It was much, much worse. Its sole saving grace was the absence of Pip, though that joy was rather mitigated by the nauseating smugness of her misguided parents, now (no doubt justifiably) certain that the 500 grand is theirs.
As for the scenes between Kate and Jacob and the “Let’s Blame Ed For Doing What I Told Him” party…
Do the SWs really think we enjoy that sort of thing?
PS - Has Tony thrown himself under another bull? I’d have thought he’d have something to say about Peggy’s plan to sow discord among her heirs—or, rather, non-heirs—for generations to come.
Surely disqualified because of all the unnecessary flights to Bulgaria?* Hardly very green, is it?
Actually, it will be whatever bee is buzzing round the current AgEd’s bonnet. With Graham Harvey it was transition communities, for Steve Peacock megadairies. Do we know if Sarah Swadling has any particular obsessions?
Because it sounds so adolescent, I think. But fair point: there is very little Pip says that doesn’t make me want to do her serious physical damage on grounds either of sound or of substance (and often both).