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Bobbisox1 | 19:39 Mon 25th Oct 2021 | Media & TV
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Little Sam, mwahhhhhh

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Bet theres a tear in your eye now bobbi
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There is bobbin, I’m a big softie at heart ( well a size 14 one )
Mwahhhhh
Not sure how old the Sam actor is but itsn't it a lot to expect a young child to have to deal with the death of his mother? Would a doctor really tell a young child that she had died just like that?
>>> Not sure how old the Sam actor is

Jude Riordan is 10½, which is the same age as the character he plays. His dad, Paul, directed four episodes of Corrie last month and has also directed Emmerdale and Casualty. However he's best known for directing over 200 episodes of Hollyoaks.
Jude Riordan also does voiceovers - he is the voice of one the policemen in the Haribo advert
He also appears in Brassic.

I think the fall out this week will be more watchable than all the daftness last week. I didn't think Natasha was going to die until she held Sam close and started speaking to him in such a way that had me thinking 'she's going to die'. I'm not sure the Dr. would have told a child that his Mum had died, she should have left that to Nick.
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I agree BS, it isn’t the usual practice is it?
I think that when a child like Sam asks a direct question and says he wants to know, the hospital doctor might tell him. Better than lying to him, leaving him on his own fretting while the adults are being told.

At least it gives him the chance to ask the doctor all the questions he will want answers to. I thought it was handled very well - clear words that can't be misconstrued or give false hope. The doctor was compassionate.
My point was really that even though he is acting it is surely a lot to expect of a young child to have to hear things like that.
cant stand the part he's playing he.s creepy anyone with that intelligence in a such a young life will not fit into society as a whole.. freaky
His mother is an intelligent successful woman and has brought him up beautifully. I wish he was mine, he's a little treasure.
I think he is autistic, Piper. Not creapy at all.
Sorry, meant not freaky.
Does he make you feel inferior, piper?
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He’s a gorgeous little lady and has the ability to act the part he’s playing , I love him
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Okay….* lad*
Damn pre text haha
Yes, he's a lovely little boy and I guess now that we will be seeing a lot of him as he'll no doubt move in with Nick. I have a feeling that he and Leanne will become very close.
I agree that's the way it looks to be going BS. But I am not a fan of Leanne ...
His mother was the best, I wish I had had one like her.
I quite like Leanne lb, she should stop frowning quite so much though!! Aww that's sad about your Mum. I had a truly lovely one and will be missing her even more now that Christmas is on the way round again.
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And she was buying the hairdressers too :0(
I like Leanne now but remember them as the Battersby girls when they got up to all sorts ( prostitution in Leanne's case)

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