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4. "RE: BBC/A17: Children in Need 2412 sketch"
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   Rather than cut herself off right then and there, though, Lucchini played the scene out like the Roman thespian she was, making a great show of running out of steam and relinquishing her magic, then slumping, spent and tearful, in her colleague's arms. Turning around, she buried her face in Wilma's chest (reflecting as she did so that if she couldn't have Shirley for this part, this was just about as good), whimpering one last time,

I broke at this point.

Well done.

Zack Seaholm - Anime fan, weathernut, worshipper of the goddess Belldandy.

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