History Main / WaterlooRoad

17th Oct '13 8:09:39 AM Discar
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Drama (2006-Present) set in a dodgy version of TheGoodOldBritishComp.

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Greater Manchester]], has to turn the school around when it faces closure. Or at least that's how things were in the first season. The show quickly developed a large revolving cast and uses the school setting to explore many different storylines and characters. The end of seasons seven saw the show move filming location and setting to Scotland where it remains based. Currently finishing its eighth season, the show has already been renewed for a ninth.

It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number [[MostWritersAreWriters teach English]]. This extends to the students as well. While the show makes use of single episode characters to explore some more involved storylines, primarily the care student cast will be involved in just about everything. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. Of course this can all be brushed off as [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality part of the nature of setting a television show in a school]].

Of particular note is that revolving cast which easily stretches to well over seventy principal cast members over the course of eight seasons. The show can be reasonably divided based on headteacher, of which there have been four so far (with a fifth soon to step up). The tone especially changes with each headmaster. Initially, the headmaster was a world-weary cynic with a more idealistic deputy but the more cynical perspective tends to be sidelined, and occasionally vilified, as the show evolved.

Things have been a little bit crazy here. So far- [[Recap/WaterlooRoad see the recap]].

----
!!This show contains examples of:
* AbusiveParents: [[DysfunctionJunction Well, naturally]].
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Or rather just Maxine wanting Earl. Which results in [[spoiler: the former's death.]]
* AllGuysWantCheerleaders: Possibly the reason why none of the girls complained when it was created.
* AnAesop: Frequently used, in all formats of the trope.
* ApatheticTeacher: Mr Budgen.
* AxesAtSchool: Several times, notably in the series 4 opener.
* BadassTeacher:
** Mr Rimmer.
** Standing up to the woman he loves and putting himself between a thug [[spoiler: with a knife]] and a student, all in one day? Who expected that from Chalky?
** Tom Clarkson, stood up to Earl Kelly amongst others
* BerserkButton:
** Lindsay is quick to offer a death threat to anyone who hurts her sister. [[spoiler: She means it.]]
** And increasingly, Mr Mead tends to lose it whenever one of his students are endangered or harmed.
* BittersweetEnding: The second season finale, everything seems to be going right for the school and then a teacher gets stabbed to death right before the closing credits. It was left open as to whether she was actually dead until the start of the next season, [[RealitySubtext probably because the actress was involved in contract negotiations.]]
* BritishBrevity: Well and truly averted by the 20-hour Series 3.
** The opening episode of Season 4 was 90 minutes long and there's a projected 20 episodes again this season!
** Plus another season also of 20 episodes
* BookEnds: The first episode introduces Tom Clarkson going up the school roof to help someone in need. The finale of Series 8 shows Tom going up to the school roof to help someone in need, [[spoiler: but this time, events take a more tragic turn.]]
* ComingOutStory: [[spoiler:Josh]].
* CorruptChurch: Gerry Preston.
* CrapsackWorld: One reviewer described it, not entirely inaccurately, as being set in a town that resembles a cross between [[DivineComedy Dante's Inferno]] and Baghdad.
* DarkAndTroubledPast:
** In Series 5 we find out that Lindsay James [[spoiler:was sexually abused by her father]] leading to [[spoiler:her eventually murdering him.]]
** Rachel Mason [[spoiler:was revealed to have worked as a prostitute before becoming a teacher.]]
** Bex appears to have had one, from the time she was missing.
* DawsonCasting: Considering UK laws on child filming and the fact that the pupils are a major part of the show, it's pretty much a given.
** A possible LampshadeHanging in the third season when a teacher successfully passes herself off as a student for a football match.
** Taken to the extreme with the casting of 28 year old Roxanne Pallett as a 17 year old. [[http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s24/waterloo-road/news/a344609/waterloo-road-casts-emmerdale-star-roxanne-pallett.html]]
* DiabolusExMachina: At the end of series seven, in one of the most bizarre {{Mood Whiplash}}es ever.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Lorna Dickey.]]
* DoesNotLikeMen: Lindsay has a few moments like this, [[spoiler: due to her abusive father.]]
* DysfunctionJunction
* EconomyCast
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: A female teacher gets hair extensions... and then kills herself.
* FakeNationality: Francesca Montoya is played by an Indian actress of British extraction, born in India.
* FanService:
** Elizabeth Berrington aka Ruby Fry, and an uncredited teacher played by a blonde extra.
** And more recently pop star [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_David Karen David]] as Francesca Montoya.
* FreakOut: the very first episode starts with the old headmaster, Mr. Vaisey, being driven to a nervous breakdown by the appalling state of the school.
* TheGoodOldBritishComp
* HeroicBSOD: Nearly ''always'' Grantly Budgen, or Tom Clarkson.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Several, namely:
** [[spoiler:Anna Camp from ''TrueBlood'']]
** Philip Martin Brown. who was in ''Series/TheProfessionals''
** Paige Meade from ''AttacktheBlock'', aka rapper Paigey Cakey
** Robson Green (who plays Mr. Scotcher the caretaker) was [[Series/BeingHuman McNair the werewolf]]
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Rachel Mason,]] sort of.
* IObject: Donte and Chlo's first wedding.
* KatyPerry: Her music is sometimes used as background music.
* KidAnova: Aiden, who manages to get two girls pregnant during series 7.
* {{Jerkass}}:
** Ralph Mellor.
** And Lewis Seddon, to a rather extreme degree, though he eventually reforms.
* LargeHam: "Amy is NOT BANKSY!"
* LettingHerHairDown: Chloe's hair-style goes up when she separates from Donte for a while.
* MamaBear:
** Rose Kelly, post-straightening herself out.
** Rachel Mason towards her students.
* MoodWhiplash
* NoCommunitiesWereHarmed: Averted by filming and setting it in a real town, though they goofed once or twice in the first season.
* NoodleIncident: Whatever Danielle keeps going on about with her friends that involves "a bottle of Diet Coke, some chips and a night out in Rochdale town centre". Also, Karla's background and her Asperger's Syndrome.
* OopNorth: A reasonably authentic portrayal, less the more over-the-top plotlines.
* PsychologistTeacher:
** Miss Campbell.
** Later, Miss Mason, who is also a SternTeacher and a [[NonGivingUpSchoolGuy Non Giving Up School Person]].
* PutOnABus: Mika, who is stated on the official website to have gone to university.
* RealLifeRelative: Steph and Dave the security guard are played by actors who are married to each other in real life.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: a particularly ludicrous case. TheBBC decided it needed to make more of its programmes in Scotland, including ''Waterloo Road''. So at the end of series 7 the local authority closes the school. Meanwhile a rich philanthropist and former pupil of headmaster Mr. Byrne has decided to set up a private but non-fee-paying school for local children in a deprived area near Glasgow...so Mr. Byrne decides to move there, along with most of the named teachers and even some of the pupils (the new school will have a boarding house). All this is about as realistic as an episode of ''Series/DoctorWho''.
** Similarly, the DiabolusExMachina at the end of that series happened because the writers didn't yet know which of the cast would be moving to Scotland.
* RealitySubtext: A few times.
* RippedFromTheHeadlines: Too many times to count.
* RuleOfFunny: Used too many times to count.
* SchoolPlay: The aforementioned musical, which of course contains SuspiciouslyAproposMusic.
* SexySchoolwoman: As yet averted. It looks wrong for the time slot (8pm) and the people who wear school uniforms are school-age characters, who don't do that sort of thing.
* StalkerWithACrush: Philip goes from sending Flick cheesy cards to leaving a set of his aunt's underwear in her school bag.
* SternTeacher: Mr Treneman. On his first day, when he sees a pupil take another boy's bus pass in the queue for the school bus, he calls the police. He then introduces the "cooler" for those who misbehave.
* StockPunishment: Mr. Budgen gets sponges thrown at him for a fair to raise money for Rwanda aid projects.
* StrawManPolitical: Mika as tree-hugger. Seriously, that woman needs some help.
* ViolentGlaswegian: Somewhat subverted. Miss Koreshi got verbal, but never physical.
* ViralMarketing: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The semi-regular appearance of WRTL 2600 and Delta streetlights in outside broadcasts makes it look that way, anyway. No, the streetlighting firm WRTL does ''not'' have any involvement with the show, despite popular belief.
----

to:

Drama (2006-Present) set in a dodgy version of TheGoodOldBritishComp.

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Greater Manchester]], has to turn the school around when it faces closure. Or at least that's how things were in the first season. The show quickly developed a large revolving cast and uses the school setting to explore many different storylines and characters. The end of seasons seven saw the show move filming location and setting to Scotland where it remains based. Currently finishing its eighth season, the show has already been renewed for a ninth.

It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number [[MostWritersAreWriters teach English]]. This extends to the students as well. While the show makes use of single episode characters to explore some more involved storylines, primarily the care student cast will be involved in just about everything. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. Of course this can all be brushed off as [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality part of the nature of setting a television show in a school]].

Of particular note is that revolving cast which easily stretches to well over seventy principal cast members over the course of eight seasons. The show can be reasonably divided based on headteacher, of which there have been four so far (with a fifth soon to step up). The tone especially changes with each headmaster. Initially, the headmaster was a world-weary cynic with a more idealistic deputy but the more cynical perspective tends to be sidelined, and occasionally vilified, as the show evolved.

Things have been a little bit crazy here. So far- [[Recap/WaterlooRoad see the recap]].

----
!!This show contains examples of:
* AbusiveParents: [[DysfunctionJunction Well, naturally]].
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Or rather just Maxine wanting Earl. Which results in [[spoiler: the former's death.]]
* AllGuysWantCheerleaders: Possibly the reason why none of the girls complained when it was created.
* AnAesop: Frequently used, in all formats of the trope.
* ApatheticTeacher: Mr Budgen.
* AxesAtSchool: Several times, notably in the series 4 opener.
* BadassTeacher:
** Mr Rimmer.
** Standing up to the woman he loves and putting himself between a thug [[spoiler: with a knife]] and a student, all in one day? Who expected that from Chalky?
** Tom Clarkson, stood up to Earl Kelly amongst others
* BerserkButton:
** Lindsay is quick to offer a death threat to anyone who hurts her sister. [[spoiler: She means it.]]
** And increasingly, Mr Mead tends to lose it whenever one of his students are endangered or harmed.
* BittersweetEnding: The second season finale, everything seems to be going right for the school and then a teacher gets stabbed to death right before the closing credits. It was left open as to whether she was actually dead until the start of the next season, [[RealitySubtext probably because the actress was involved in contract negotiations.]]
* BritishBrevity: Well and truly averted by the 20-hour Series 3.
** The opening episode of Season 4 was 90 minutes long and there's a projected 20 episodes again this season!
** Plus another season also of 20 episodes
* BookEnds: The first episode introduces Tom Clarkson going up the school roof to help someone in need. The finale of Series 8 shows Tom going up to the school roof to help someone in need, [[spoiler: but this time, events take a more tragic turn.]]
* ComingOutStory: [[spoiler:Josh]].
* CorruptChurch: Gerry Preston.
* CrapsackWorld: One reviewer described it, not entirely inaccurately, as being set in a town that resembles a cross between [[DivineComedy Dante's Inferno]] and Baghdad.
* DarkAndTroubledPast:
** In Series 5 we find out that Lindsay James [[spoiler:was sexually abused by her father]] leading to [[spoiler:her eventually murdering him.]]
** Rachel Mason [[spoiler:was revealed to have worked as a prostitute before becoming a teacher.]]
** Bex appears to have had one, from the time she was missing.
* DawsonCasting: Considering UK laws on child filming and the fact that the pupils are a major part of the show, it's pretty much a given.
** A possible LampshadeHanging in the third season when a teacher successfully passes herself off as a student for a football match.
** Taken to the extreme with the casting of 28 year old Roxanne Pallett as a 17 year old. [[http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s24/waterloo-road/news/a344609/waterloo-road-casts-emmerdale-star-roxanne-pallett.html]]
* DiabolusExMachina: At the end of series seven, in one of the most bizarre {{Mood Whiplash}}es ever.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Lorna Dickey.]]
* DoesNotLikeMen: Lindsay has a few moments like this, [[spoiler: due to her abusive father.]]
* DysfunctionJunction
* EconomyCast
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: A female teacher gets hair extensions... and then kills herself.
* FakeNationality: Francesca Montoya is played by an Indian actress of British extraction, born in India.
* FanService:
** Elizabeth Berrington aka Ruby Fry, and an uncredited teacher played by a blonde extra.
** And more recently pop star [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_David Karen David]] as Francesca Montoya.
* FreakOut: the very first episode starts with the old headmaster, Mr. Vaisey, being driven to a nervous breakdown by the appalling state of the school.
* TheGoodOldBritishComp
* HeroicBSOD: Nearly ''always'' Grantly Budgen, or Tom Clarkson.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Several, namely:
** [[spoiler:Anna Camp from ''TrueBlood'']]
** Philip Martin Brown. who was in ''Series/TheProfessionals''
** Paige Meade from ''AttacktheBlock'', aka rapper Paigey Cakey
** Robson Green (who plays Mr. Scotcher the caretaker) was [[Series/BeingHuman McNair the werewolf]]
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Rachel Mason,]] sort of.
* IObject: Donte and Chlo's first wedding.
* KatyPerry: Her music is sometimes used as background music.
* KidAnova: Aiden, who manages to get two girls pregnant during series 7.
* {{Jerkass}}:
** Ralph Mellor.
** And Lewis Seddon, to a rather extreme degree, though he eventually reforms.
* LargeHam: "Amy is NOT BANKSY!"
* LettingHerHairDown: Chloe's hair-style goes up when she separates from Donte for a while.
* MamaBear:
** Rose Kelly, post-straightening herself out.
** Rachel Mason towards her students.
* MoodWhiplash
* NoCommunitiesWereHarmed: Averted by filming and setting it in a real town, though they goofed once or twice in the first season.
* NoodleIncident: Whatever Danielle keeps going on about with her friends that involves "a bottle of Diet Coke, some chips and a night out in Rochdale town centre". Also, Karla's background and her Asperger's Syndrome.
* OopNorth: A reasonably authentic portrayal, less the more over-the-top plotlines.
* PsychologistTeacher:
** Miss Campbell.
** Later, Miss Mason, who is also a SternTeacher and a [[NonGivingUpSchoolGuy Non Giving Up School Person]].
* PutOnABus: Mika, who is stated on the official website to have gone to university.
* RealLifeRelative: Steph and Dave the security guard are played by actors who are married to each other in real life.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: a particularly ludicrous case. TheBBC decided it needed to make more of its programmes in Scotland, including ''Waterloo Road''. So at the end of series 7 the local authority closes the school. Meanwhile a rich philanthropist and former pupil of headmaster Mr. Byrne has decided to set up a private but non-fee-paying school for local children in a deprived area near Glasgow...so Mr. Byrne decides to move there, along with most of the named teachers and even some of the pupils (the new school will have a boarding house). All this is about as realistic as an episode of ''Series/DoctorWho''.
** Similarly, the DiabolusExMachina at the end of that series happened because the writers didn't yet know which of the cast would be moving to Scotland.
* RealitySubtext: A few times.
* RippedFromTheHeadlines: Too many times to count.
* RuleOfFunny: Used too many times to count.
* SchoolPlay: The aforementioned musical, which of course contains SuspiciouslyAproposMusic.
* SexySchoolwoman: As yet averted. It looks wrong for the time slot (8pm) and the people who wear school uniforms are school-age characters, who don't do that sort of thing.
* StalkerWithACrush: Philip goes from sending Flick cheesy cards to leaving a set of his aunt's underwear in her school bag.
* SternTeacher: Mr Treneman. On his first day, when he sees a pupil take another boy's bus pass in the queue for the school bus, he calls the police. He then introduces the "cooler" for those who misbehave.
* StockPunishment: Mr. Budgen gets sponges thrown at him for a fair to raise money for Rwanda aid projects.
* StrawManPolitical: Mika as tree-hugger. Seriously, that woman needs some help.
* ViolentGlaswegian: Somewhat subverted. Miss Koreshi got verbal, but never physical.
* ViralMarketing: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The semi-regular appearance of WRTL 2600 and Delta streetlights in outside broadcasts makes it look that way, anyway. No, the streetlighting firm WRTL does ''not'' have any involvement with the show, despite popular belief.
----
[[redirect:Series/WaterlooRoad]]
22nd Aug '13 3:09:59 PM nlpnt
Is there an issue? Send a Message


It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number teach English. This extends to the students as well. While the show makes use of single episode characters to explore some more involved storylines, primarily the care student cast will be involved in just about everything. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. Of course this can all be brushed off as [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality part of the nature of setting a television show in a school]].

to:

It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number [[MostWritersAreWriters teach English.English]]. This extends to the students as well. While the show makes use of single episode characters to explore some more involved storylines, primarily the care student cast will be involved in just about everything. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. Of course this can all be brushed off as [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality part of the nature of setting a television show in a school]].
5th Jul '13 2:02:32 PM animacruor
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

**Tom Clarkson, stood up to Earl Kelly amongst others
5th Jul '13 8:26:10 AM Moham
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* BookEnds: The first episode introduces Tom Clarkson going up the school roof to help someone in need. The finale of Series 8 shows Tom going up to the school roof to help someone in need, [[spoiler: but this time, events take a more tragic turn].]

to:

* BookEnds: The first episode introduces Tom Clarkson going up the school roof to help someone in need. The finale of Series 8 shows Tom going up to the school roof to help someone in need, [[spoiler: but this time, events take a more tragic turn].]turn.]]
5th Jul '13 8:25:44 AM Moham
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Plus another season also of 20 episodes!

to:

** Plus another season also of 20 episodes!episodes
* BookEnds: The first episode introduces Tom Clarkson going up the school roof to help someone in need. The finale of Series 8 shows Tom going up to the school roof to help someone in need, [[spoiler: but this time, events take a more tragic turn].]
20th Jun '13 12:44:55 PM JacuzziSplot
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Drama (2006-2012) set in a dodgy version of TheGoodOldBritishComp.

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Greater Manchester]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but has to resign over financial irregularities.

Things are a little bit crazy here. So far- [[Recap/WaterlooRoad see the recap]].

It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number teach English. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. There's no visible PE teacher for a start.
* There is now a Head of PE for Season 4 and he's definitely the competitive type - he's brought in full-contact boxing and considers that the girls' football team is not trying hard enough if "it's not the winning that matters". He then abolishes said football team and replaces it with a cheerleading squad.
* 5.11 mentions 650 kids, which is pretty small for a [[TheGoodOldBritishComp Good Old British Comp]], but still too many for the staff we see.

Speaking of PE teachers, the uniform standards at this school are sloppy to say the least. Uniform standards slightly improved over the course of the first season, WordOfGod being that this was a deliberate way of representing the school's improvement. Of course they've still got some way to go.

to:

Drama (2006-2012) (2006-Present) set in a dodgy version of TheGoodOldBritishComp.

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Greater Manchester]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but around when it faces closure. Or at least that's how things were in the first season. The show quickly developed a large revolving cast and uses the school setting to explore many different storylines and characters. The end of seasons seven saw the show move filming location and setting to Scotland where it remains based. Currently finishing its eighth season, the show has to resign over financial irregularities.

Things are
already been renewed for a little bit crazy here. So far- [[Recap/WaterlooRoad see the recap]].

ninth.

It should be noted that [[EconomyCast we only actually see a few of the teaching staff]] and everything seems to happen to them. And a disproportionate number teach English. This extends to the students as well. While the show makes use of single episode characters to explore some more involved storylines, primarily the care student cast will be involved in just about everything. It's not specified what size Waterloo Road is (it's filmed in an old primary school, considerably smaller than most [[strike: high]] secondary schools in the UK) but there are probably many more we haven't seen. There's no visible PE teacher for a start.
* There is now a Head
Of course this can all be brushed off as [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality part of PE for Season 4 and he's definitely the competitive type - he's brought nature of setting a television show in full-contact boxing and considers a school]].

Of particular note is
that the girls' football team is not trying hard enough if "it's not the winning that matters". He then abolishes said football team and replaces it with a cheerleading squad.
* 5.11 mentions 650 kids,
revolving cast which is pretty small for a [[TheGoodOldBritishComp Good Old British Comp]], but still too many for the staff we see.

Speaking of PE teachers, the uniform standards at this school are sloppy
easily stretches to say the least. Uniform standards slightly improved well over seventy principal cast members over the course of eight seasons. The show can be reasonably divided based on headteacher, of which there have been four so far (with a fifth soon to step up). The tone especially changes with each headmaster. Initially, the first season, WordOfGod being that this headmaster was a deliberate way of representing world-weary cynic with a more idealistic deputy but the school's improvement. Of course they've still got some way more cynical perspective tends to go.be sidelined, and occasionally vilified, as the show evolved.

Things have been a little bit crazy here. So far- [[Recap/WaterlooRoad see the recap]].
11th Jun '13 11:37:21 AM HueJass84
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Lancashire]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but has to resign over financial irregularities.

to:

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Lancashire]], Greater Manchester]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but has to resign over financial irregularities.
11th Jun '13 11:30:16 AM HueJass84
Is there an issue? Send a Message


The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[OopNorth Rochdale, Lancashire]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but has to resign over financial irregularities.

to:

The new headmaster of Waterloo Road, a failing comprehensive in [[OopNorth [[FootballPopMusicAndFlatCaps Rochdale, Lancashire]], has to turn the school around. He does so, but has to resign over financial irregularities.
10th Jun '13 2:30:35 AM ragmanlebon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Paige Meade from Attack the Block, aka rapper Paigey Cakey

to:

** Paige Meade from Attack the Block, ''AttacktheBlock'', aka rapper Paigey Cakey
10th Jun '13 2:25:27 AM ragmanlebon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Philip Martin Brown. who was in ''Series/TheProfessionals''.

to:

** Philip Martin Brown. who was in ''Series/TheProfessionals''.''Series/TheProfessionals''
** Paige Meade from Attack the Block, aka rapper Paigey Cakey
This list shows the last 10 events of 10. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.WaterlooRoad