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THIS is what hap­pens to your TV view­ing af­ter the footy sea­son ends. Fri­day night in front of Bet­ter Homes & Gar­dens. Tonight’s episode lasts al­most as long as a game of foot­ball. Con­sid­er­ate of them, think­ing of us like that. Plus it’s vaguely sports themed.

Fast Ed is go­ing up against two peo­ple called James Court­ney and Mark Winterbottom mak­ing prawn cock­tails in this episode. My money’s on Ed, given that Ed is a chef and James and Mark drive cars around in cir­cles for a liv­ing.

I also like the sound of Karen Mar­tini’s lamb — Greek-style, on the bar­be­cue.

Seven’s say­ing she’s putting it with her ‘‘ best-ever’’ salad, but I think we’ve all heard that be­fore.

So you’ll be in the right headspace to back up for the trial of rapist and mur­derer Ge­or­gios Ste­likos on Scott & Bai­ley. He’s a grub, but so’s his bar­ris­ter Nick Sav­age.

‘‘ Looks about as sav­age as a wet sponge,’’ Scott and Bai­ley’s DCI says as she wishes them luck on her way back to the sta­tion. She’s ob­vi­ously not aware that Rachel— Bai­ley— was hav­ing an af­fair with him for two years.

He dumped her in the first episode, over din­ner, be­fore

Salad days: Karen Mar­tini

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