On this week’s episode we have calls from
This week in Ambridge Lucy has Roy in artificial fibres, Johnny being very hairy, Oliver looking after joints, Jill as a clown and armed with secateurs, Tony being run over with a Dyson, Susan as a strong black woman, listless Lynda getting sweet talked by Robert with assistance from Kate who has nothing better to do as the bottom has dropped out of the yurt market – this will probably amuse in the same way as an amusement arcade; possibly Shula has had a tent flap interchange with Alastair who has suddenly cheered up and is talking to her again and relations also resumed at Honeysuckle Cottage – presumably in the hot tub. At least I think she said something like that – listen for yourselves.
Roifield and Lucy feel like Ambridge has come home – characters are driving the story, especially Tom’s smelly socks. Opinions are divided over Shula being in the driving seat of a story. Lucy reckons that in fact it has been a decent story arc – Shula has been heard by Alastair whilst Neil has been such a caring husband in comparison. A relationship week, many relationships – not just one dysfunctional pairing.
Jill’s stubbornness over the Fairbrethern was discussed once again and my email appeared – if you want to know you have to listen to it! Lucy noted that we are all missing Roifield’s lovely ladies.
Roifield says we all love to hate Susan Carter – but Charlotte Martin has still agreed to be interviewed on DumTeeDum – and some of us love Susan’s honesty, social climbing, openness and gossip.
Legal comment on GiddyJack’s name can be found here: http://www.familylawweek.co.uk
Clear evidence that changing his name will prove Rob is unfit to see his children – so his solicitor should have warned him off from doing it!
Lucy’s TotW: Hairy Hobbit “DumTeeDum Rob’s a proper bastard” fits #Thearchers theme tune!