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Charlie Slater (Character)
from "EastEnders" (1985)

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  1. "EastEnders"
        - 7 January 2016: Part One (2016) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
        - 7 January 2016: Part Two (2016) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
        - Episode #1.5206 (2016) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
        - Episode #1.5205 (2016) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
        - Episode #1.5204 (2016) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
          (789 more)
  2. "If [Blank] Were Real"
        - If TV Shows Were Real (2012) TV episode, Played by Ian Hecox (as Charlie)

  3. "Little Britain"
        - Episode #3.3 (2005) TV episode, Played by Derek Martin
  4. EastEnders: Pat and Mo (2004) (TV) Played by Derek Martin
  5. EastEnders: Slaters in Detention (2003) (V) Played by Derek Martin

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From "EastEnders: Episode dated 11 September 2006" (2006)
Charlie: You wanna try and get your mind busy, like when I'm in the cab; work's a bit slow, I pull out my Sudoku.
Sean: [laughs] Is that what you call it these days is it? You know I can just see you, rainy afternoon in Soho up them sticky red stairs.
Charlie: Ey?
Sean: Actually you're more of a booth man intcha? Peeking through a slat.
Charlie: What?
Sean: A slat!
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