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maggiebee | 23:59 Mon 04th Nov 2019 | Media & TV
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Anyone watch this tonight? Are you any clearer? Lots of loose ends for the final episode tomorrow night methinks.

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Totally lost. I now have a headache.
The last episode of a series is like the last couple of chapters in a book, maggie. All comes out in the wash. Hopefully.
Now that one crime has been solved, i would expect Cassie to return to the murder squad and help Rob (Andy) solve the other crime.
I gave up last week! Got brain ache. Hubby was watching it tonight. I was doing sudoku.
I think it'll be tied up nicely in the next episode.
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Ken4155 - do you mean Adam? I'm confused enough!
Yes, Maggie. I'm sure Ken meant Adam.
Didn't he?!!.....
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Patsy, there are so many twists and turns there might well be an Andy in there!
Rob/Andy is turning out to be not a very nice person. I still can't see how they are going to tie it all up tonight. I find the actress playing Cassie/Lexie mesmerising, she is stunning to look at.
Sorry you've got me doing it - he is most definitely Adam!!
Prudie - I think his past is just coming back to haunt him and is messing with his head.
Yes, i meant Adam. My apoliwhatsits for confusing you even more:-)
I agree, he’s a loathsome character.
The unsavoury nature of his character is probably as a result of 'survivor' syndrome. Did he not say to his mother (before she reminded him how cruel his so-called friends were) that he misses them every day. He needs to know how and why they died while he lived. Don't forget that because he survived the ordeal in the woods, he had to leave his home and attend a boarding school in England.
I'll begin by banging my own drum a tad. Didn't i say (wasn't it just after episode 2?) that eldest daughter was involved?
Really enjoyed the series but my one complaint is that it left us with a slight hint of the super-natural (a mention of a 'baby taker'). Nothing wrong with things super-natural but we should be warned beforehand.
As there are 6 books in the series and this one was taken from books 1 and 2, it would be feasible to believe another series (or two) may be in the offing.
I really enjoyed it.
Been doing sudokus again! I really don't appreciate fantasy, supernatural, spooky or space stuff. I'm so boring! I shall enjoy Doc Martin tomorrow!
I don't either, Nellie, but this one wasn't really super natural, more unexplained.
I enjoyed it. The supernatural issue didn’t bother me.
Doesn't bother me Anne. It just spoils things for me. But the whole drama was wasted on me. T just had no impact on me.

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