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Home and Away

On channel 5, weekdays at 6pm, repeated next day at 12:30 and omnibus lunch time Saturdays.
This is a small review of the unsung genius that is Home and Away. The very best thing on channel 5!! I honestly don’t know why no-one watches this any more; it is the best soap on telly!! I think a few teenagers still watch Neighbours, but I cannot bear to watch more than five minutes because the acting and script is so completely terrible. And does anyone watch Eastenders/Emerdale/Corronation Street for any other reason than it has become habit or just to ‘keep up’?
Home and Away is definitely the best thing for young adults to watch in my opinion. Well, it beats Hollyoaks hands down that’s for sure. The acting is superior to most dramas, let alone soaps; the story-lines are dramatic enough to keep you interested without being totally unrealistic. And basically it never fails to entertain.
The plot lines at the moment are: Kirsty is recovering after needing a kidney transplant and losing her baby; Hayley and Noah are getting married; Danni is under suspicion of murder after psycho Felix has been stalking her – (turns out the lady in prison (who she met when wrongly convicted of deliberately driving over Kane) sorted it as a ‘favour’); Tasha has run off again with a gun and stolen Irene’s purse; Jesse wanted his daughter back, but Will has just turned up again asking to adopt her; Beth and Reece are on rocky ground after Shelley turned up a couple of weeks ago telling him she wanted to get back with him; Sally and Flynn are coping happily with their new baby who was born by surrogate mother Leah; who is still in love with Jesse; and poor Alf is still lonely.
There – you have no excuses now – I’ve just filled you in on everything you need to know, so go and start watching it!!! Home and away is the highlight in the middle of my day and I will defend it to anyone!

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