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Unlucky In Love

by | 23rd, August 2004

‘EVEN by Walford standards, Ian’s unlucky with the ladies. He’s buried two wives, had one run out on him on his wedding day and even Janine would only sleep with him for money.

‘I suppose a shag’s out of the question’

He thought his luck had changed though when Kate revealed that Walford new-comer Jane had the hots for him.

Kate decided to do a spot of match-making, which probably wasn’t strictly out of the kindness of her heart – having been the object of the odious Ian’s advances on more than one occasion, she thought that, like a teenager with a dose of herpes, the best thing to do was to pass him on to someone else.

Although Jane does actually seem to like Ian, she had to reject Ian’s advances because she has a terminally ill husband in a hospice. Of course she has! This is Walford, what else did Ian expect?

The course of true love isn’t running smoothly for poor Sonia and Martin either at the moment. Living with Pauline (aka ‘The Toxic Witch’) means that they don’t get a moment to themselves.

Sonia is desperate for them to get a place of their own. “We’re a newly-wed couple, we should be running around the ‘ouse naked,” she told Martin, who for some bizarre reason didn’t run screaming and puking into the next room – as I did.

Sonia’s plan to rent a flat was spoilt by Pauline, however, who’s offered to buy her council house for the couple. “Now you can stay here forever and ever,” she said – sounding more like Norman Bates’ mother with every episode.

Things are set to get even worse for Sonia in a couple of weeks when Martin ends up bedding a waitress on his belated stag do. It’s no surprise that she’s taken to her trumpet again.

Den’s bedroom antics also continue to shock and sicken. First, he tried to win back Kate. “Now Chrissie’s gone, we can give it another

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