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The vast majority of the characters now and in recent years are nasty, selfish people.There are very frequent rows, threats and violence. How is the audience supposed to care about, root for or sympathise with any of these dreadful people?Producer Cathy Elliot said, "It's a very sensitive issue and of course it's terrible for the parents to have the whole thing brought up.It was incredibly tough and made me grow up quickly".Martin's first stint on the show included a relationship with Sonia Jackson (Natalie Cassidy), running over Jamie Mitchell (Jack Ryder), becoming a father to Bex Fowler and coping when his brother Mark Fowler (Todd Carty) and his mother Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard) die.Since his return in 2014, Martin has divorced Sonia, married Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner), discovered that Stacey's baby Arthur is actually the son of his best friend Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami), survived a bus crash, assaulted a police officer which resulted in a small prison sentence as punishment, the premature birth of his daughter Hope Fowler, and discovering that Stacey cheated on him with Max Branning (Jake Wood).Comparatively ordinary actors pretending to be comparatively ordinary chronic-depressives with cockney accents - what's the point of that?Dull, dreary, unrelentingly disillusional, and ethnically preposterous.
' Fackin' Pakis' and 'fackin' Maceroons' were the small change of conversation.It must say something about the state of our nation that this programme is one of the most popular currently screened.The 'square' is peopled by such a miserable, untrustworthy, amoral, spiteful, unrelentingly dour group of characters as can be imagined.The most popular programme of an apparently diseased and dying nation. This has been one of the BBC's most popular programmes continuously since it began in 1985 - but I can't understand why millions of people still watch it.In the '80s it was entertaining - with characters like Den and Angie Watts and their adopted daughter Sharon.