On Mon, 12 Mar 2018 17:18:07 +0000, LFS <***@gmail.com>
>On 12/03/2018 12:23, Mike Ruddock wrote:
>> Did anyone see this last episode of the series last night?
>> I had quite expected it to be the last ever but a voice over at the end
>> promised a return.
>> Some of the action took place in a minor "public" school and I was
>> amused at the way the writer had lifted, almost intact, scenes from a
>> play by Giles Cooper called "Unman, Wittering and Zigo" (The title of
>> that play refers to the last three names on the class register.)
>> I am surprised that anyone recalls it - it was broadcast on R3 late in
>> 1958, though possibly repeated later.
>I too expected it to be the last and wouldn't have minded much. I'll
>watch anything with Roger Allam in but I'm a bit fed up with Shaun
>smouldering all over the place.
YANAOU. We both said Worst. Episode. Ever. When it ended. And are fed
up with the smouldering too, me more than b.
How could Fancy have gone in alone before back-up arrived?? I
suggested someone put a gun to his head and made him but why would
they? Easier to kill him in the car.
How could the matron let it all go on so long and why not go to the
head master or police? 23 stabs?? Was she taking it from Julius
Caesar too? Who put the shirt and notebook there for the boys to find?
Did she take his shirt off before shoving him into the pit? And what
about the teacher who thought the dead teacher was evil? He and the
matron both did so why did neither go to the head?
> We had a bit of a giggle at the thought
>of a drive-by shooting in the Turl.
>And I did think some of it was familiar - well spotted, I remember
>seeing David Hemmings in the film.