and if anyone hates him, then SHUT IT!
Sorry but cannot wait for the return of the Gene Genie. Recorder set. Eight weeks ofAshes to Ashes, the Audi Quattro and 1983. Not sure if Alex is still dreaming or in that bloody coma.Not sure how they going to tie up the ending especially the connection between Alex, Sam Tylerand is Gene Hunt really real after all.
As long the ending is not like the US Life on Mars when Sam Tyler wakes up to find himselfas a astronaut on a mission to Mars.
"Anything you say will be taken down, ripped up and shoved down your scrawny little throat until you choke to death"
DCI Gene Hunt rocks
yeo wrote (see)
So, is Tyler coming back then?
Not sure. But it seems to be repeating the last series of Life on Mars.You know, when Morgan was in to get Hunt and kept telling Sam that Hunt is thecancer and the only way to wake up is to get rid of Gene Hunt. Jim Keats seems to bethe same. But the final series will tie up everything. Sam Tyler, Alex Drake and is Gene Hunt really real or something else.
Ashes to Ashes is not as good as Life on Mars. But I was little in 1983 so watchingit and listening to the pop music makes you feel the eighties was such a great time.
Now if only cops would be like Gene Hunt or Jack Regan, the police might get some respect.
Oh, Inspector Kate Longton.
I'm ashamed to say I used to be really attracted to blokes who streaked their hair like Chris's.....
Especially those with dark hair who just bleached the front! Am I going to hell?
......ooooooh yes and a nice bit of eye makeup.
See you in hell
You two, control yourselves.
sarah the bookworm wrote (see)
"Anything you say will be taken down, ripped up and shoved down your scrawny little throat until you choke to death"DCI Gene Hunt rocks
Saffy sweety pea wrote (see)
......ooooooh yes and a nice bit of eye makeup.See you in hell
Even Mickey Jackson had makeup in the 80s.
Anybody else think MORE people might vote for Cameron after seeing this?
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