History Series / GrangeHill

9th Jun '17 9:17:16 AM sniperfox29
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*** Made more hilarious by the fact his actions prove to be in vain anyway as his choice ends up winning regardless.
9th Jun '17 9:15:47 AM sniperfox29
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** To a lesser extent, Nigel and Jimmy at the end of series 7, who having spent the entire season robbing other people of their money, step into save the schools takings at the disco.


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** Repeated with Nigel and Jimmy at the end of series 7, who having spent the entire season robbing other people of their money, step into save the schools takings at the disco.
9th Jun '17 9:14:54 AM sniperfox29
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** To a lesser extent, Nigel and Jimmy at the end of series 8, who having spent the entire season robbing other people of their money, step into save the schools takings at the disco.

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** To a lesser extent, Nigel and Jimmy at the end of series 8, 7, who having spent the entire season robbing other people of their money, step into save the schools takings at the disco.
9th Jun '17 9:14:24 AM sniperfox29
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** To a lesser extent, Nigel and Jimmy at the end of series 8, who having spent the entire season robbing other people of their money, step into save the schools takings at the disco.
21st Jan '17 9:41:16 AM LeedsKing
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* VoteEarlyVoteOften: In one episode, a student helping to tally the votes in a student council election is introduced to the concept of 'spoiled ballots'. He then proceeds to destroy a large number of ballots in an attempt to grant his favoured candidate the win. He is found out because his number of spoiled ballots is so much higher than any other tallyer.

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* VoteEarlyVoteOften: In one episode, a student helping to tally the votes in a student council election is introduced to the concept of 'spoiled ballots'. He then proceeds to destroy a large number of ballots in an attempt to grant his favoured candidate the win. He is found out because his number of spoiled ballots is so much higher than with any other tallyer.teller.
7th Jan '17 10:24:28 AM GothicProphet
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->"You see a shifty man in a leather jacket. "Hey, Son. Want to buy some of this?" The man offers you a packet of white powder. He is a pusher."\\

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->"You see a shifty man in a leather jacket. "Hey, Son.son. Want to buy some of this?" The man offers you a packet of white powder. He is a pusher."\\



"There is an empty look in his eye as he snatches the money from your hand. His face is pale and drawn; His body thin and unfed. He steals to keep his habit; And makes addicts of children. He is dead, and soon you will be too."

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"There is an empty look in his eye as he snatches the money from your hand. His face is pale and drawn; His his body thin and unfed. He steals to keep his habit; And and makes addicts of children. He is dead, and soon you will be too."
10th Apr '16 7:30:49 AM LeedsKing
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* DisturbingStatistic: Martin thoughtlessly mentions that Britain had the highest divorce rate in Europe to a girl whose parents are divorcing.

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* DisturbingStatistic: Martin thoughtlessly mentions that Britain had the highest divorce rate in Europe to a girl whose parents are divorcing.divorcing, which at the time, was quite a novel and outrageous thing to do.
19th Dec '15 3:55:22 PM LoveIsAllYouNeed
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This children's SoapOpera ran on Creator/TheBBC from 1978 to 2008. The series was set in the fictional school of the title in the fictional borough of Northam, in North London, until 2003, when the entire school magically moved to Merseyside. It was eventually discontinued in 2008 after running 30 years.

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This children's SoapOpera ran on Creator/TheBBC from 1978 to 2008. The series was set in the fictional school of the title in the fictional London borough of Northam, in North London, until 2003, when the entire school magically moved to Merseyside. It was eventually discontinued in 2008 after running 30 years.
17th Dec '15 4:48:17 PM LoveIsAllYouNeed
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* GenerationXerox: Peter "Tucker" Jenkin's nephew, Patrick "Togger" Johnson is surprisingly similar to him, having a similar name, having many of the same misadventures, and his classmates even all have a suspiciously similar counterpart in Tucker's own class, to the point where many even have the same initials, e.g. Trisha Yates/Tanya Young, Justin Bennett/Jeremy Bishop, Anne Wilson/Annie Wainwright, etc.
16th Dec '15 7:33:09 PM LoveIsAllYouNeed
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* TheBusCameBack: Fan favourite of the 90s era of the show, Ray Haynes, returned unexpectedly three years after leaving the school, and consequently stayed on for a further six years as a café owner, having matured from a juvenile delinquent into a BigBrotherMentor to all the current students.
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