This has probably been on most of our minds when Sam eventually finds out what’s been going on behind his back. Only having seen two clips on you-tube I was so pleased with the end clip in many ways. I think that the writers had listened to us, and told the story in a meaningful and MATURE way. I was so glad that Sam didn’t stomp off in his usual sloppy huff. But the boys did clearly part which once again we knew would happen any way it was predictable. I also found myself congratulating the board on IMDb for not bashing Sam and that they were actually impressed by his discipline, and that he kept his anger under control. Perhaps it was because he hadn’t got his full strength back yet and hadn’t taken it all in, I don’t no. Either way Sam has come off quite well this time considering. The whole tone of this scene was so well crafted, and expressive and it totally blew me away. My show was back by the feel of things with tension, drama and angst the boys were on fire!
‘Don’t think that’s the problem because its not’
Has confused so many reading between the lines, they are wondering what Sam meant. So guys any thoughts as to what the confrontation meant between our heroes any thoughts? I found this even harder to watch the second time round. Feeling tears run down my face. I do feel so sorry for both of them what a terrible position to be in! is another lie scratched on the bed post, that will never be forgotten?