Prisoner cell block H

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  1. smiler

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    I think Morrissey would love Prisoner cell block H - does anyone agree?

    I didn't think so.......
     
  2. Oh my god. it's Robby!

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    He would like Bea Smith.
     
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    There is so much to admire
     
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    How kind of you to remember. I am alive yes (dead inside).
     
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    Still in London too? Thought you would have fled it by now :rolleyes:
     
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    vinegar tits was a right bad un.the first nasty prison officer in the series.was always on very late at night,was very popular and ran for years,im sure M would have caught a few episodes in his time.
     
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    It was beautifully written at tumes. The lead characters were often voilent, drug addicts, prostitutes, murders and thieves. They were all very sympathetic, relatable and lovable. Young and old rich and poor all mixed and represented.

    The series dealt with sexuality incidentely. A character could be a lesbian without it being overly significant to her storyline. In that respect it was way ahead of its time.

    It could be frighten and touching and funny from moment to moment. I think Morrissey would enjoy it if he tried.

    RIP Frankie Doyle.
     
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