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Set in the East End of London, the show focuses on the tensions between love and family with stories ranging from hard-hitting social issues, to personal, human tragedies. And there's plenty of funny moments too. Classic characters old and new across thousands of episodes have shared a drink in The Queen Vic, shed tears of despair or joy, sat on Arthur's bench in the Square - and at some point or other they probably crossed paths with Ian Beale. —ahmetkozan
Poorly written and poorly acted. I fail to see how a programme this bad can permeate every section of a nation. It wins award after award (or at least is nominated) yet not one episode has anything good doing for it.
- Oct 25, 2002
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