Our hosts have an interesting discussion over the current story lines which are somewhat “meh” as far as Lucy is concerned whilst Roifield feels that the Pip and Toby extravaganza is finding different ways of investigating the Archer family dynamics. Pulling the wide variety of story lines together shows that our favourite fly on the wall documentary is back on the sort of form we should be enjoying.
Jan from Can is sympathetic to Lilian and is still keen not to be without a man in her life after Matt’s departure. Lucy is not sure that really explains her reluctance to name Rob. I feel that Justin’s point that his decision relates to work also weighs heavily on her mind. Roy is described as both tedious and thick – now there is a character who could do with a personality transplant and a visit from the relevant fairy (Roifield converts it to solid and dependable) – by Steve from Poole (Byeeeeeeeeeee, Goodbyeeeeeeeeee) who also savages Jill over her feelings about the Fairbrother idiot. When will Pip see he is a berk? Sadly despite my best guesses it does appear that Kirsty is not pregnant. Niamh is a first time caller and follows the rules closely – she is a “Rich” / “Johnny”. She thinks Toby is simply conniving – not controlling like “He Who Must Not Be Named.” Lucy hopes Pip and Toby will be over for Christmas. Aunty Jean wants a doctor to explain what Nathan Booth was doing with his balls, that would be his ping pong balls!
Aunty Jean’s appeal has been successful and the NHS have reversed their decision and will find the funds needed for Mr Jean’s treatment. She wants to thank everyone who signed on the dotted line. Witherspoon reckons that the panto storyline will be echoed in real life Ambridge (if that makes sense). He also like the panto.
On this week’s episode we have calls from
Jan from Can who ain’t trustin’ Justin
Steve who’s had it with Jill
Niamh who wants to talk to Toby
Aunty Jean who’s team Jill
Witherspoon who’s had a wink from Keri
New York Nigel who feels sorry for Rob’s neighbours
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