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Series 8 - Episode 11
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Some kids get lumbered with truly, ahem, unusual names. Alongside the Rhiannons, Libertys, Lulas and Harleys at
are three troublesome siblings who are attending the school’s Pupil Referral Unit for under-achieving students: there’s Dynasty Barry, Kacey Barry and – get this – Barry Barry. “Has your mum got a stutter or some’at?” he gets taunted.
Not that anyone would dare tease his fierce mother (Zoe Lucker). This term the scriptwriters have made the pupils not so much unruly as verging on the criminal. But as the staffroom includes a head who has been arrested for hastening the death of his terminally ill father and an alcoholic teacher whose actions resulted in a pupil being burned, they’ve not got the greatest examples to follow.
The classroom drama returns for a new term after a 10-week break. Waterloo Road's new pupil referral unit plunges the school headlong into problems with the arrival of Carol Barry (played by EastEnders' Zoe Lucker) and her troublesome family - and sparks fly when her son's affair with another pupil's mother comes to light. Meanwhile, Scout inadvertently starts a feud with returning teacher Nikki Boston, while Imogen worries that Christine is trying to keep her apart from Connor. Heather Peace, Laurie Brett, Alec Newman and Daniela Denby-Ashe co-star.
Full Episode Guide
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An all-star cast and thought-provoking topics make this one of the must-watch shows of the summer
Waterloo Road star Will Rush auditions for The X Factor
Pixie Lott to perform live in an east London shop window
Angela Griffin on joining Lewis, Happy Valley - and the end of Waterloo road
Angela Griffin: Waterloo Road could not compete with Educating Essex and Educating Yorkshire
First look at the tenth and final series of Waterloo Road
Cast and crew wrap on the final ever series of Waterloo Road
Waterloo Road returns to Greenock to film final episodes
Waterloo Road axed by BBC1 after ten series
Angus Deayton: "Supercilious, cynical and sarcastic - yes, that could describe me"
Robson Green’s guide to Northumberland
Waterloo Road: Meet Elizabeth Tan, the new face in the staff room