As If

Season 1 Episode 9

109 (Rob's POV)

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Aired Weekdays 6:00 PM Feb 01, 2001 on Channel 4
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109 (Rob's POV)
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Pushed by Sasha, Rob decides to go back home after staying with Jamie for awhile. His father wants him to help paint a room in the house, but Rob already made plans with Sasha. Rob's dad hits him and he hides from Sasha at Jamie's. Sasha finds out what happened and goes to Rob's house to tell his father how abusive he is. Rob walks in with Sasha yelling at Steve, and after Sasha leaves Rob and his father have a fight. Only this time Rob fights back. Now he is definitely out of the house, and until he finds a place of his own he'll stay at Jamie's. Meanwhile, Nicki is turned down by all her friends (even Sasha), which makes her wonder if there is really something wrong with her.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

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  • NOTES (2)

    • Music:
      "Escape Cloud" by Helicopter Girl
      "Welly Top Mary" by Bent
      "Lost in Watts" by Doves
      "Day Without Sun" by Puddu Varano
      "Battle" by Blur
      "Last Day of the World" by Story of O

    • This episode marks Rob's first point of view episode. He is the last character to have one in the show, and the others have all had one or two POV episodes so far.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Sasha: What's going on?
      Jamie: Nothing, everything's pukka. Top of the world, Please Mr Postman, Rainy days and Mondays. (Rob looks horrified)
      Sasha: Rainy days and what?
      Jamie: What can I say, my mums a Carpenters fan, d'you know their work at all Sash?

      The Carpenters was a vocal and instrumental duo from the ´70s, formed by the siblings Karen and Richard Carpenter. They make melodic pop and soft rock.
      When he say "Top of the world, rainy days and mondays" he is signing the song Mr. Postman, one of the biggest hits from The Carpenters.

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