Sooooo ladies, does we like Thomas or Leo? Thomas seems more like her type!
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26-06-2014 09:28 #721
26-06-2014 09:43 #722
I think Geraldine is going to end up hooked on pain killers, fits in with her existing alcoholism.
I want to shake Leo and tell him to stop being so wishy-washy but Thomas' acting makes the cast of Home an Away look like Oscar nominees!
I'm guessing she chooses Thomas though as he's in the opening isn't he? So they need to keep him in the plot.
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26-06-2014 10:05 #723
They're both in the new opening sequence with Lawrence, but I like all of them so hope they stay. Mick and dad are both still in the opening too. I would like to see Thomas develop a relationship but think Leo has the potential to be a good friend without there being a relationship develop.
That's an interesting theory on Geraldine, hubby said they weren't playing up on the adds enough for her to die but the show kinda overplayed it with lots of leaning towards something going wrong. But maybe it's a gradual decline from drug addiction.
26-06-2014 10:06 #724
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26-06-2014 10:27 #725
Leo will stay in regardless of what happens with Nina because he's got that job now, Lawrence is all about Billie, so that only leaves Thomas and he doesn't fit unless there's something happening with him and Nina.
I agree though, if she hooks up with ANOTHER male work colleague then that's just beyond a joke!
26-06-2014 10:27 #726
Leo, so much her type!
I reckon she'll have a fling with both of them, then choose neither and stay single. I think this obsession with men is annoying. You would hardly know she's a single mum too, she has so much freedom, not at all representative of true single-parenthood.
I don't think Geraldine is depressed... She's a free spirit, and I wish people would realise its possible to be happy without a man, and once the kids grow up.
Oh and I reckon Lawrence and billow are so not at all believable together....
26-06-2014 10:28 #727
26-06-2014 10:43 #728
Oh heck yes to it not being a true representative. I have a 10 and a half month old who does not do a thing. Without. Me.
I can't leave for 20 minutes to pick the boys up from school without her going crazy.
But then.. it's tv. And would we watch a show where the main character stayed at home all day, changed dirty nappies, cleaned the kitchen and did the washing? I wouldn't. I could record myself and watch it back. It's escapism. Most of what we watch of tv wouldn't happen in real life. I'm happy to just go along ignoring little things like that
26-06-2014 10:49 #729
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