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Waterloo Road
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Opening credits title.
Genre Drama
Created by Ann McManus
Maureen Chadwick
Starring Currently
Eva Pope
William Ash
Angela Griffin
Denise Welch
Philip Martin Brown
Jason Done
Kay Purcell
Elaine Symons
Elizabeth Berrington
Sarah-Jane Potts
Formerly
Jason Merrells
Jill Halfpenny
Camilla Power
Nick Sidi
Tim Healy
Elyes Gabel
Christine Tremarco
Neil Morrissey
Chris Geere
Katy Carmichael
Jamie Glover
Shabana Bakhsh
Vinette Robinson
Tom Chambers
Country of origin  United Kingdom
Language(s) English
No. of series 5
No. of episodes 70 (as of 30 December 2009) (List of episodes)
Production
Running time 68x 60mins
1x 90mins
Production company(s) Shed Productions
BBC Scotland
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One
Picture format 576i 16:9 (SDTV)
1080i 16:9 (HDTV)
Original run 9 March 2006 – present
External links
Official website

Waterloo Road is a BBC television drama series set in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England,[1] and is about a troubled comprehensive school. The programme focuses on its teachers and students, and confronts social issues, including affairs, abortion, divorce and suicide.

Waterloo Road is produced by Shed Productions, the production company responsible for Bad Girls and Footballers' Wives.[2]

Contents

History

An eight part series was made in 2005 and aired in 2006. It was then re-commissioned for a second series,[3] where the first seven episodes were airing on Sunday nights at 8pm in Scotland and Thursday nights at 8pm in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.[4]

Series 2 finished airing 26 April 2007. Series 3 began on 11 October 2007 on BBC One except on BBC One Scotland where the series began four days earlier. Series 3 paused from airing for the Christmas break. Episodes halted in England, Wales and Northern Ireland with the end of year Cliffhanger on 13 December 2007 and 16 December 2007 in Scotland. Episodes resumed airing in Scotland on 6 January 2008 and in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on 10 January 2008. The series finale aired on BBC One on Thursday 13 March 2008 in most of the UK apart from Scotland, who were left to wait until Monday 17 March 2008. Due to the success of Series 3, a fourth series of 20 episodes was commissioned.

Series 4 began on BBC One on Wednesday 7 January 2009 at 8:00pm (7:30pm on BBC One Scotland) and a fifth series began airing from 28 October 2009 on BBC One, although is currently on indefinite hiatus.[5] A sixth series has also been commissioned and filming began on 9 November 2009, one week after filming finished on Series 5.[6]

Setting

Much of the series takes place at Waterloo Road Comprehensive, a fictional co-educational, community school which takes in students aged 11 to 18. At the opening of the series the school was notorious for being a "on the scrapheap" with poorly-behaved students and poor quality teachers, although it later passed its inspection to remain open. In series 3 it suffered a major fire and in series 4 it was demolished by a digger driven by the intoxicated Ralph Mellor. Afterwards the school merged with the local private school, John Fosters.

The real life location for Waterloo Road Comprehensive is the former Hill Top Primary School in Kirkholt, Rochdale, England. As well as external shots, the internal views of the school used in the series have also been filmed inside Hill Top. Other locations used include areas in and around Rochdale and nearby Manchester.[citation needed]

Cast

Guides

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Series 1 (2006)

The first episode of Waterloo Road was broadcast on 9 March 2006, having being filmed the previous autumn. Characters included headmaster Jack Rimmer (played by Jason Merrells), deputy head Andrew Treneman (played by Jamie Glover) and pastoral care teacher Kim Campbell (played by Angela Griffin).

Through the 8-part run of series 1, the school faced closure from the governors due to the lack of pupils and bad publicity it had been receiving prior to Jack's appointment as the new headteacher. Jack Rimmer, formerly deputy head, became headmaster when the previous head Brian Vasey had a nervous breakdown after 30 years of teaching at the school. Other notable storylines included the death of pupil Adam Deardon in a car crash, the prosecution against Donte Charles in connection with Adam's death, pupil Lewis Seddon's inappropriate sexual behaviour towards teacher Kim Campbell, the break-up of Tom and Lorna Clarkson's short-lived marriage, and the LEA's decision to keep Waterloo Road open.

The final moments of the series see Lorna taking a step towards the edge of a canal.

Series 2 (2007)

The 12-part second series aired on 18 January 2007 and featured a number of new main characters; pupil Brett Aspinall (played by Tom Payne), sponsor governor Roger Aspinall (played by Nick Sidi) and school secretary Davina Shackleton (played by Christine Tremarco).

On 4 January 2007, BBC One began advertising the second series as coming soon. It began airing on BBC One Scotland on 14 January 2007 and in the rest of the UK on 18 January 2007.[7]

The series featured the return of Lorna, following her attempted suicide at the end of series 1 (she was not seen jumping into the water until the beginning of series 2). This came as a shock to Tom and Izzie, who were expecting their first child together, until Izzie lost the baby after falling over during an argument with Lorna. Lorna realises Tom isn't the one for her, and that her MS and her career are making her life too stressful. She walks out of the school partway through a lesson. She re-unites Izzie and Tom, before committing suicide rather than living on with MS. In the last episode of the second series, Izzie sees Jack being attacked, but then gets stabbed herself. With only Jack there with her, and no one around, viewers are left not knowing whether Izzie has lived or died. [8]

Other notable storylines in series 2 of the show include the arrival and departure of prospective sponsor governors Jerry Preston and Roger Aspinall, the drug dealing by Gemma and Jed Seddon, the alcoholism of trainee teacher Russell Millen, and the bullying of Mika Grainger by fellow pupil Leigh-Ann Galloway.

A portion of the soundtrack in series two was provided by Cornish band, Thirteen Senses.

Series 3 (2007–08)

The third, 20-part series began in October 2007 with several new characters including a new deputy head teacher played by Neil Morrissey and by episode seven a new headmistress played by Eva Pope.[9]

The series began with headmaster Jack Rimmer (played by Jason Merrells) recording a Radio documentary featuring the death of his colleague Izzie Redpath (played by Jill Halfpenny). Jack had witnessed Izzy's stabbing at the very end of the last series, although it had not been revealed that she had died.

With Andrew Treneman gone, having accepted a teaching post in Rwanda, [[Eddie (played by Neil Morrissey), became the deputy head. Rimmer resigned as head teacher in episode 6 due to uses of the school budget. He was succeeded by Rachel Mason (played by Eva Pope).

The second half of the third series began on 10 January. The third series finale aired on 13 March 2008 in most of the UK. Scotland was running three days behind due to a football league event, and was 2 episodes behind. On the week beginning 10 March 2 episodes aired. The Second Half of series 3 sees Davina Shackleton accused of having a sexual relationship with a pupil then being forced to date the pupils father, only for her to be saved by Tom Clarkson

The London based band Athlete have had various tracks from the 2008 released album Beyond the Neighbourhood featured in Series 3.

The final episode attracted 6 million viewers. [10]

In the final episode of Series 3, a fire spread through the school. Davina Shackleton was rushed to hospital with smoke inhalation, while Rachel Mason and Stuart Hordley (the contractor that was going to build rachels new building, whose careless disposal of a cigarette had started the blaze) were trapped under falling rubble inside the school.

It is currently airing in New Zealand on TV ONE.

Series 4 (2009)

The 20-part fourth series was commissioned in December 2007. The series began on BBC One on Wednesday 7 January 2009 at 8pm (7:30pm on BBC One Scotland) with the shows first 90-minute opening episode.

Rachel Mason (played by Eva Pope) and Davina Shackleton (played by Christine Tremarco) both return following the fire that left nearly destroyed the school. Characters from the previous series to have departed are revealed to be Mika Grainger, Brett Aspinall (both of whom left for University having graduated from Waterloo Road) and Celine Dixon. The fate of Stuart Hordley is left unanswered.

The series introduces a number of various new characters including The Kelly ‘Family from Hell’, consisting of Alcoholic mother Rose Kelly and her five children. Eldest son Marley, borderline psychopath Earl, daughter Sambuca, 11 year old Denzil and baby Prince. New Head of PE Rob Cleaver begins a relationship with English teacher Jasmine Koreshi and becomes the Boxing Mentor of pupil Bolton Smilie. He is later sacked by Rachel and Eddie Lawson when it transpires he is giving Bolton pills in order to help him win an important match, ultimately ending his and Jasmine’s relationship. Rachel Mason's sister Melissa Ryan and her son Phillip are also introduced.

Maxine Barlow is tragically killed when her relationship with psychotic Earl Kelly comes to an explosive end, and she is fatally shot. Realising she had made a huge mistake in ever trusting him, she dies in the arms of those who loved her most, Steph and Janeece. [11]

Former teacher, Kim Campbell (played by Angela Griffin) returns from Rwanda in episode 11 and brings with her a baby girl, Grace, who she claims is her daughter. However, it later transpires that Kim has in fact smuggled Grace back into the country illegally after Immigration offers investigate her. Former Deputy Head teacher Andrew Treneman (played by Jamie Glover) makes a brief return in episode 19 (through 20) during a Rwandan fundraising day being held at the school and is reunited with Kim. [12]

Chlo Grainger gives birth to a baby girl, Izzy.

The series also marked the exit of long term characters Davina Shackleton, Donte Charles, Chlo Grainger and Janeece Bryant. Marley Kelley (Luke Bailey), Eddie Lawson (Neil Morrissey) Matt Wilding (Chris Geere), Flick Mellor (Sadie Pickering), Jasmine Koreshi (Shabana Bakhsh) and Andrew Treneman (Jamie Glover) also made their final appearances in episode 20. The final episode aired on 20 May 2009 and attracted 4.5 million viewers. [13]

Series 5 (2009–10)

In March 2009 Shed Media confirmed that a 20-part fifth series had been commissioned by the BBC. The new commission will bring the total number of episodes to 80.[5] Filming began on 11 May 2009 and the series began airing on Wednesday 28th October (Sunday 25th October on BBC One Scotland). For the first time, the series was also filmed in HD.[14]

Series 5 follows the merger of Waterloo Road with the local posh, private school - John Fosters. The current Head Teacher, Rachel Mason, and newly appointed executive Head Teacher, (Max Tyler played by Tom Chambers), immediately clash, causing a lot of tension, especially when Max takes the liberty of using Rachel's office. It isn't just the tension in the Heads' office that is brewing, the rivalry in the playground as well as the staffroom is unimaginable. Six new teachers from John Fosters transferred to Waterloo Road to support the merger, much to the disapproval of snobby John Foster's and new Food Technology teacher Ruby Fry (Elizabeth Berrington), and to the immediate shock of hopeless newly-qualified teacher, Helen Hopewell (Vinette Robinson), whom the pupils, and some staff, soon label 'Hopeless Hopewell.' Other John Fosters staff transfers include New Deputy Head and Science teacher Christopher Mead (William Ash) and Head of Modern Languages Jo Lipsett (Sarah-Jane Potts). A mix of new pupils also soon make their mark with their obvious disapproval of Waterloo Road and its existing pupils and staff, causing fights amongst both. This is a new term for Waterloo Road, with many challenges for both staff and students, not all of whom will cope.

Episode 8 marks the departure of hopeless English teacher, Helen Hopewell, who takes it upon herself to leave after realising that her bribery of the students to ensure their good behaviour during her teaching inspection, will result in her sacking. Before she took her undignified leave from Waterloo Road, Helen left Rachel a computer disc, proving that Max had taken her on not just "for being a good student", but also because they had had a fling. Max Tyler's increasingly desperate attempts to control the school eventually result in the end of his teaching career. After he brutally shoves Rachel's nephew, Phillip Ryan, against a filing cabinet (in episode 9), resulting in an extemely large and painful-looking bruise on his back, Phillip struggles to keep quiet. Shocked by Phillip's bruise, Ruby Fry mentions it to Kim Campbell (who incidentally is having an affair with Max). Eventually, Phillip admits how he received his injury. Max is fired much to the delight of the staff and pupils. Rachel and Chris also kiss in Episode 10, marking the start of a new romantic relationship.

Waterloo Road will break until Spring 2010, resuming at Episode 11 until Episode 20.

Denise Welch (Steph Haydock) will depart during Series 5 after deciding to concentrate on her panellist role on Loose Women and spend more time with her family, however hasn't ruled out a return in a later series.[15] Meanwhile Eva Pope (Rachel Mason), Angela Griffin (Kim Campbell) and Dean Smith (Phillip Ryan) have also announced that they will also be departing during Series 5. [16]

Series 6 (2010)

Production and filming for the 20-part sixth series started on 9 November 2009, for broadcast in 2010. Former Silent Witness actress Amanda Burton will join the cast as new Head Teacher, Karen Fisher, [17] whilst Linzey Cocker will play alongside Burton as on-screen daughter, Jess Fisher. [18] Coronation Street actor Lucien Laviscount has also been cast as Jonathon Kirby [19] Chelsee Healey (Janeece Bryant) has also confirmed on her Twitter page that she will be returning,[20] later confirmed by her agent. [21]

On 21 December 2009, it was announced that former Coronation Street actress Tina O'Brien, aka (Sarah-Louise Platt), has been cast as in an as yet to be confirmed role. It was later announced on 18 February 2010 that Britains Got Talent winner George Sampson shall be joining the cast as new sixth form student, Kyle Stack. His scenes are expected to air in the second half of the series. [22]

Spandau Ballet member and former EastEnders actor Martin Kemp will guest star as a character named Mr. Burley [23] and Karen David will portray new regular Spanish Teacher, Francesca Montoya. [24]

The series will also be filmed in HD. The commission will bring the total number of episodes to 100.

International broadcasts

Country Network(s) Notes
Hong Kong Hong Kong
India India
Korea Korea
Malaysia Malaysia
Singapore Singapore
Thailand Thailand
BBC Entertainment Series 1 & 2 have been aired in Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Series 1–3 have been aired in India.[25]
European Union Europe BBC One Channel automatically available in Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands.
BBC Prime Series 1 has been aired in Armenia, Austria, Azores, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine.[26]
 Finland YLE TV1 Series 1–3 have been aired under the name Waterloo Roadin koulu.
Slovenia Slovenia Kanal A Series 1 has been aired in Slovenia.[26]
Bahrain Bahrain
Egypt Egypt
Iraq Iraq
Iran Iran
Jordan Jordan
Kuwait Kuwait
Lebanon Lebanon
Libya Libya
Oman Oman
Qatar Qatar
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Yemen Yemen
BBC Prime Series 1 has been aired in the Middle East. Series 2 is currently being aired in the Middle East.[26]
Israel Israel BBC Prime, Channel 23
New Zealand New Zealand TV ONE Series 1–3 have aired in New Zealand.[27]
Russia Russia BBC Prime Series 1 has been aired in Russia on Networks Russia GMT+2, Russia GMT+3 and Russia GMT+4.[26]
United States USA BBC America Series 1 has been aired in the USA.[28]

DVD releases

Series 1 was released in the UK on 26 March 2007. Series 2 was released on the 10 March 2008. The DVD features minor episode edits. Series 3 was released in two volumes, a 3-disc set containing episodes from the Autumn Term (Volume 1) on 2 March 2009 [29] with the Spring Term (Volume 2) following on 11 May 2009. [30] A 6-disc set containing the Complete Series 3 is to be released on 12 April 2010, [31] although a HMV Exclusive was released in September 2009, [32] Series 4 Autumn Term (Volume 1) was released on 21 September 2009. [33] Series 4 Spring Term (Volume 2) is due for release in late March 2010. Series 5 Autumn Term (Volume 1) is to be released on 7 June 2010. [34]

Waterloo Road: The Complete Series One
Set Details Special Features
  • 8 Episodes
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • None
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
26 March 2007
Waterloo Road: The Complete Series Two
Set Details Special Features
  • 12 Episodes
  • 4-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • Miss Haydock Reveals All
  • Mika's Video Diary
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
10 March 2008
Waterloo Road: Series Three Autumn Term
Set Details Special Features
  • Series 3 Episodes 1-10
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • Autumn Term Scrap Book
  • Pupil Reports
  • Teacher Evaluation
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
2 March 2009
Waterloo Road: Series Three Spring Term
Set Details Special Features
  • Series 3 Episodes 11-20
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • Spring Term Scrap Book
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
11 May 2009
Waterloo Road: The Complete Series Three
Set Details Special Features
  • Episodes 1-20
  • 6-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • Autumn Term Scrap Book
  • Pupil Reports
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Spring Term Scrap Book
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
28 September 2009 (HMV Exclusive) · 12 April 2010 (General)
Waterloo Road: Series Four Autumn Term
Set Details Special Features
  • Series 4 Episodes 1-10
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • Autumn Term Scrapbook
  • School Photos
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
21 September 2009
Waterloo Road: Series Four Spring Term
Set Details Special Features
  • Series 4 Episodes 11-20
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • N/A
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
29 March 2010
Waterloo Road: Series Five Autumn Term
Set Details Special Features
  • Series 5 Episodes 1-10
  • 3-Disc Set
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • English (Stereo)
  • N/A
Release Dates
 United Kingdom
7 June 2010

References

  1. ^ "[...] the Rochdale branch of Aspinall Incorporated?" - Grantly, 2x03
  2. ^ "Information". Official Waterloo Road Website. Archived from the original on 2008-01-24. http://web.archive.org/web/20080124170109/http://www.waterlooroad.co.uk/information/info_index.html. 
  3. ^ "Waterloo Road re-commissioned". 2006-04-03. Archived from the original on 2006-05-30. http://web.archive.org/web/20060530082639/http://www.shedproductions.com/news/news_index.html#wr. 
  4. ^ "BBC - Waterloo Road - home". http://www.bbc.co.uk/waterlooroad/. 
  5. ^ a b "Re-commission of Waterloo Road from BBC One". Shed Media. http://www.shed-media.com/news/2009/09-03-sp.html. 
  6. ^ Waterloo Road to film back-to-back series
  7. ^ "Radio Times - TV Listings Grid - Thursday 18th January". Radio Times. http://www.radiotimes.com/ListingsServlet?event=13&broadcastType=1&jspGridLocation=%2Fjsp%2Ftv_listings_grid.jsp&jspListLocation=%2Fjsp%2Ftv_listings_single.jsp&jspError=%2Fjsp%2Ferror.jsp&searchTime=20%3A03&searchDate=18%2F01%2F2007&x=4&y=6. 
  8. ^ "Waterloo Road returns for a second term on BBC ONE in January 2007". BBC Press Office. 2006-10-19. http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2006/10_october/19/waterloo.shtml. 
  9. ^ "A Third Series for Autumn 2007" (PDF). Shed Productions. Archived from the original on 2007-01-19. http://web.archive.org/web/20070119141208/http://www.shedproductions.com/financials/fin_files/fin_results_files/results_2006.pdf. 
  10. ^ Television - News - 'Ashes', 'Waterloo' triumph for BBC One - Digital Spy
  11. ^ BBC Press Office Waterloo Road Episode 9
  12. ^ BBC - Press Office - Network TV Programme Information BBC Week 19 Wednesday 13 May 2009
  13. ^ Television - News - 8.4m see latest 'Apprentice' fired - Digital Spy
  14. ^ BBC - BBC Internet Blog: HD Masters Conference Keynote Speech, 23 June 2009
  15. ^ Anisa Kadri (8 August 2009). "Denise Welch quits 'Waterloo Road'". http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s24/waterlooroad/news/a170202/denise-welch-quits-waterloo-road.html. 
  16. ^ www.waterlooroadtv.co.uk
  17. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2009/10_october/16/waterloo.shtml
  18. ^ http://www.hamiltonhodell.co.uk/page.asp?partid=171
  19. ^ http://www.lintonmanagement.co.uk/Manchester/news/newsitem.asp?i=139&currentpage=1
  20. ^ http://twitter.com/chelseehealey
  21. ^ http://www.lainemanagement.co.uk/news.asp
  22. ^ http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/soaps/s24/waterlooroad/news/a203867/george-sampson-to-join-waterloo-road.html
  23. ^ http://www.aimagents.com/actors/make.htm
  24. ^ http://www.waterlooroadtv.co.uk/
  25. ^ BBC Entertainment - International Channel
  26. ^ a b c d BBC Prime - lnternational Channel
  27. ^ About The Show | Waterloo Road | Television New Zealand | Television | TV One, TV2, TVNZ 6, TVNZ 7
  28. ^ Soaps - News - 'Waterloo Road' to air on BBC America - Digital Spy
  29. ^ "Series 3 Autumn Term DVD release". 2009-01-28. http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/8697476/Waterloo-Road-Series-3-Autumn-Term/Product.html#wr. 
  30. ^ "Series 3 Spring Term DVD release". 2009-01-28. http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/8850152/Waterloo-Road-Series-3-Spring-Term/Product.html#wr. 
  31. ^ "Complete Series 3 DVD release". 2010-03-06. http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/13461610/Waterloo-Road-Series-3-Box-Set/Product.html. 
  32. ^ "Complete Series 3 DVD HMV Exclusive release". 2010-03-06. http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=280;5;-1;-1;-1&sku=275763. 
  33. ^ "Series 4 Autumn Term DVD release". 2009-05-28. http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/10164783/Waterloo-Road-Series-4-Autumn/Product.html. 
  34. ^ "Series 5 Autumn Term DVD release". 2009-05-28. http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/13473999/Waterloo-Road-5-Autumn-Term/Product.html. 

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Waterloo Road (2006 - ) is a BBC television drama series set in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England about a troubled comprehensive school. It focuses on its teachers and students, and confronts social issues, including affairs, abortion, divorce and suicide.

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Series 3

Episode 20

Rachel Mason: Oh good morning!
Eddie Lawson: Can I have a word?
Rachel Mason: You can go mad and have several, if you like. Come on!

[Eddie follows Rachel into her office]

Rachel Mason: What is it?
Eddie Lawson: I don't want to worry or panic you, ok...
Rachel Mason: Oh! I knew this day was too good to be true, you're going to spoil it, aren't you?
Eddie Lawson: What?
Rachel Mason: I know its as rare as hens teeth but you are looking at a happy headmistress.
Eddie Lawson: Why so happy?
Rachel Mason: Well, erm... its the end of term and er... we're going to thrash Forest Mount at the spelling bee and the football and you what? I think this school is finally working out! And! This is the first morning that I've come in and not been greated by doom, disaster and destruction. So what is it?
Eddie Lawson: You know what? I can wait.
Rachel Mason: No, no, no, no, no, tell me, what is it?
Eddie Lawson: What are you doing tonight?
Rachel Mason: Er, tonight? I don't know, why?
Eddie Lawson: Its the end of term I thought... I could take you out and celebrate.
Rachel Mason: Thats really nice of you to ask, erm...
Eddie Lawson: Yeah just... I thought it'd be nice to talk, you know? Away from this place.
Rachel Mason: Yeah, what about?
Eddie Lawson: Everything? Have a drink.
Rachel Mason: I would love to, thank you [giggles]
Eddie Lawson: Good. Right. About 8 o'clock?
Rachel Mason: Fine by me
Eddie Lawson: Good. [turns to leave but remembers something else] Er... I need to see the budget for the PE department.
Rachel Mason: Ah, ah. I've got that... somewhere [walks to the filing cabinets and routes for paperwork whilst Eddie takes the letter from Hordley from the pile on her desk] Here we go
Eddie Lawson: Great. 8 o'clock?
Rachel Mason: [nods] Yeah!

Series 4

Episode 1

Rachel Mason: Eddie what do you think? Formal at the table or informal on the sofas?
Eddie Lawson: Er, I'm sorry, what is it your asking me? XD

Episode 2

Ralph Mellor: Coming to something when we've got to protect our kids like this
Rachel Mason: Not a lot I can do about that, Ralph
Ralph Mellor: You're right. Just got to be careful who we let in next time

Clarence Charles: Donte! Chlo!
Donte Charles: I don't believe it, he's wearing a tie. You are on the pull
Clarence Charles: I am not on the pull... but you never know

Security Dave: Nasty things, guns, I'm just trying to keep everybody safe
Steph Haydock: Yes but I'm hardly likely to have a Uzo machine gun in there, am I?

Melissa Ryan: First things first, my name is Melissa. You can call me that, or Mel or whatever you feel comfortable with, just not Ms. Ryan please, it makes me sound like a lesbian dominatrix

Rose Kelly: Guess what my password is?
Clarence Charles: Yeah, go on...
Rose Kelly: Rose1
Clarence Charles: Rose1?
Rose Kelly: [laughs] They'll have a job cracking that!

Steph Haydock: Me and Grantly are, well, a bit of an item.

Episode 3

Fleur Budgen: You've ruined my life!
Rob Cleaver: I'm no Fred Flinstone; but I can make your bed rock!

Episode 4

Episode 5

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Season 5

Episode 8

Ruby Fry: :[About Micheala] She practically had Grantly in tears with her flute solo
Christopher Mead: What did she do, poke you in the eye with it?

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