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16 Jun 2007 15:34 #1109381673 by Fantines
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Hi
I'm confused I have just watched Playing for the Ashes for the third time in 24 hours. The flat Havers is in The Word of God seems totally different from Playing for the Ashes. I never noticed before because I was so caught up in chemistry between the both of them.

I have looked on most of the forum but can't find anything about this. Have I over dosed on IL or are they different :blink: . The reason for this is when she comes out the bedroom in the Word of god the door is by the fridge, where he gets the suger from. But in Playing for the Ashes the fridge is in the corner of the kitchen and there's no door. Sorry if this too long.:)

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16 Jun 2007 22:07 #1109381679 by inspector
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Hi, :)

I think your are right. I have realized it too!! It is very different. ;) :blink:

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17 Jun 2007 18:02 #1109381682 by Wolfself
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Must ne the long lost Haunted Mansion, poor Barbara D: !

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21 Jun 2007 00:19 #1109381701 by loujac7
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Hi Fantines:

I notice that too. Also, in "Playing for the Ashes" her apartment door is kinda see-through. But in "The Word of God" it is solid wood. :huh:

Louise

PS. If she had had a door in Playing for the Ashes as she did in The Word of God, her knickers would have been easier to get rid of. :laugh:

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22 Jun 2007 21:18 #1109381723 by Fantines
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Hi loujac7

Yeah good point hadn't thought of that:laugh:

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