Dum de dum de dum de dum.....
It had to be Lizzie or Nigel as they've been so gushingly awful of late. Is it her who has the heart problems? I was hoping for a quick heart attack for her, falling off the roof for poor Nigel seems a bit much. And of course Helen's baby was going to turn up.
Kwilter with a K wrote (see)
Well him being dead solves the issue of which school to send the ...erm... issue to.Would the insurance pay out...contributary negligence climbing on an icy roof in the dark. Lizzie is going to skewer Drippy David.And whatever will Rooooooth say?
Well him being dead solves the issue of which school to send the ...erm... issue to.
Would the insurance pay out...contributary negligence climbing on an icy roof in the dark. Lizzie is going to skewer Drippy David.
And whatever will Rooooooth say?
Bear B.Hind wrote (see)
Our Roofie will say .....'oh noooooooo' as usual
Definitely more to come I reckon. David's not down yet, then as others have said Lizzie has a heart problem. Which leaves Freddie and the annoying brainy one.....
David will get down OK but undoubtedly Lizzie will blame him for taking Nigel up there ... she blames him for everything else.
I'm forecasting that Lower Loxley will have to be sold to pay Inheritance Tax and Lizzie will go after her 'share' of Brookfield once more. I wish he had landed on her. Her and Pip are incredibly annoying.
Matt Crawford to buy Lower Loxley with his ill-gotten gains...
Nigel revealed as Helen's spunk monkey - no wonder he threw himself off the roof...
Lol, they obviously did the important news first! Just proves Ambridge is real then
She did let it slip that Nigel has definitley popped his clogs though. After much prodding when she wouldn't be drawn, she said something about "a birth and a death". Ooops!
If Nigel dies - so what, he'll soon be forgotten but if he becomes wheelchair bound, maybe with some brain damage - now there's a thing. Lizzie will just have to get out the pillow and finish him off. - Killing 2 birds with 1 stone - Lizzie in prison and Nigel dead.
Edit to say - in case that reads wrong - this is the Archers not real life.
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