The Networker is considering filing for bereavement leave following the news that after 45 years Nine is set to dump Days of Our Lives.
No more will we hear the famous line “Like sands through the hour-glass, these are the Days of Our Lives” on local free-to-air TV.
The loss of the day-time soapy is felt so acutely by The Networker, who has faithfully watched the show at 2pm daily that he will not be contactable for the rest of the afternoon.
Instead of his usual afternoon schedule of champagne & canap√©s he will be watching YouTube videos of his favourite story lines and petitioning Nine.
No news yet on what Nine will replace the show which has occupied the 2pm slot since 1968 with.
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