Posted by sean on October 24, 2005 at 9:03 pm in Television with No Comments

So the infamous Grrrrrant and Phil Mitchell returned to EastEnders tonight. This is after major hype from the BBC desperate to recoup ratings to make their major soap’s viewing figures respectable compared to ITV’s Coronation Street.

I used to be an avid viewer of EastEnders since the early 90’s although I completely stopped in late 2003/early 2004 when Barry was pushed down the hill (that was FUNNY!). The reasons I stopped viewing were predictability and boredom.

Still, I gave tonight’s episode a go (well, I only watched the last 10 minutes!), I have good memories of storylines involving The Mitchell Brothers. Said to a friend that Grant and Phil would turn up, surprise Peggy, say “’ello Maaaa!” and that would be the end of the episode. Anybody who watched it tonight will know I guessed right – just too predictable isn’t it :o)

Needless to say I will not be watching it tomorrow. Sorry Beeb you’ll need to do better to get me back.

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