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EastEnders: Slaters in Detention (2003)

They have always been trouble and now they are in trouble. When three generations of the Slaters - Kat, Little Mo, Lynn, Zoe and Mo - go up town, it could only really end with a night in a ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Jessie Wallace ...
Kat Slater
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Little Mo Mitchell
Elaine Lordan ...
Lynne Hobbs
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Zoe Slater
Laila Morse ...
Mo Harris
Derek Martin ...
Charlie Slater
Leanne Lakey ...
Belinda Peacock
David Fleeshman ...
Sgt. Bob Green
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Begley ...
PC Jim Sellers
Andrew French ...
PC Dennis Cogan
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They have always been trouble and now they are in trouble. When three generations of the Slaters - Kat, Little Mo, Lynn, Zoe and Mo - go up town, it could only really end with a night in a police cell. But straight out of the disco, the fiery Slater girls - dressed in school uniforms - are far too hot for the local constabulary to handle. With time on their hands they have an opportunity to look back on their lives; Mo's bust-ups, Lynn's altercations at the altar, Kat's confrontation with her past, Little Mo's nightmare with evil Trevor and a cauldron of steamy romances. When not flirting with the night sergeant, they give the inside story on the Slater highs and lows; the passion, the heartbreak, the fights and laughter of a family that doesn't know the meaning of the phrase "The quiet life." Written by David Wisdom

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Fantastic Stuff
7 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

Tony Jordan one of the best writers we have working on television today wrote a wonderful and humorous script for what is easily one of the best families to have ever graced EastEnders. With nostalgic lookbacks on some of the Slaters early stuff and a bit more insight into what they are like as a family this is a must have for any fan of the Slaters. Nan Mo and granddaughters Lynne, Kat, Little Mo and Zoe are all banged up after Kat assaulted a policeman, they are then unrealistically locked up in the same cell. You can forgive this little flaw though because it's then the fun starts as they act out each scene in between video clips of their early stuff. The script is peppered with witty oneliners which helps to carry it and stop it from becoming boring.


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