, the return of KIM TATE, etc. and yet I strangely haven't found any of it compelling. The show isn't must see TV the way it was during 2013-2015 for me.
Wonderful news - ITV3 is starting showing Classic Emmerdale from 21st January, beginning in December 1989 with the arrival of the Tates at Home Farm!
As it was only on twice a week back then, we will have reached the 1993 plane crash by November this year.
I can't wait to see the whole Tate saga unfold!
That's excellent news! Can't wait to revisit that era, I was so young the first time around.
My earliest memory of watching Emmerdale was tuning in for the plane crash due to all the hype around it, then I stuck with it as it was so good. I can remember loving the late 90s with Kim Tate at her wickedest best!
I have the first 80 episodes from December 1989 onwards on DVD I feel, and keep meaning to dig in...
This is the perfect opportunity to get stuck in then!
I'm not watching the Classic Coronation Street and EastEnders episodes as I felt it was too much of a commitment at 10 episodes a week but I am going to give Emmerdale a try, the 90s was an amazing era for it.
I’m catching up on this weeks... Mandy is great, I wish she was staying.
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