Waterloo Road: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (16 Mar. 2006)

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Adam's sister Yasmin holds Donte responsible for her brother's death and gets bully Hadleigh to exact revenge on him,from which he has to be rescued by teachers,though he tearfully ... See full summary »

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Mika Grainger
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Adam's sister Yasmin holds Donte responsible for her brother's death and gets bully Hadleigh to exact revenge on him,from which he has to be rescued by teachers,though he tearfully confesses his sorrow to Yasmin. Andrew and Kim clash over his more disciplined approach whilst French teacher Steph Haydock pursues Jack amorously,resulting in a drunken session in a toilet. Whilst everybody congratulates Tom and Lorna on her pregnancy Izzie is puzzled by Tom's advances,whilst blaming her ex-husband Jimmy for allowing Chlo to be in the car with Donte. She is also unaware that her other daughter Mika has read her diary. Written by don @ minifie-1

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a brilliant TV show about the realities of local school life
28 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I happen to live in a town that is very nearby to the area where 'Waterloo Road' is set and made, thus I can relate to knowing and agreeing how realistic this show really is. Some critics who are opposed to how the TV drama has been made and shown to be are obviously not aware to the full extent of how local comprehensive northern secondary schools are actually composed and what the lessons, pupils or even teachers are truly like. Familiar issues such as homophobia, racism and bullying have been tackled extremely well and it is all thanks to the knowledgeable writers (of another hit TV show 'Footballers' Wives') and of course the actors involved. The cast are brilliant (particularly Jason Merrells as the irresistible and authoritative head teacher) and the plot lines are gripping. Well done to the BBC for making another top-notch drama and I cannot wait for the next series to air.


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