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Brookside Close as it appeared on-screen.

Brookside (also known as Brookie (or Brookeh in Scouse)) was a British soap opera that broadcasted for far too long on Channel 4 from 1982 till 2003. The series was best known for camp storylines and making crappy Eastenders look like reality.

The soap centered around the residents of Brookside Close, a crappy cul-de-sac located in the leafy suburbs of the beautiful romantic city of Liverpool. Legendary characters that appeared in Brookie include Bobby, Barry, Jimmy, Ron, Sinbad, Trevor, Beth, Terry, Tinhead, Emily and many more! Even Lily Savage and Carol Smillie made cameos too! It was so camp that it looked about as real as Caitlyn Jenner's fanny.

Main storylines[edit]

"That patio body"[edit]

One of Brookie's amazing storylines occurred in 1993, when "Trevor" was accidently knocked into a hole of shite in the garden and was left to die. His wife Mandy had no choice but to stick a couple of cheap patio slaps (that she stole from Homebase) and covered over the hole. His body was later discovered two years later, but as they were about to lift the body out of the shite, the body disappeared. Today, some say that they have seen Trevor alive and well in RTÉ soap, Fair City.

Emily from Brookside. Really!!

"That lesbian kiss"[edit]

Another amazing storyline occurred when "Beth" was involved in a infamous kiss with a hot ginger Scouse chick in 1994. At the time, this would have been a first on TV (since people were that retarded not to broadcast it in the first place). Unfortunately, Beth died of too much lesbian sex off-screen. However, she is claimed to have been spotted alive and well in Hollywood movies alongside Will Ferrell.

"That final episode"[edit]

Finally in 2003, this bollocks of a soap that was Brookside was axed to death by the legends of Channel 4. The final episode featured the residents doing a runner to keep away taxmen. Unfortunately, "Jimmy" could not go anywhere, as one of the residents stole the wheels off his car (a common tradition in Liverpool). So as a result, Jimmy took out a stolen marker and put a fat D on the Brookside Close sign to say "Brookside Closed". Jimmy had no way of getting out and away from the taxman, so he stole a car and drove into the sunset.

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