Dum. Dum dum. Dum dum dumdumdumda-

I will write about Butlins next time I’m here, but two things happened there that bear a brief mention before I tackle a stack of dirty dishes.

In the first instance, we managed to survive almost the entire holiday without catching a sight of a certain wretched purple monstrosity, and the moment we inevitably didI had an instant idea for a Dinopaws mashup.

The second was that everyone spent the entire week, it seems, talking about the Eastenders live week, whether it was the papers speculating over whether guilt-ridden glances from Ian had unmasked him, or the idiot in the U.S. who genuinely thought the whole thing was a badly scripted / “obviously fake” fly-on-the-wall, with an air of criminal irresponsibility on the part of the producers – “Why didn’t they, like, go to the police?”. (Well, it’s either a genuine moron or a guy playing at being a moron and irritating me in the process. I’d link to it, except it’ll probably be gone by the time you read this.)

The truth was revealed on the Thursday, when it transpired that Lucy’s killer was none other than her younger brother Bobby, discovered in flashback, clutching the music box that delivered the fatal blow (I assume; I’ve not actually watched it). Which made me think about the opening to season 24, and how ‘Time and the Rani’ could have been much better if they’d done this.



Hey, Rani. Barney. It rhymes.

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5 thoughts on “Dum. Dum dum. Dum dum dumdumdumda-

  1. essjay

    …now I need to hear you say Barney to see how they rhyme.

    • reverend61

      Actually, I tend to say it in an American accent. Either like the kids in the theme song, or Joey in Friends.

      • essjay


      • reverend61

        Sorry. ‘Barney’ in a British accent sounds a lot its colloquial meaning, which is a couple having an argument.

        Josh does have a friend called Barney, and I usually speak to him in a British accent. Does that count?

      • essjay

        Sure, why not? Hee!

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