“He’d been wrong, there was a light at the end of the tunnel, and it was a flamethrower.”
Yes, Constant Reader, for the first time ever, The English Student is bringing you a review…in real time!
Yes, I am that bored.
(Excuse me while I finish my Fruit Pastilles ice lolly.)
Right. Back on “the street”.
Oh, Michelle is accusing Fake Ryan of lying…what a surprise. Welcome, once again, to Soapland, where people are incredibly, incurably stupid. Steve has only just fired Fake Ryan. Finally. One of the only good things about Soapland is that, eventually, all secrets come out, and the bad people get their comeuppance. Hurrah!
Talking of secrets coming out: Thingy (you know, the garage person whose name I forget. Tina’s boyfriend.) has just revealed Kirsty and Tyrone’s secret. Now that’s a storyline that needs to end. I know I have said this before, but I feel it needs reiterating: there are no normal relationships (or pregnancies, for that matter) in Soapland. Ever. Kirsty is pregnant, therefore, ipso facto, she is bonkers. That is the Soapland message.
For all that, however, you have to admit it is mildly amusing. For example, this offering from Sean:
“So you and him are going to be having a kiss and a cuddle on dead Lesley’s sofa?”
Ah, the wonders of Soapland. We may deride it, despise it and deny it, but in the end we’ll always come back to it. More’s the pity.