"What self respecting ghost would turn up to be shrieked at by a white-faced loon and her big-headed husband?"
Yvette: If there is any spirit there can you please please please come forward?
Spirit: Oh all right then (knocks over a bottle or something)
Yvette and everybody else: AAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH! (run out of room)
Spirit: Well f*** that for a game of soldiers, eh?
What I hate is when she gets tough and starts insulting the ghosts and calling them "cowards" for not confronting her. I also hate how little anybody on the show seems to have learned in the however many years they've been doing it. You'd think, with all that experience under their belts, they'd have become a little more sophisticated in their approach, but- no- they're still the same ignorant Scoobies they ever were.
That's my exact thought. Why should they come forward she just screams they have better people to haunt, ghost turn up unexpectedly.Anyway id bet the spirit world do there own show on Yvette and Karl bet it's a good show for them.
Why don't they just set up cameras everywhere and then leave let's see what happens then. I find her stupidly hilarious !!!!
I've often thought that taking secondary school children to see a dead,drugged body at a morgue would be a good idea.
Karen does a hard,hard job.
Thankfully there are people like her to do it
Her work is not only hard but unsung. Dealing with crazy people who are liable to drop dead in front of you at any time seems not so far removed- in terms of stress- from what a frontline soldier has to do.
Thank goodness there ARE people like Karen. They're the ones who make a difference. I admire people who can work with unrelenting misery like that.
And she does it without anyone noticing she's doing it.
I've worked in hospitals. I found it terribly stressful. I'd not willingly go back.
Thank you for your kind thoughts on Karen my wife, to me she's one of a kind and all the relatives of the patients love her.She doesn't just take care of them she fights for what there entitled to in the system and she gets it for them.
Karen has told me to tell you that she also has a team of underpaid people who also do a amazing job and she couldn't do it without them.
Before last night I had only only the haziest idea of what Karen did; now that I know I'm full of admiration.
I've only recently realised that the really, really important jobs in society - the essential, tough, caring jobs - are done by an army of passionately dedicated and horrifically underpaid people, most of them women. It's amazing, and awful too. Well done, Karen.
When I think of what Karen does and gets paid- and then about what a banker does and gets paid it makes me angry.
Thank the gods for the Karens of this world, and their teams. This would be a poorer world without them.