23 thoughts on “The West Enders, Season Five, Episode 3: Mel’s Future

    • They’ve grown constantly over five years. Every time I got a new doll, it would get a name and back story until I was over 250. I couldn’t keep track of them all. Obviously some of the characters play very minor roles.

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  1. Come on Mel. Time to put on your big girl panties and run that place like a boss! Btw, tell Ms. Bodyguard to split. Bigly wouldn’t have kept her around if he didn’t think that she was loyal to HIM. Girlfriend would be in a hotel or shelter but she sure wouldn’t be with me. Don’t trust her.

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  2. Can’t wait for Bigly’s trial! I hope he get’s what’s coming to him. I am afraid his counterpart in the real world won’t get what he deserves so I may just have to wait for Bigly to get justice!

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      • Noooo! Keep him in the UK. We already have enough on our hands here! LOL! I love your character page. It was hard to keep track of who was who! I do think I see a few new faces. Love your mini me!

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      • Since you’re not allowed to photograph trials in Britain, maybe you could tell the story of the court case indirectly: news reporting and/or people talking about it. On a highbrow note, that would make the episode like an ancient Greek drama. In Greek tragedy, you don’t get Oedipus saying “Oh crumbs! I’ve married my mum! I’d better pluck out my eyes!” Instead, you have other characters saying “Oh dear, oh lor! Have you heard what that silly Oedipus has done this time?” (Although that may not be an exact translation of Sophocles’ “Oidipous Tyrannos” [Oedipus the King aka Oedipus Rex].)

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