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TV Fetish1,732 posts since 4 Jan 2003
I see Spencer Moon is disappering from our screens as Chris Parker had decided he isn't going back.

I missed what happened to him as I was holiday, didn't a newspaper out him?
lobster1,443 posts since 4 Jan 2003
bloody hell. the poor daring. i mean, if somebody called me an old queen or something killing myself would be the first thing i'd think to do. what a pleb.
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The other theory doing the rounds is that it wasn't the kiss-and-tell story that upset him, rather that he found out he was being axed.
james20012,588 posts since 4 Sep 2001
Dr Sigmund Mohammad posted:
bloody hell. the poor daring. i mean, if somebody called me an old queen or something killing myself would be the first thing i'd think to do. what a pleb.


Depends really. It's well known how people can't proeprly hack being famous, that's why in the world of celebrity there's so much depression, sucide attempts, drugs, drinking, rehab etc....
Neil Jones4,125 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Hymagumba posted:
I don't know, but I think it'll bring about the demise of Lorraine Heggasy and will bring back the balloons too.


I also advocate that the saga over the dropping of EastEnders will spill over into the commercial sector, which will lead to ITV bringing back the 1989 generic look. which everybody including UTV will adopt.
Col3,424 posts since 6 Jan 2003
Personally, getting rid of Spencer Moon will do EE the world of good, he was a lame character. Spencer's last scenes will be shown in January.

Reminds me a bit of what happened with poor Michelle Ryan a few years ago and David Scarboro back in the 1980s - the pressures of work and the fame of being in a soap opera taking its toll on young actors in the most nasty way.
David_023,065 posts since 19 Dec 2003
Neil Jones posted:
Hymagumba posted:
I don't know, but I think it'll bring about the demise of Lorraine Heggasy and will bring back the balloons too.


I also advocate that the saga over the dropping of EastEnders will spill over into the commercial sector, which will lead to ITV bringing back the 1989 generic look. which everybody including UTV will adopt.


Good One. Laughing