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Who gets the dog??

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03 Dec 07 #8295 by Louise11
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Did anyone see "Who gets the dog" on channel three last night?

It summed up this divorce game beautifully when at the end the Lawyers boss had no choice but to sack him and said "You have been a very silly man"!.......to get caught!

Yep funny how it really has a ring of truth in it!
I think the producer of the comedy drama, must of come on Wiki to get his programme so right!

Hope everyone is well

Kind ones

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03 Dec 07 #8296 by gone1
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Yea I saw it. But I think the chances of them getting the sack in real life is almost nil. They would probably get a bonus. But it painted sols in a bad light.

I thought it was funny that she was driving a nice new motor and he was in a knackered old sierra haha.

I wish they would make a progy about a real divorce.


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03 Dec 07 #8311 by Puzzled01
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I couldn't watch it all the way through - it made me cry too much.

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03 Dec 07 #8317 by SerieA
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I recorded it, now you've said that puzzled01 i don't think i'm gonna bother, doing enough crying at the moment!:dry:

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03 Dec 07 #8320 by loobyloo
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yes i watched it.... bit like watching holby city when your a nurse!!!! Found it quite light hearted in parts and her sol made me howl
Reckon as said before we on here could do a fab docu soap!!

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03 Dec 07 #8334 by gone1
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If you remember her sol was the receptionist out of Hotel Babylon. She was the one that couldn't keep her knickers on. Bit like my ex really haha. Chris.

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