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Instead of coming to the wrong conclusion that Luke was totally crazy, with his ticks and “Wow, nice tits! Leaving behind my issues with this episode – I’m going to only briefly mention now that I thought there was too much footage taken from the previous Series 1 shows, and not enough recent footage, which should really have taken prominence – I will say that there wasn’t enough about Carolyne.”, I can’t help but feel that people might have got more on board, had that been the case. I needed to know much more than I got, and even though Richard gave us some interesting moments talking with his date about the Chernobyl disaster, more about Carolyne was sorely missing.
There are also great things about writing a blog, though.Anyway, if there’s one other thing that the world wants to know about – really really wants to know about, right here, right now – it’s what’s going on with Richard’s legendary muscles of desire that never cease to amaze, usually from across the table.Richard, who up until the first series had been on just a single date in a full twenty years, I should say.One of the best things about clogging-up the world-wide-web with yet more content that hardly anyone on Earth cares about is seeing how people out there on the internet discovered your site.When it’s a hard week, and you log into your Word Press account and discover that someone genuinely found your writings by typing in funny looking ferret or ferrets, or ponder what it must have been like to be the shocked and baffled endorphins rushing through Margaret Thatcher’s nether-regions on that fateful day (or, as some have alleged, days).Well, in this first look at Sam, Carolyne and Mr Muscle himself, we found out on more than one occasion.
In fact, if you had a quid for every time that Richard flexed his muscles, you’d have enough to smash a Terry’s Chocolate Orange to pieces with.
Once again the normality of people with afflictions came boldly through.
Luke just wanted a wife and a kid and a home, and it was heartwarming. As for Sam, things were a slightly different story, and, for him, this episode took us on a brutal ride through a range of emotions that I hadn’t been anticipating.
From that day on, she was in a wheelchair, and without her childhood sweetheart.
Yet once again that was where it stopped, on the explanation front, and, maybe it’s just me, but through the partially open window, I was sure I could hear faint cries on the wind of How did that happen? A little information about the conditions, on more than just a basic level, could have helped no end, I think, as is the enormous influence produced by TV. Having been exposed to another set of episodes this year, I’m sure people were more comfortable with the format, and this allowed them to revisit the characters from Series 1 with a different perspective on things.
What a nightmare: Jolene turned around and texted him, saying she couldn’t give him what he was looking for, and superdad Malcolm was there to pick up the pieces. Watching Sam sit there on his bed, trying to absorb this heavy information, was painful, uncomfortable viewing. There I sat, drinking my over-priced decaffeinated tea, in my writer’s hovel, taking in the facts, yet also somehow to take them in because they were so flippin’ outrageous: since Series 1 had aired, Shaine had achieved more than most 32-year-old could ever hope to accomplish.