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Saturday, February 14, 2015

14th February 2015

So have left this a bit late, well been pretty busy with life recently gaining a new role at CCVS this time helping out with their social media like I do the Oxfam Crawley shop, plus been pretty busy helping out the folks at We Luv Eastenders fanpage prepare for the BBC One shows 30th anniversary,which will be screened next week and as an watcher of the show since 1994, I am looking forward to the occasion. Indeed last night saw legendary original villain Nick Cotton, bow out in style of an overdose of dodgy drugs given by Dot, and his fate decided by guest appearance of Jesus, in the very same room of the house where he commited his first vile act in the opening episode of Eastenders killing Reg Cox. The house is similarly just as dark in 2015 as the dreary flat Albert Square residents entered to discover Mr Cox's corpse on the sofa in 1985, I loved the black out at the end though shame there was no Nick's theme at the end, and unlike poor Reg he died with a loved one present well the only person to care until finding out full truth at the end, nice Karma for Mr N Cotton. But credit to veteran legends June Brown and John Altman pulling off those amazing final scenes and whilst Walford won't be mourning Nasty Nick's demise, sure me and plenty of other fans will miss John Altman and his recurring potrayal of Nicholas Charles Cotton. Gee plus got Neighbours 30th anniversary to look forward too next month, and the appearance of a certain ex Oaks fave girl into Emmerdale, so a bit into the soaps at the moment. 


RIP Nick Cotton 1959-2015


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