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Posted: 15 Jan 11, 14:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

theres been alot of hate and complaints thrown at the writers, the actress is quiting her job over this,
and for those of you who havent been watching it, basicaly a mothers baby died due to cot death, then she swaped it with a friends new born baby (which was alive)
do we think this is such a thing to moan about? its a TV drama, its ment to be shocking, do we really want to watch something based of reality?
its nice to watch something as a way out of the norm,
so i dont find this shocking in any way,
its normal for a TV drama,
what do we all think about this then?

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Posted: 15 Jan 11, 14:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

do we think this is such a thing to moan about? its a TV drama, its ment to be shocking, do we really want to watch something based of reality?
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Thing is if it was any other network people wouldn't complain. The BBC, being a public service, aren’t supposed to ratings chase with stupid shock- storylines.
It’s more about people getting what they are forced pay for, it turns everyone in the UK into a bunch of complaining network executives, but the public have the right to do so, because they are forced to fund the channel.

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Posted: 15 Jan 11, 15:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

emrabt wrote: do we think this is such a thing to moan about? its a TV drama, its ment to be shocking, do we really want to watch something based of reality?
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Thing is if it was any other network people wouldn't complain. The BBC, being a public service, aren’t supposed to ratings chase with stupid shock- storylines.
It’s more about people getting what they are forced pay for, it turns everyone in the UK into a bunch of complaining network executives, but the public have the right to do so, because they are forced to fund the channel.

aye aye