Saturday, 11 April 2009

Robin Hood. Series 3, episode 3: Lost in Translation.

The story: Whilst a storm thunders outside, the Abbott from Kirklees Abbey arrives at Nottingham Castle after being summoned by the Sheriff of Nottingham. The Sheriff is intent on blackmailing the Abbott into supporting him in his quest to find Robin Hood before Prince John’s patience runs out. To do this he exploit’s the Abbott’s secret: He has been translating the Bible into English, thereby giving the common people the chance to interpret the “word of God”; this being an act of blasphemy at the time in most quarters.

The next day, in compliance with the Sheriff’s demands, the Abbott goes with the Sheriff to Loxley, where he issues a Holy edict upon the village, making it their sacred duty to tell all they know about Robin Hood, who now stands accused of trying to steal holy relics from the Abbey itself. Listening at a safe distance is of course Robin Hood himself.

Back at their hideout, the Outlaws are distressed at this new turn of events, invoking as it does matters of religious faith; matters which John in particular takes very seriously. But Brother Tuck knows the Abbott to be a man of fine reputation, and cannot readily accept what is happening. Therefore, against Robin’s orders, he slips out at night and confronts the Abbott personally. Needless to say, his presence is interrupted by guards and he is (you guessed it) taken prisoner.

Back in Loxley Village, Robin Hood is delivering food to the villagers, only to be challenged by Kate’s mother, who rejects his offerings. Then, as the Sheriff approaches (leading Tuck in chains), Kate quickly finds a place for them to hide whilst the Sheriff goes through his usual ultimatum regarding the surrender of Robin Hood, and after which Kate implores the Outlaws to leave the village forever.

However, one outlaw who cannot leave Loxley forever, is Much. He has developed a crush on Kate, and goes back there, attempting to follow Allen’s advice on how best to win her affections. But she of course is not interested. (I found this scene a rather clumsy, disjointed inclusion at this particular point in the plot).

Back at Nottingham castle, Tuck is now spread-eagled on the rack, waiting to be drawn and quartered. Of course the Guards never think to protect the battlements and it isn’t too long before Robin Hood’s non-fatal arrows are raining down from there, and Tuck is freed. (Allan’s welcome “one-liner” at this point being more like his old self, even though the slapstick antics are more than a little unsubtle.)

Brother Tuck explains to Robin Hood and his men exactly what the Abbott has done regarding his translation of the Bible, and how this has led to him being blackmailed by the Sheriff. So Tuck and Allen go in search of that translation, whilst Robin Hood and the others go to Kirklees Abbey where the villagers from Loxley will be in attendance for the St Barnabas Day service. But although Tuck secures the translated Bible, Allen is (yep, you guessed it), taken prisoner.

During the service the Sheriff of Nottingham produces a grisly, bony hand which he has dug up from the graveyard the night before. He convinces the villagers that this is the hand of St Luke; the Holy relic Robin Hood has supposedly been trying to steal. At this point Robin Hood, John, and Much intrude upon the service, proclaiming their innocence, and asking the Abbott to tell the truth. But the Abbott will not do so, and Robin and his men are (yep, you guessed it), taken prisoner.

Later that day, the scene moves to Tuck confronting the Abbott with his translated work, (another rather clumsy piece of editing / story construction), during which the Sheriff appears and Tuck is (yep, for sure), taken prisoner.

Finally, something remotely exciting happens: As Robin Hood and the Outlaws are being led to be burned at the stake, Kate rushes out from the crowd. She screams “Heretic!” at Robin whilst striking him across the face, but secretly passes him a sharp arrow head. With the translated Bible placed by the outlaw’s feet to burn with them, the Abbott finally condemns the Sheriff of Nottingham as the “Spawn of Satan”, even as the flames draw ever closer to Robin Hood and the Abbott’s precious works…

Comment: "Lost In Translation" would seem to be an appropriate title indeed. There was a good story here to be had, but it was badly constructed, and clumsily told amidst (once again), seemingly endless arrests and trips to and fro the jailhouse. Give me a break. Please.

I enjoyed that one little moment of humour from Allen, and wish he’d had more chance to exploit that side of his character in his chat with Much regarding how to woo Kate. But sadly, the moment was completely thrown away. A waste, especially considering the jealousy which we can expect to flair up between Much and Robin over Kate. Similarly, the grave digging scene could have been a visual horror fest, and still be entirely suitable for the younger audience. But once again, it wasn’t exploited.

I did like seeing the canaries (I bet you missed them!) but I have to say, Kate’s brief scene near the end was the only performance which came close to stirring me.

Top picture: The Abbott reveals to Tuck the reason the Sheriff of Nottingham has been able to blackmail him. Bottom picture: Kate attempts to save Robin Hood from being burned at the stake.

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Blogger robin hood said...

Robin Hood Series 3 Cast:

Robin Hood - Jonas Armstrong
Kate - Joanne Froggatt
Guy of Gisborne - Richard Armitage
Tuck - David Harewood
Sheriff of Nottingham - Keith Allen
Little John - Gordon Kennedy
Much - Sam Troughton
Allan-a-Dale - Joe Armstrong
Sir Jasper - Lee Ross
Mary - Ellie Darcey-Alden
Abel - Alexis Latham
Younger guard - Andoni Zorbas

11 April 2009 at 21:44  
Blogger evielyn said...

Hi Robin
I thought that more could have been made of the story line it seemed to me to be a bit disjointed too much rushing about and as you say getting captured again and again.

The ongoing story of the sheriff running scared is good because he knows time is running out for him.

I also thought that scene between Kate and Much was unneccessry
telling him he was dirty and smelt was cruel he is so sweet and nice
and didn't deserve it

Robin has really grown up in this series I feel he looks more in command and seems tougher.

The jury is still out for me with Kate but she seems to have settled down more now it will be interesting to see which way it will all go there are still 10 more episodes & I wouldn't like to bet on anything at the moment.

No I didn't see the birds I must watch again. I think the Nottingham town crowd scenes are much better this time it seems to be a very thriving place very much busier then before I think I will go and live there always something happening never a dull moment especially on Saturday evenings!

Happy Easter everyone

11 April 2009 at 23:32  
Blogger Joni said...

. . . of course they smell. She probably smells too. I hate the Much bashing that so frequently goes on in this show. *sigh*.

Yes. Random. And irritating. Having such a predictable plot line (every outlaw going after Kate, who is now, presumably, the only single woman in Nottingham) and the perpetual "we have him!. . . no we don't. . . " sort of storyline. . . doesn't really feel like the show is working toward anything. We end in more or less the same place we were when we left off. That's what made the latter half of series 1 so great - there was a kind of urgency, and the urgency was personal, not just global. "We need to save the country!" is a harder plot line to care about than "We need to save the country so I can marry my woman" (re: Aragorn/Arwen. . . and how Robin/Marian should have been. . . )

Now I'm just ranting. Basically I agree with you, Robin. Well done.

12 April 2009 at 00:26  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem I have with Kate at the moment (following on from my perception of her in the last episode) is that she simply doesn't seem to be a very nice person. She's rude, she's bad-tempered, and just generally unpleasant.

I could understand why Robin and Guy were obsessed with Marian. I could understand why Will and Allan were smitten with Djaq.

But Kate? What's there to like?

12 April 2009 at 02:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, I loved it! What I couldn't get over was how they actually showed the abbot as a "gray" character--he did the wrong thing, but for not bad reasons, and then he came through in the end. For this show, that counts as highly subtle!

I was also surprised at how I didn't miss Guy at all. It seems that lately, when he's around, the show becomes All About Gisbourne and His Issues. Him being gone gave us the excuse for more of a plot, as well as more room for Keith Allen to play and for the Sheriff to develop a bit as a character.

And I like Kate well enough. I thought she was kind of harsh towards Much, but I can see her larger point: Dude, we're starving, you've brought the wrath of the Church down on us, my brother's dead, and the Sheriff is bleeding us dry...and you want me to drop everything because you're sniffing around like a puppy in heat?

12 April 2009 at 03:10  
Blogger Rav said...

Another great review/summary, though sadly not for a particularly good episode. It seems that the only way to enjoy "Robin Hood" now is to lower my expectations considerably...and even then this show *still* has a way of making me wonder: "why do *that*?" As you pointed out so amusingly, the amount of the times the outlaws are taken prisoner/escape unscathed is nothing short of ludicrous at this stage. Three seasons in, and the status-quo between Robin and the sheriff has not changed in the slightest.

Was I the only one who noticed several similarities with the S1 episode "A Thing or Two About Loyalty?" In both cases the outlaws are trying to track down a "forbidden document," and at one stage Tuck even echoes Djaq's words: "It's progress!" (making me disappointed we'll never see any interaction between them. Opposing faiths and yet equal intellect could have made for a fantastic character dynamic). Yet another idea to throw on the "lost potential" pile.

There were a few nice moments. As guest stars go, the Abbott was upper-tier. I could appreciate the fact that the abbott was a rather grey character...but c'mon, did he really have to wait until the outlaws were ON FIRE before he finally spoke out?

I'm still not warming to Kate: the slip-of-the-hand with the arrowhead would have been better recieved if she hadn't been so rude to Much earlier in the episode. Her hair still hurts my eyes. And her relationship with her mother seems a tired rehash of Edward/Marian.

I loved the cute Allan/Much interaction at the beginning, as well as the uneasiness between Allan/Tuck, and the fact that Tuck is a bit of a loose cannon. The child refusing to light the bonfire was another nice touch (especially since it was Kate's sister). Amazingly enough, Matthew was referenced, taking the grand total of dead characters mentioned by loved ones after their deaths to FOUR (not even Roy got that honour and he was in the credits!)

But I'm beginning to wonder whether these sparkling nuggets are worth having to watch all the dross.

12 April 2009 at 06:42  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A few months ago, a young Englishman in Hungary sent me a p.m. via my LiveJournal, saying he had auditioned for a small part in RH, and wondered if the episode had aired yet. He even sent me scans of the scenes he read to demonstrate his veracity. He said he was unable to go much further than that initial reading for the producers because filming interfered with school.

It turns out it was this episode. Interestingly, he (a fifteen-year-old) was reading for the part of a 12-year-old boy who the sheriff tasked with lighting the fire under the stakes the Hoodies were tied to...and who was in league with Allan and Tuck when they came to the castle to find the manuscript. That part seems to have been transferred to young Maggie, who looked considerably younger, didn't help Allan and Tuck, and, indeed, had no lines at all as far as I can remember.

12 April 2009 at 08:07  
Anonymous kitty said...

I love David Hayman I think he is an excellent actor , the interactions between Allen and him were exceptionally good . Overall the piece was well written but not well constructed .The inevitable jail sequences , one could make a cup of tea come back ,miss nothing .But the merit of the plot will be lost on a lot of viewers , which highlights yet again the struggle the programme has had filling a particular tea time slot .
okay to kill Marian but make sure there is not any blood , might upset small people .
Kate sorry no matter how much they have the dame looking longingly at R.h it is not working .

12 April 2009 at 14:35  
Blogger evielyn said...

Hi Everyone
I too was surprised that I never missed Guy at all He really wasn't needed in this particular story in fact I think he would have slowed the story down brooding as usual over his conscience. The sheriff managed quite well with out him and it gave him more to do as well but as someone else has just mentioned We aren't going anywhere

I dread to think what will happen in E13 if it carries on in the same vein and as Joni says Kate is now not only the only single girl in Nottingham but presumably one of the rudest as well.

12 April 2009 at 16:51  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi evielyn

I think "disjointed" sums it up.

I wasn't quite as offended as most over kate's comment to Much. I just assumed she was being firm in getting rid of him. He did come across as a bit simple, so maybe she thought he wouldn't understand any other way....


Hi Joni

I kind of miss Much. He was one of the shining lights of series 1, especially nearer the start. But he's kind of slipped a little into the background. (Well, haven't they all?)


Hi Anonymous

"The problem I have with Kate at the moment is that she's rude, she's bad-tempered, and just generally unpleasant."

She is of course a "rough" peasant girl, and not an educated ex-Sheriff's daughter...



I'm glad you loved it. I agree it was better than last week, but there are so many repetitious bits that it is starting to really irk me.

As for Keith Allen having chance to develop the character, I think he's the kind of actor who benefits from an apparent need to "steal the show" from whoever is on screen with him. In real life, if I had to play opposite him, he'd scare me stiff. (Remember that scene in Series 1 when Robin hood sneaked up on him in his sleep? Robin had the knife, but jonas looked frightened..

And I'm also quite liking Kate. Maybe because I expected nothing from the role. Potential there I think...

Oh, and thanks for that little story about the casting. I must say, when this second "little ginger haired girl" turned up looking absolutely nothing like last week's, i was reaching for my spectacles.


Hi Rav

Thanks for the kind words. I agree about "lowering expectations", which is nevertheless a sad indictment of the show as it's gone.

But I'm beginning to wonder whether these sparkling nuggets are worth having to watch all the dross.


Hi kitty,

I love David Hayman to. And I really like having a new angle on Tuck. But, is he going to be this "nice" and calmly eloquent all the way through?

RE: "the struggle the programme has had filling a particular tea time slot ." Did you watch Doctor Who immediately before it? the contrast in quality spoke volumes.


Hi evielyn,

Maybe it's because kate is the only single girl in Nottingham that she can be as moody and rude as she likes, knowing that the guys are all desperate and will put up with it? (Maybe I'll stop making excuses for her? Maybe I'll open a fake MyFace page for her? Hmmmmmmmm...)


12 April 2009 at 19:37  
Anonymous kitty said...

Dr who is a labour of love and it shows . i think Kate`s comments were meant to supply humour for the youngsters that watch .
Marian`s demise has left such a gap ,.Apparently, there is an ongoing discussion as to whether R.H will be replaced as an individual or they will continue as a collective . Personally , i feel replace him

12 April 2009 at 21:48  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi kitty,

I would also say replace him. Just as they did in Robin of Sherwood. So it's more like a title, like a Champion of the People, rather than one specific man

The dialogue ("we are Robin hood"), has clearly been hinting at a collective approach for quite some time.

However, if I'm totally honest, I'd say pull the plug on it now. That's very sad to say, I know.

12 April 2009 at 22:00  
Anonymous kitty said...

Hi R.H I agree with you but i think the revenues are so high i can`t see that as an option .

12 April 2009 at 22:04  
Blogger robin hood said...

But are the revenues all that high?

Okay, it's no secret I live in Nottingham. Today I went down to the major Oak (Robin Hood's Tree), and being easter Sunday, even on an overcast day, the place is busy. Loads of kids running round buying their bows and arrows.

But what is their image of Robin? They all recognise, wear, and want the Lincoln green hat, etc.

You won't find a picture of Jonas (or anything to do with this show), anywhere in the village.

12 April 2009 at 22:11  
Blogger Ruth said...

I'm not saying this was a great episode, but I was really quite happy with it. Kate was toned done quite a bit - not as shrill as last week, which I appreciated. I am loving the glimpses of Allan's character now that he's been reassimilated into the gang - he's still so funny, but he's more serious and grounded...I like to read that as he now realizes what's important in life, and what he could lose if he screws up again. I also liked the fact that the Sheriff had to operate without Guy around as his whipping boy - I missed Guy, but I thought it brought a new perspective to the Sheriff's increasing panic over Prince John (speaking of John, I'm beyond ready to meet him!!). I also liked how they touched on what it would mean if the Bible was available to the people, in their own language - I think that really stood out to me b/c I did some studying on Tyndale's translation and how that was viewed by the "powers that be" last year. Anyway - all of that to say, I don't think it was one of the show's best episodes, but I enjoyed it. Curious to see where things go in the next installment.

12 April 2009 at 23:17  
Blogger robin hood said...

Thanks Ruth.

I do think it was basically a good story.

It's just the way it was presented which, for me, could have been better constructed.

that's a good observation about Allen. I was soooooo impressed with Joe in the past, and the hetaed exchanges he got into with Jonas - on screen of course. It's a shame the basic cast aren't used MUCH more consistently.

13 April 2009 at 00:00  
Blogger Joni said...

Yes - they all have disappeared a bit into the background. It probably has something to do with a certain writer getting rid of one main cast member and two supporting cast members at the end of last season, and now they have a plethora of new people to try and build storylines for, which leaves the show somewhat disjointed - half the cast is back in series one (so to speak) and the others have several seasons behind them. Hopefully things will get better?

13 April 2009 at 00:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Robin

Thanks for your blog! it's great to visit and participate in this space and see there are others "hoodies" like me who enjoy with the series :)

And now, regarding the episode. I must say I like it for the subject matter. I'm a translator and it really enjoyed me that the translation plot was the subject of the episode;
About season 3 in general... I must say I really miss Marian. Come on, it's Lady Marian, we would have never thought of a Robin without Marian and we do really miss Lucy.
Regarding Kate... I would not know what to say; just my thoughts, I wouldn't like her to end up with Robin... I'm sorry, but if S3 is the end of Robin (at least of this one) I could not find a reason of her being the new love interest :(
I hope she ends up with Much...

It's good to see episodes without Gisbourne work ;) but I must say I agree with you regarding Richard's excellent performance, he does it really well.

And about references to died characters, I just wonder why we can remember a secondary character just died (well, I know, we have to know more about Kate and why she decided to fight) but not to other more important dead characters...
By the way, I spent the whole 2 last episodes wondering how Kate could mantain her hairdo :-P

Regards from Spain

13 April 2009 at 01:05  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi Joni,

The problem seems to be that no-one we like sticks around long enough to make things better.


Hi Anonymous from Spain,

Thanks for your words of appreciation.

I to really miss Marian. partly because lucy was so good, but mostly because (as you say), Maid Marian is the stuff of Legend.

I feel the show has totally excluded the girl viewers, none of whom are likely to identify with Kate's character at present. Your idea about her ending up with Much after all is a good one. I'd like to see that happen!

13 April 2009 at 14:23  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i did not like this ep, is getting boring, please stop doing the whole we have him!. . . upsi no we don't gizzy it´s your fault stuff! please sheriff if you want to kill the gang just killed them, do not wait! just use a sword(okey i like the gang but come on!! i´m bored of that is the same every ep)
kate yeah hey peasant girly why the hair?? and why is your sister y redhaired? and why is your mommy is annoying? and why when you blink it make a noisy(that was so silly come on BBC).
new peasant girl, blondie you are on probation better be nice to much and stay away from robin!! robin you are not a bachelor your wife is dead pretend your are a bit sad, while guy´s world is going to ashes bobbin is so happy! come on! poor marian.


14 April 2009 at 03:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that no one seems to know their place. Much, Alan, and John have become background scenery. I feel that they are a bit of a peanut gallery at this point. Tuck basically stole everyone's lines, and seriously, who put him in charge? He sort of just honed in and suddenly he's the Number 2 Guy.

I though the whole reasoning behind killing off Marian was to "take the show in a new direction." From what I've read here we're all in agreement that they are to the point of recycling plots/story lines.

And seriously, if I see that stupid braid on Kate's head for one more week I am going to jump thru the television and cut it off myself and I'm not being funny.


14 April 2009 at 21:28  
Anonymous kitty said...

Revenues from overseas royaltys;I think Keith Allen is quoted as saying that R.H is one of the most lucrative . That makes sense as it is obvious money has been thrown at the programme this time round .In cadfael the entrance to the monastry looks exactly the same as the entrance to Nottingham castle . Someone has to die soon it must be at least a fortnight since a charcater has paid the price . Kate and Robin it doesn`t work for me i could see her with Mutch or indeed Alan .Gisbourne`s sister might be the new love interest in Robinenders

14 April 2009 at 21:38  
Blogger evielyn said...

Hi Everyone
I seem to remember reading somewhere with one of the interviews that Robin is drawn more to Isabella then Kate.

As yet I am afraid Robin/Kate doesn't work for me either already shades of Marian giving something to Robin or (distracting someone )as with Kate and the arrowhead!

Why are the writers already pushing them together? I would like to see Allen with someone he is completely wasted at present.

I only hope for Robin's sake that Guy never catches him in a clinch with Kate he would really have a field day as at least HE is still mourning Marian it wouldn't be so bad if she was mentioned ocassionally even if only by the gang between themselves

Watched the show again and saw the birds I'd forgotten how the Sheriff likes birds!
Hopefully the story will pick up when Prince John appears its about time he did.
I saw also that Keith Allen says he is bored with the show after 3 series and won't do a forth but surely I read somewhere that Robin kills the Sheriff Curiouser and curiouser!

14 April 2009 at 22:33  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi everybody,I seem to have descended into PC hell at the moment, hence the slow response to people's comments and the continued absence of new pictures. But I hope to have it all sorted very soon.


Hi NataliaI've just watched this episode again. It seems there are a LOT of people in Loxley with red hair...


Hi sjl,RE you jumping through the TV to cut off Kate's hair: Can you wait 'til my computer's fixed? I'd love to get some screen shots of that.


Hi Kitty,Certainly it seems to have a big following in the USA if my stat counter is anything to go by.

But I think the name sells the product more than the content of the show.


Hi evielyn,I reckon we might be in for one of those corny story lines in which Kate decides she likes Robin after all when he starts fancying Isabella.

I'm looking forward to this Isabella making an appearance.

14 April 2009 at 23:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's funny how so many people see the Gang as being neglected now, because I see almost the opposite. It may be the direction more than the writing, but John seems to have more of a presence, Allan seems more grown-up, and Much seems more complex. On top of that, they seem to work better as a team or well-oiled machine than before. It feels to me like the show is trying to move to a more ensemble piece than a star-driven vehicle, possible because such shows are less dependent on any particular actors and so tend to have longer shelf lives.

15 April 2009 at 03:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said:

"I though the whole reasoning behind killing off Marian was to "take the show in a new direction." From what I've read here we're all in agreement that they are to the point of recycling plots/story lines."

So true. When Marian was killed off, the resounding cry from fans was: "What was the *point*?" Three episodes into S3, and the show isn't much closer to giving us an answer. In fact, the show seems to have forgotten that it even happened!

15 April 2009 at 08:42  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi dcwash,"John seems to have more of a presence." Or is he getting more camera times by default, simply because Marian, Will, and Djaq are missing. I was disappointed John accepted Tuck's obvious strength so readily. Unlike his first encounter with the Crusader, Legrand, where each had to prove themself. (Series 2 Episode 11, "Treasure of the Nation").

"Much seems more complex." I don't really see this one either, as yet. This doesn't seem to be the post-war Much sobbing alone in the bath, or the confused and jealous Much regarding Robin's relationship with Marian, or indeed the Much who expressed himself with more ardour with that female spy of the Sheriff's in series 1 (whose name escapes me), than he did with Kate.

I'm afraid the jury is still out with me regarding the current state of the gang.


Hi anonymous,I think the whole "new direction" thing was a feeble cover. One doesn't let a writer, who's leaving the show, dictate new directions for what comes after he's gone.


Everybody,We haven't yet had a scene in the ol' barn, or the trusty mine shaft yet......

Oh the anticipation of it all...


15 April 2009 at 10:01  
Blogger Rav said...

***"Much seems more complex." I don't really see this one either, as yet. This doesn't seem to be the post-war Much sobbing alone in the bath, or the confused and jealous Much regarding Robin's relationship with Marian, or indeed the Much who expressed himself with more ardour with that female spy of the Sheriff's in series 1 (whose name escapes me), than he did with Kate.***

I agree with this. The girl's name was Eve, and I'm disappointed that the show (and by default, Much as well) have completely forgotten her, since she and Much had a very sweet connection in the short time we saw them with each other. (And Much doesn't seem like the type to forget his promise to come and find her after the fighting stops).

I was much more intrigued by his subtle resentment toward Marian in regards to her relationship with Robin than I will be with the inevitable jealousy that flares up between Much/Kate/Robin.

To me, even Allan seemed a little "off" in this episode. Why was the "thief" so clumsy when he and Tuck broke into the castle to get the Bible? Why does the "ladies man" give Much the rather painful advice of telling Kate that she's "perfect"? Why did he call religion "mumbo jumbo" when previously we've seen him quite superstitious, and even a little pious on occassion? And why did the man who values his life so highly look as though he was going to die of boredom long before the flames got him? (I guess even *he's* realised by this stage that the outlaws are *always* going to escape).

Apologies for a post full of more complaining (but I have to vent somewhere!). I'm tuning in for one more episode, and if it carries on like this, I'll spare everyone my endless grumbling by simply switching off the TV.

16 April 2009 at 01:07  
Blogger robin hood said...

Hi Rav,thanks for the name check on Eve. (I loiked her. Yet another character it would have been nice to see turn up again).

And don't leave us. Switching off the TV cannot be an option. We're all in it 'til the end...

16 April 2009 at 20:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Much Much Much I thought Eve was your own true love. Eve is waiting for you.

22 April 2009 at 12:12  

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