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Started by Bez, June 27, 2012, 09:20:40 AM

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4 eps in and still enjoying it .. had to laugh at the prison escort scene .. u just knew didn't.you
From the Land of Honest Men.

Some very funny stuff out there about how "O" this OCG is.  So "O" that they can place a sniper in exactly the right window to have a clean shot in precisely the place the police van lands on it side!

Exciting and enjoyable nonetheless!
"Who would have thought that the ending of freedom of movement of goods and people would lead to shortages in goods and people"

Head scratcher!

Still enjoying it .. but it really is getting so convoluted with links back to seasons 1 and 2... it's like how much more complicated can this season be and the answer is none.. none more complicated..

I did pick up on the "definitely" clue but Adrian Dunbar on some breakfast telly seems to suggest they,ve dropped a big hint about the outcome of the Kate Fleming character.. which has passed me by...
From the Land of Honest Men.

"Jesus, Mary and the wee little donkey"

Classic! Sums up last night's episode quite well too!
"Who would have thought that the ending of freedom of movement of goods and people would lead to shortages in goods and people"

Head scratcher!

I hope this is the last series.. as much as I.ve enjoyed it ...its time to call it quits me thinks
From the Land of Honest Men.

May 04, 2021, 10:25:40 AM #35 Last Edit: May 04, 2021, 10:42:22 AM by dom
Bit of a damp squid ending!  I suppose the World weary view that corruption is endemic and will never be stopped holds true.

Left enough of a window for a 7th season if the BBC and Jed Mercurio see fit.

Edit: apparently nearly 13 million watched the last episode - amazing figures in the current age.  That might convince the BBC to flog the horse a little more.
"Who would have thought that the ending of freedom of movement of goods and people would lead to shortages in goods and people"

Head scratcher!

Yes it was all a bit flat wasn't,t it.. we still don't know who is really pulling the strings so I suppose they could drag out another series.

Caught by bad spelling.....
From the Land of Honest Men.

Quote from: dom on May 04, 2021, 10:25:40 AMThat might convince the BBC to flog the horse a little more.
At least the wee donkey, anyway
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Quote from: Ricky4001 on May 06, 2021, 13:54:16 PMAt least the wee donkey, anyway
Very good 😂!
"Who would have thought that the ending of freedom of movement of goods and people would lead to shortages in goods and people"

Head scratcher!