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’ declared Mick.‘That may be the case,’ mumbled Aidan. ’Big words but even after all this time in the series still not that intimidating.

Keanu was so thick that when he was playing chess with Keegan he realised too late ‘what that Invisibility Cloak ain’t a real thing?

These have ranged from skinhead nutters Phil & Grant to geezers in sharp suits such as Steve Owen, Johnny Allen, and Derek Branning. )She was so upset she did what no one in East Enders should ever do and called the Old Bill, who raided the pub mob-handed armed with shields and batons as if it were a hotbed for terrorists, arresting Aidan’s curly-haired dealer.

Despite this, Aidan’s latest enterprise was a farce with so much cocaine being taken in the pub’s toilet wraps of the ‘Colombian marching powder’ were lying around on the floor - fairly unlikely given that it cost 90 quid a gram (according to Mick at least). Predictably, regrettably, that was not the end of it though.

Not until the post-war period did the trends start to reverse; the only country not devastated by The War, the USA, led a new trend which saw those with wealth being able to afford extended vacations or holidays, and the sun-induced tans that came with them, while the reduced number of people employed in agriculture meant that poor people were more likely to spend their workdays indoors in factories (or later call centres) instead of out in the fields.

Skin colour is only the most obvious manifestation of the underlying theme of casting people on the basis of something other than their acting style and/or ability.

Keanu was so thick that when he was playing chess with Keegan he realised too late ‘what that Invisibility Cloak ain’t a real thing? These have ranged from skinhead nutters Phil & Grant to geezers in sharp suits such as Steve Owen, Johnny Allen, and Derek Branning. )She was so upset she did what no one in East Enders should ever do and called the Old Bill, who raided the pub mob-handed armed with shields and batons as if it were a hotbed for terrorists, arresting Aidan’s curly-haired dealer.Despite this, Aidan’s latest enterprise was a farce with so much cocaine being taken in the pub’s toilet wraps of the ‘Colombian marching powder’ were lying around on the floor - fairly unlikely given that it cost 90 quid a gram (according to Mick at least). Predictably, regrettably, that was not the end of it though.Not until the post-war period did the trends start to reverse; the only country not devastated by The War, the USA, led a new trend which saw those with wealth being able to afford extended vacations or holidays, and the sun-induced tans that came with them, while the reduced number of people employed in agriculture meant that poor people were more likely to spend their workdays indoors in factories (or later call centres) instead of out in the fields.Skin colour is only the most obvious manifestation of the underlying theme of casting people on the basis of something other than their acting style and/or ability.When he arrived in the Square, Richard Blackwood’s character was a modern, street-wise, playa savvy enough to work as a police informant (or as Phil repeatedly puts it ‘a grass’).