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Waterloo Road series 1 The first episode of Waterloo Road was broadcast on 9 Marchhaving been filmed the previous autumn in A common theme throughout Series One was the threat of the school's closure by the governors owing to falling pupil numbers, bad pupil behaviour, and the bad publicity it had been receiving prior to Jack's appointment as headmaster.
Rimmer, formerly deputy head, became headmaster when the previous head Brian Vasey had a nervous breakdown after 30 years at the school. Other storylines included the death of pupil Adam Deardon in a car crash. Donte Charleswho had been driving the car involved, blamed himself for Deardon's death and was remanded into custody for three months.
Donte's girlfriend Chlo Grainger also blamed herself for the death of Adam and putting her best friend Holly Tattersall in a deep coma, from which she later regained consciousness.
Donte later receives a suspended sentence and Chlo is not charged with any crime, although her behaviour had contributed to Donte crashing the car.
The series also focused upon the behaviour of troubled pupil Lewis Seddonculminating in him sexually harassing Kim Campbell. After being expelled from Waterloo Road, Lewis later attacked Jack in his office after school and tried to set him on fire, only for French teacher Steph Haydock Denise Welch to foil him.
Another important theme of the series was the break-up of Tom and Lorna Clarkson's short-lived marriage, due to Tom's love for another member of staff, Lorna's best friend, Izzie Redpath, who was already having family problems with her former partner and two teenage daughters, Chlo and Mika Grainger.
The final moments of the series see Lorna taking a step towards the edge of a canal. Series 2 [ edit ] See also: Waterloo Road series 2 Series 2 of Waterloo Road featured 12 episodes. The first episode of the second series featured a number of new main characters: As the series progresses, however, it becomes obvious that her troubles are far from over.
Meanwhile, Tom and Izzie are expecting their first child together, whilst Lorna is diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis and her life becomes even more stressful. She re-unites Izzie and Tom, before committing suicide rather than living with MS, leaving Tom and Izzie absolutely distraught and heartbroken.
Other notable storylines in series 2 included the arrival and departure of prospective sponsor governors Jerry Preston and Roger Aspinalldrug-dealing by Gemma Seddon and Jed Seddonthe alcoholism of trainee teacher Russell Millen, the perversion of canteen assistant Kevin Hurst, the bullying of Mika Grainger by fellow-pupil Leigh-Ann Galloway, the return of former pupil Maxine Barlowand the arrival of a new sixth former named Brett Aspinall son of governor Rogerwho starts an affair with the new school secretary and breaks a lot of the teenage girls' hearts during the series.
His true love, however, is Mika Grainger. A portion of the soundtrack in series two was provided by Cornish band, Thirteen Senses. In final moments of this series, Jack is attacked by local drug dealer Jed Seddon, and an ensuing fight leads to the fatal stabbing of Izzie. Series 3 — [ edit ] See also: Waterloo Road series 3 The third, part series began in October with several new characters, including a new deputy head teacher played by Neil Morrissey and, by episode seven, a new head Teacher played by Eva Pope.
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 misuse of the school budget. He was succeeded by Rachel Mason Eva Pope. Steph was later replaced by Tom Clarkson in the second half of the series. One storyline in the first half of the series is the marriage of Chlo Grainger and Donte Charleswhich is thrown into turmoil when Donte finds Chlo having an affair with her sister's boyfriend, Brett Aspinallalso enraging Mika GraingerBrett's girlfriend and Chlo's sister.
The remainder of the series follows each character moving on from this, as Donte starts dating fellow pupil Celine Dixon played by Zeriozha Burt-Skeete.
Series 3 also sees the arrival of new staff and pupils. The first half also saw the departure of ex-bully Lewis Seddonwho served as a canteen assistant in the first half of the season. The second half of the third series began on 10 January The third series finale aired on 13 March in most of the UK.
Scotland was running three days behind due to a football league event, and was two episodes behind. In the week beginning 10 March, two episodes aired. In the second half of series 3, Davina Shackleton was accused of having a sexual relationship with a pupil and was then forced to date the pupil's father, only for her to be saved by Tom Clarkson.Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno is the 8th season of the MTV reality game show, The Challenge (at the time known as Real World/Road Rules Challenge).The season is directly subsequent to The Gauntlet..
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