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Things are not going well for Katie. Following a pregnancy scare she learns that she is infertile and loses her job as a wedding planner when she gets drunk and aggressive at her client's hen night. To cap it all her father's recklessness has rendered the family bankrupt and they move in temporarily with Emily and Naomi,creating stress all round. Emily and Naomi fight at a barbecue,causing Naomi to admit that it was she and not Cook who supplied Sophia with drugs. The two girls do make up whilst Thomas,learning of Katie's situation,comforts her. Written by don @ minifie-1

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17 February 2010 (UK)  »

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In the scene where Katie's parents are arguing, if you listen closely to their words, you can hear that the argument loops just before Katie leaves the car. See more »


James Fitch: I hate KFC
Katie: What?
James Fitch: Elliott Evans' parents got divorced, and his dad spent every night in KFC. Then he met this woman, and she had a huge problem, so he tried to help her, and her friend got really angry, and he ended up with only one kneecap. And now, his mom's doing pornos, and his dad's a junkie, and he never sees them, except on the internet, and then he has to pay for it, I mean, how unfair is that?
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Great television
21 February 2010 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

"Katie" is the best episode in this series so far, as it provides a wonderful, deep screenplay able to deal with serious themes in a basically teen-oriented TV drama. Katie, Emily's twin sister, wants the perfect everything, but while she dreams the ideal life, her family is falling to pieces because her father lost his gym, her mother failed with her new company and Emily doesn't want to speak to her family. As if it weren't enough, Katie finds out she is prematurely sterile. But things won't go that bad, in the end. There are at least two unforgettable sequences in this episode: the cigarette smoked with Effy by the sea, and the dialogue with Thomas, the sweet, wise, indispensable Thomas: you clearly see by watching these scenes that this episode has been written by a woman, Georgia Lester, who as a woman can understand perfectly what Katie is feeling right now. Megan Prescott gives a stunning performance this time, and I've always preferred her sister Kathryn (Emily) to her; and Lily Loveless is good as usual. To sum up, I couldn't find a wrong actor. Very good soundtrack, I've never thought to "Why Don't You Do Something" by Britney Spears a song fit to be soundtrack to a catfight (believe it or not!).

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