In There She Goes Tennnant plays Simon, a writer who seems to spend most of his working hours in the pub exchanging insults with his colleagues. While admiring the writer's honesty, it’s extremely painful to hear dialogue like this: “I used to think the worst thing would be to lose a child.  Aroesti gave the show a positive review, describing it as an "uplifting experience".  Characters such as the Yates' neighbour are based on real people from Pye's life, as are some scenes such as Simon taking Rosie to a Baby Sing class and Emily hearing Rosie laugh for the first time. Segal commented that the "gallows humour might be a bit tough for some viewers to stomach", but praises that the parents are presented as loving whilst still sometimes acting poorly.
Keller praised Locke, saying he was surprised to find out that she was not disabled, but found Tennant's Scottish accent tough to understand. Edan Hayhurst as Ben Yates, Rosie's older brother.
While Simon and Emily go on a rare night out, nana and grandad look after the kids, but when they return, they sense that something has gone wrong. There She Goes is about a severely learning disabled 9-year-old girl Rosie, her dad Simon, mum Emily and brother Ben. |. In 2007, Emily and Simon are no longer talking at all, except to argue and shout in front of Ben.  At the time of filming, Tennant had three children and said that the series affected his perspective on parenthood. It doesn't matter to Rosie that it's Ben's birthday. But this new found normality is shattered when Rosie has a seizure in the middle of the night and is rushed to hospital, leaving Emily to despair about what new medical nightmares await them all.
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