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Started by Lisa Jesusandmarychain, September 08, 2021, 08:51:09 AM
Quote from: Elderly Sumo Prophecy on September 17, 2021, 11:50:54 AMI wanted to see his cock when he went in the shower, but we only got to see his arse.
Quote from: Shameless Custard on September 17, 2021, 09:21:21 AMI love a bit of Tory bashing as much as the next man, but I just feel it went a bit too silly, with her basically kidnapping him and going to live in a caravan etcI work in care/support, and I don't really wanna knock the show as I feel it highlighted some major issues that really did take place at the time, and are still ongoing, and people absolutely should be held accountable for thatBut when she took him off I just kept thinking how in reality that would really disrupt his routine and potentially aggravate him further. People with dementia, altseimers and similar need routine, and familiarity. She disrupted all that without even asking him. I dunno, something about that just didn't ring true or sit right with me. She's forcing something on the poor man as much as the baldy manager is meant to be (the sedatives)He tries to leave, and she brings him back. And yeah, you could say he was doing that in the care home too, but least there he had a team of (apparent) professionals trying to do right by him. The sedation effects seemed a bit OTT, as in reality it's highly unlikely it'd turn him into a complete zombie who just sits there drooling and lifeless, unless they were proper illegally dosing him up. A standard sedative would just slow the person down a bit. Not saying it's right, but sedatives exist to ease the worry and upset for the person, not make him/her a zombie who can no longer move or function.From what I know in my job to sedate a resident you legally have to go through a doctor or hospital. Therefore a medical professional had evaluated the situation, and then decided what is in that person's best interests. It simply doesn't happen in 2021 that there's a big bad manager who simply decides to drug residents on a whim and for an easier life. It absolutely used to happen, not so much these days, and certainly not legallyI liked it as a drama, and felt its heart was in the right place, but the reality isn't quite that brutal, and her pulling him from his routine and comfort to basically play cards on a hill and eat one slice of mouldy bread each day just rubbed me up the wrong way a bit
Quote from: Lisa Jesusandmarychain on September 17, 2021, 04:34:37 PMSTOP TALKING ABOUT STEPHEN GRAHAM'S ARSE ON THIS THREAD! I'LL GIVE YOU " STEPHEN GRAHAM'S ARSE" !
Quote from: non capisco on September 19, 2021, 09:38:54 PMI share people's reservations about the events of the last half hour, totally didn't mind the on-the-nose rant at the end though.
Quote from: non capisco on September 19, 2021, 09:38:54 PMSteeled myself to watch this after all and I'm very glad I did, Comer was excellent. I share people's reservations about the events of the last half hour, totally didn't mind the on-the-nose rant at the end though. It feels all the time like the entire media is right leaning and perpetuating the government's malign bullshit on a minute by minute basis so having a mainstream drama end on that note by telling its audience through a proxy character what the cunts are doing and why they're doing it isn't something I feel like being disparaging about. I found its sledgehammer lack of subtlety refreshing and its anger genuine and justified.
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