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    Quote Originally Posted by Snagglepus View Post
    The street is empty of cars as they will have gone to work in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snagglepus View Post
    The street is empty of cars as they will have gone to work in them.
    That just means they would be parked in a different part of the street!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snagglepus View Post
    The street is empty of cars as they will have gone to work in them.
    yes because so many work far far away and need to drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
    That just means they would be parked in a different part of the street!
    Their fuel bills must be astronomical.
    Sent from my desktop computer using my fingers on the keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flappinfanny View Post
    When did Bethany learn to drive? when did she get a car? where do the residents of CS keep their cars? If this was "real Life" and not Narnia there would be cars parked on both sides of the road .
    Did none of you watch the old Thunderbirds, surely there are hidden ramps and parking spaces under the street.

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    where why was gary dragging the body, there was already a grave dug

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    I can't help feeling it should have occurred to Michelle that it doesn't take all day to arrange a holiday - especially when Robert didn't actually have any dates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snagglepus View Post
    The street is empty of cars as they will have gone to work in them.
    They all work in the Street. No one goes to work away from the Street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerman View Post
    I can't help feeling it should have occurred to Michelle that it doesn't take all day to arrange a holiday - especially when Robert didn't actually have any dates.
    This whole storyline is a farce ... neither her nor Robert seemed to be happy when they decided to get back together.. YAWN.... why do scriptwriters always do so badly for exit storylines especially????

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    Gary must have had a long walk back to collect Bethany's car. Mind you with it being so small perhaps he could have towed it behind Rick's.

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