Brekkie31,803 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
The idea of turning Gary into this unnecessary super villian out of nowhere just highlights the issues with the show at the moment. That's just come out of nowhere and really doesn't seem to be genuine character development, and it's a crap storyline to boot. They might have got away with it with the likes of Nick or David, or perhaps Adam, but with Gary it just comes across as desperate and unnecessary.

I think actually it would have worked much better for the show using one of the oldies - Rita turning evil in her old age and not giving two **** would probably be quite funny.
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BFGArmy341 posts since 15 Jan 2018
London London
The idea of turning Gary into this unnecessary super villian out of nowhere just highlights the issues with the show at the moment. That's just come out of nowhere and really doesn't seem to be genuine character development, and it's a crap storyline to boot. They might have got away with it with the likes of Nick or David, or perhaps Adam, but with Gary it just comes across as desperate and unnecessary.

I think actually it would have worked much better for the show using one of the oldies - Rita turning evil in her old age and not giving two **** would probably be quite funny.


Some of the quotes about the supervillain were comedy gold mind. You had Iain Macleod saying the transformation of this character (who we now know is Gary) to supervillain would be like the Godfather and also saying the villain would be more like Mike Baldwin.
Think most would agree this story couldn't hold a candle to the Godfather and Gary is nothing like Mike Baldwin at all.
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