EastEnders and the 'Beale-L-T'

It looks like the Eastenders EastEnders crew has been having some fun with language.

The cafe in the BBC soap opera is owned by a character called Ian Beale. And instead of the traditional BLT, Ian's cafe offers a 'Beale-L-T'.

I've even managed to get a screengrab from the BBC's iPlayer as evidence:

Beale L-T

The Beale-L-T seems to include a burger, but I can't quite read that first word in brackets. Anyone?

7 comments:

Luke Sineath said...

Move? Movie?

ilaria said...

House. Ok, I cheated. ;-)

JD (The Engine Room) said...

That's a relief - I thought it might have been 'Mouse'...

Dogberry said...
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Dogberry said...

Without wishing to be a pest, I used to work as a proofreader for TV Quick and EastEnders has a capital E in the middle. It's as silly as SMart, but it's their title. I like you blog though, I'm running a similarly pedantic one over at http://inkyfool.blogspot.com/

JD (The Engine Room) said...

Ah, yes, I think I did know that - but good spot. I've corrected the post!

And thanks for the link to your blog - I'll be sure to check it out.

Fairbanks said...

It definitely says (Mouse Burger) Just watched these Episodes on Dish Network's PVP of EastEnders and we were looking it up on the internet when I found this link