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Is anyone watching this on PBS?

Your thoughts?

by Anonymousreply 221Last Thursday at 11:32 AM

I like Shaun Evans a lot.

by Anonymousreply 108/09/2020

I always enjoy it.

That and Metamucil.

by Anonymousreply 208/09/2020

R1, Then you must watch "The Take"! (Stars Tom Hardy)

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by Anonymousreply 308/09/2020

Tom Hardy bugs me

by Anonymousreply 408/10/2020

But Shaun Evans is wonderful in "The Take," and his final scene is worth it.

by Anonymousreply 508/10/2020

Endeavor was the least loved of all the space shuttles.

by Anonymousreply 608/10/2020


by Anonymousreply 708/10/2020

Endeavour the space shuttle must try harder.

by Anonymousreply 808/10/2020

R3... I actually very much enjoyed Endeavour, though not Morse. Shaun Evans is terrific.

I know I am an eldergay or at least a premature eldergay as I watch pretty much nothing but PBS from conventional broadcast television.

by Anonymousreply 908/10/2020

I love Shaun Evans

by Anonymousreply 1008/10/2020

I love it and watch it mainly for Shaun Evans and Roger Allam.

by Anonymousreply 1108/10/2020

Yes, love the stories

by Anonymousreply 1208/10/2020

Roger Allam is a gem.

by Anonymousreply 1308/10/2020

Roger Allam is a hot daddy.

by Anonymousreply 1408/10/2020

I went crawling back to "Endeavor" last night in spite of my mid-series boycott (WHET to the lovely nurse love-interest??!!); there's no resisting the allure of Shaun Evans's cheekbones.

by Anonymousreply 1508/10/2020

^ The love story subplots always feel misplaced to me. They need to work on that.

by Anonymousreply 1608/10/2020

Those Shaun Evans' groupies must watch The Last Weekend in which he and Rupert Penry-Jones present dongs.

Endeavour was good until season 4 or 5, then the stupid romantic subplots kinda ruined it.

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by Anonymousreply 1708/10/2020

Oh, they are with this new episode, r16! The ending might explain the otherwise inexplicable insistence of Ludo to have Morse as a best bud. I mean, attending Oxford can't be that big a Oxford.

by Anonymousreply 1808/10/2020

It was a slow burn for me, took me awhile to get into the series. I got PBS Passport this past year and caught up to the latest season. This season is set in 1970, that's not that far off from the mid 80's John Thaw Morse timeline. Will Endeavour make an effort to reconcile its Morse with that one?

by Anonymousreply 1908/10/2020

^ The way that Ludo was all buddy-buddy with Morse after not having spoken to him in years made me wonder if he was going to hit on Morse

by Anonymousreply 2008/10/2020

R20, I totally thought we were going to get a gay storyline!

by Anonymousreply 2108/10/2020

Much better than the latest series of Grantchester.

by Anonymousreply 2208/10/2020

R20, That was what I was intimating: a three-some, attempted by Ludo after his wife told him of her Little Death in Venice.

by Anonymousreply 2308/10/2020

I wanted to like it because I love Inspector Morse. But I found it pretentious and extremely boring.

by Anonymousreply 2408/10/2020

R24, Shaun Evans is certainly attractive, but to me John Thaw was more interesting to watch. And the original had better plots, and better writers (like Anthony Minghella) and directors (like Danny Boyle).

by Anonymousreply 2508/10/2020

Checking Wiki, I found that Thaw was only 45 when Morse debut in 1987. And was only 60 when he died in 2002. He was like Wilford Brimley--they looked and acted much older than they were. I was shocked when Brimley died last month, I thought he had died in the early 2000's. I was surprised to learn he played 20 years older in Cocoon. I thought he was in his 70's in the 80's, how the hell did he live until 2020!

by Anonymousreply 2608/10/2020

R16: You should use the thread number you are referring to instead of using up arrows. We typically use ^^ at the beginning of a post to indicate edits to our own preceding comment.

Thank you.

by Anonymousreply 2708/10/2020

Fun fact: Roger Allam was the first ever Javert in Les Mis... created the role in 1985.

by Anonymousreply 2808/10/2020

Allam looks like he was in Claudius but he's actually one of the few older venerable British actors who wasn't.

by Anonymousreply 2908/11/2020

Love Allam and like Shane a lot. However, it could be called "Inspectors" or any other name, because other than being set in Oxford and the fact that Morse is a cop who loves classical music, I can't find that Shane is anything like Morse. I just don't get that vibe at all.

by Anonymousreply 3008/12/2020

Roger Allam is in the later episodes of the satiric "The Thick of It" and he's sexy and funny and caustic. Very impressed.

by Anonymousreply 3108/12/2020

I love Roger Allam as an actor, but I get very sick of Fred Thursday as a character. He's always dragging Morse down. I did like for once, though, that his wife Win was part of the actual story. I like the character and I like the woman who plays her.

The Italian woman Morse fell for seems like Cecily Strong playing a stereotype of an Italian woman on SNL.

From what I've read, the whistling serial killer will thread as a storyline through all three episodes.

by Anonymousreply 3208/12/2020

As soon as these last two episodes air, I'm going back and bingewatching Endeavour. It's available on Amazon Prime and PBS Passport.

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by Anonymousreply 3308/13/2020

I absolutely love Endeavour and I never liked or watched Morse. There was so much foreshadowing in the early seasons that every finale I expected Thursday to be killed off but this time they’ve already announced an 8th series. Shaun Evans is fine but I watch it to see Roger Allam and lately for Anton Bright as well. His character has really grown. I’ve rewatched most of the seasons. It’s very dark though.

Re the current season, this Ludo’s a set up, right? He’s out for revenge because Morse slept with his wife or he’s an international crook or both.

by Anonymousreply 3408/13/2020

Also in the PBS thread several months ago someone recommended watching the 2nd series of The Missing because I liked Baptiste so much. I am watching it now and it is fantastic. (Dropped out of the 1st season after ten minutes because it involved a kidnapped kid; can’t watch that, too realistic). Baptiste is a lovely character.

by Anonymousreply 3508/13/2020

A younger Roger Allam is in "Midsomer Murders," Season 1, Episode 4: "Faithful Unto Death."

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by Anonymousreply 3608/13/2020

Holy shit R36 Joyce actually had some volume in her hair!

by Anonymousreply 3708/13/2020

Rewatched it last night because I’d fallen asleep last week. I’d missed the whole confession scene by the head scientist guy but I’m still confused, did he confess to killing the bar maid too? Was she blackmailing him? That was kind of rushed.

Ludo No Last Name is def a bad ‘un. “Hello old” “Morse” “Right, we were up together, I was in College X and you were in College...” “College Y” “That’s right. How have you been?”

by Anonymousreply 3808/16/2020

R2 - if you accompany that with a douche and wash, marry me ;-)

by Anonymousreply 3908/16/2020

[quote]Roger Allam is in the later episodes of the satiric "The Thick of It" and he's sexy and funny and caustic. Very impressed.

Allam played a pedophile in one of "The Missing" series on STARZ. Not sure if it was the 1st or 2nd season.

by Anonymousreply 4008/16/2020

my fave show on pbs. along with vera .....the storys are complex and lots o fun seein them solve the crime. best actors around. shaun evaans is HOT

by Anonymousreply 4108/16/2020

"I’d missed the whole confession scene by the head scientist guy but I’m still confused, did he confess to killing the bar maid too? Was she blackmailing him? That was kind of rushed."

No, it was implied that the real killer of the barmaid is still out there

by Anonymousreply 4208/16/2020

I just finished watching that r40, season 2. He wasn’t a pedophile but he covered up for one due to some misguided army rah-rah buddy b.s. which was somehow the fault of the woman commanding officer.

by Anonymousreply 4308/16/2020

[quote]I just finished watching that [R40], season 2. He wasn’t a pedophile but he covered up for one due to some misguided army rah-rah buddy b.s. which was somehow the fault of the woman commanding officer.

Are you sure about that? Wasn't there the scene where his character's collection of kiddie porn tapes was found on his boat? In fact, Allam's character lead the other person to the collection.

by Anonymousreply 4408/16/2020

How did the quietly sexy Endeavour character morph into the desperate pathetic pussy chaser Morse? Old man Morse seemed to hit on every female he encountered, even wildly inappropriate ones like major suspects in active cases. I watched the Endeavour series first and loved it, but Inspector Morse was less enjoyable for that reason. I'm going to start Inspector Lewis, and see how he adapts to being the old-timer in a working relationship.

by Anonymousreply 4508/16/2020

HOW EXCITING,,,new shows now, season openers, the plots so inscrutable......the delightful and said to be hung like a bull, shaun evans.

by Anonymousreply 4608/17/2020

Sometimes i have to watch the same episode several times to get the plot......the one with the tiger was my fave, man eating tigers in UK !

by Anonymousreply 4708/17/2020

[quote]said to be hung like a bull, shaun evans.

Said by whom, where? On display for all to view?

by Anonymousreply 4808/17/2020

I don’t remember a boat r44. Allam’s character and the black friend (who was thought to have later committed suicide) covered up for the pedo soldier because they were all army buddies. In doing so they killed the girl’s father and (accidentally) the younger sister. So then the pedo soldier was able to blackmail them into helping him with the sick kidnapped girl. By then Allam was a brigadier general with more to lose.

by Anonymousreply 4908/17/2020

They didn’t seem to spend much time trying to figure out who murdered the cook/towpath flasher. Thursday is still on about the pub waitress and her boyfriend. Morse is mooning over Ludo’s wife. Bright is worried about his wife. They’re all working on the Indian restaurant plot.

There was a clip afterwards discussing the changes this season and how the characters are “growing”. Ugh, I hate the petty sniping between Morse and Thursday. It’s beneath them. I never watched the original Morse except for two or three episodes, enough to know I didn’t care for it. Crabby guy yelling at his subordinate. The show runner feels compelled to steer Endeavour in that direction but it’s a shame. The relationship between young Morse and Thursday is much better written and to twist it to conform with the earlier series is going to be a predictable and regrettable mistake. Endeavour is a victim of its success.

by Anonymousreply 5008/17/2020

it was on reddit, some guy saw on at an on set urinal. thick ten, figures, skinny vanilla guys like that have big weenies. ide go for his smooth pink fukhole and tear it up

by Anonymousreply 5108/17/2020

Thank you so much, r51. It doesn't take much for me to consider Shaun Evans' dong numerous times during each episode. Now my imaginings shall be out of control.

by Anonymousreply 5208/17/2020

A few shots on the show sometimes show it hanging down there like jon hamm's mancock.

by Anonymousreply 5308/17/2020

[quote]I just finished watching that [[R40]], season 2. He wasn’t a pedophile but he covered up for one due to some misguided army rah-rah buddy b.s. which was somehow the fault of the woman commanding officer.

Are you sure you're not confusing 'The Missing" with 'Baptiste'? Wasn't the Dutch woman commanding police officer, who Baptiste had the son with but didn't know he did, hiding something important about the case Baptiste was working on?

Guess I have to re-watch all these series.

by Anonymousreply 5408/17/2020

[quote]A few shots on the show sometimes show it hanging down there like jon hamm's mancock.

There are nudes of Shaun Evans out there, his cock isn't that big.

You guys are hilarious.

by Anonymousreply 5508/17/2020

The nudes i saw, it hung to his knees.

by Anonymousreply 5608/18/2020

r55 r56 Pics?

by Anonymousreply 5708/18/2020

I am not loving this season. Far too soap opera -y. I am not against knowing the main character's personal life per se, but this season seem really forced.

Bright and his wife seems like an after school special/very special episode. Anton Lesser is a fantastic actor, but the material is beneath him.

The Ludo/Violetta subplot is like a bad romance novel with all of the tatty trapping: mansions, fabulous parties, exotic locations/decor, chic clothing. I expect to see Pia Zadora any minute. Also far too clever in a sophomoric way. I get the references to The Talented Mr Ripley (Ludo does have a surname- "Talenti"), but it seems rather high school clever.

In fact, the name dropping (Fanny to his Johnny, etc.) is really annoying. It is as if the writers are saying, "See we did our research! We can name all of these people/things/ events from the period!"

by Anonymousreply 5808/18/2020

R58, I watched the entire season, you're not wrong...The end is ripe, very, very ripe. I'm not saying it watchable but my eyeballs couldn't stop rolling.

by Anonymousreply 5908/18/2020

I'm liking this season more than any other. I love it when he gets all opera-y, even soap opera-y. Of course, I am a contributor to the Midwestern Marvels threads.

by Anonymousreply 6008/18/2020

R60, you'll be happy.

by Anonymousreply 6108/18/2020

first 2 episodes have been let doown.....earlier ones were complex scripts and fun...bring in some new hot men

by Anonymousreply 6208/18/2020

[quote]I expect to see Pia Zadora any minute.

Doable. Very, very doable.

by Anonymousreply 6308/18/2020

His lips and eyes make me drop to my knees in desirous veneration, ide be his sugar mommy in a second, if he is good titty torturer. and piss giver.

by Anonymousreply 6408/18/2020

There was a coup in Mali today. (I’m watching season 2 of Deep State so this is relevant to me)

Okay r54, The Missing Season 2: No, the only pedo was the Army public affairs officer who helped Keely Hawes and husband deal with the reappearance/death of their “daughter”. Twenty years previously, in Iraq he had been molesting a local girl, her father caught and tortured him, and Allam’s character and the black guy went AWOL, rescued him, killing the father and a younger sister in the process. Their reasoning was, they were just looking out for each other because their commanding officer (the blonde woman) was undisciplined, weak, yadda yadda, it was all her fault. (Yeah, not really a valid plot point)

Later on, when one of the kidnapped girls got sick, the pedo blackmailed Allam (now a general) and the black guy (the only one who actually had a conscience) into helping him by threatening to tell what happened in Iraq. The sick girl had seen their faces so she could identify them also. But they had no connection with the girls otherwise.

Good role for Roger Allam, take-charge brigadier general and then man losing his mind to dementia.

by Anonymousreply 6508/18/2020

looooooove roger allam, ICON

by Anonymousreply 6608/19/2020

My fantasia is allam sitting his fat hot ass on my face, and shaun sitting on my hard cock, and the fug daughter who ran away from home (she looks like she could be shauns momma) must stand by with that forelorn face: man she is a drag: weird casting huh

by Anonymousreply 6708/19/2020

Shaun Evans looks just like my dad when he was that age. Makes it a weird experience.

by Anonymousreply 6808/19/2020

Don't get the Shaun or Roger lust here, both men are average in the looks department.

I'm not talking about their acting, I'm talking about the posts here drooling over their looks. This is a very odd thread, neither man would be considered extremely good looking.

Shaun is too thin, maybe if he put on some weight, he'd be more attractive. Shaun looks like one of my goofy awkward young cousins.

by Anonymousreply 6908/20/2020

takes all kinds mary, u should now dat by now

by Anonymousreply 7008/20/2020

I knew there was something weird about the "friend" and his wife

by Anonymousreply 7108/23/2020

Ugh, this romance between Morse and Violetta was too cliched and predictable. OTOH, the relationship between Bright and his wife was touching. (Not sure why the reporter would’ve learned of her accident before the police or her husband coming home to find her)

BUT THE BIGGEST ERROR IS HOW THEY ARE TWISTING ENDEAVOUR TO FIT INTO THE MORSE CHARACTER. Just stop it. Acknowledge that the student has surpassed the master and let Endeavour, Thursday, Bright and Strange get along and solve crimes together. It’s a mistake to break up a winning team because of what happened on a series that ran thirty fricking years ago.

by Anonymousreply 7208/23/2020

Where are the Shaun Evans nudes?!

by Anonymousreply 7308/23/2020

How did Bright ever get such a beautiful wife, even if she has been constantly dying for two seasons?

by Anonymousreply 7408/23/2020

"Endeavour"'s season ended so ridiculously i cannot believe it.

by Anonymousreply 7508/23/2020

What a fucking joke.

by Anonymousreply 7608/23/2020

I just realized this afternoon that there was a seventh season, and I attempted to catch up starting with s 7 ep 01, but I quit it about 20 minutes in. I'm dreadfully tired of all the moping, from everyone, but especially from Morse.

I can see, though, how they're evolving his character into the older Inspector Morse of the earlier series. He's definitely gone from a melancholy and somewhat callow guy to the sour, pathetic skirt-chaser John Thaw portrayed. Not my cup of tea, though. It's sad to see the fairly attractive young character inexorably become what we know he's going to become.

One thing I've always wondered, though. What TF is his beef with Joan Thursday and, eventually, with Fred Thursday, too? The writing is so goddam elliptical that I can't see any real reason for all the animosity. On the other hand, I may have missed something, since all the seasons blur for me into a long, depressing mess.

by Anonymousreply 7708/23/2020

Of course, I know that there was a brief possibility of romance between Morse and Joan, and he was more into it than she was, but, man, he really dwelled on that and was disproportionately bitter about it.

by Anonymousreply 7808/23/2020

I keep harping on the subject I know, but it’s so ridiculous that the writers have their hands tied because of an ancient albeit beloved show. In the first season of Endeavour, practically the first episode featured the love story of “the one that got away” according to the 90s series Morse, which turned him into a bitter crank. It was a tiny blip in this series. Since neither Fred Thursday nor his daughter was mentioned on Morse although other current characters are, the writers have to conjure up ridiculous ways for them to be on the outs.

by Anonymousreply 7908/24/2020

I’ve never met a man called Thursday.

by Anonymousreply 8008/24/2020

Excellent show. Watched the Season & finale last night and loved it!

The show gets better with each season

by Anonymousreply 8108/24/2020

There's going to be an eighth season, too, apparently. i do enjoy the mysteries but I am so sick of the constant problems between Morse and the Thursdays I've grown sick of that part of it.

The best character in the whole show has been Anton Lesser's complex Chief inspector Bright. Lesser is a superb actor (one of the very best in the UK) and he's brought so many layers to his part. He started out as a hardass, but as the show has gone through its seasons you see that bright is essentially a deeply kind man underneath his crustiness, and though he can be silly sometimes (and he's not as smart as Morse or thursday) and also can be hurt, he's surprisingly resilient. When he played Harold Macmillan in the first two seasons of The Crown he really amazed me because even though both Bright and Macmillan are quite similar in some ways (they are well-placed stuffed shirts), he put in enough shadings to both characterizations that they were really quite different: Lesser's Macmillan, despite being more highly placed and better educated and wealthier, was not as resilient as his Bright.

by Anonymousreply 8208/24/2020

You loved that absurd plot? SMH.

by Anonymousreply 8308/24/2020

R83, Smell My Hole??????

by Anonymousreply 8408/24/2020

R83 - Yes I did. Sometimes it is not what it is about but how it goes about it.

by Anonymousreply 8508/24/2020

Anton Lesser in Wolf Hall! He reminds me of Anton Walbrook a lot, the precision in speaking.

This series gave DS Strange more to do, foreshadowing his rise to DCS in Morse.

This season’s mystery was okay with the towpath murderer/ pub orphan storyline but the jogger /hit by car guy was a complete clanger (oh, he’s just a copycat because that’s what jogging will do to you) The love triangle story was predictable. Setting the denouement in Venice was ludicrous. Thursday jumping on a train to follow Endeavour because of a letter to Joan? And arriving just in time to stop Ludo from shooting him? And then the soap opera dying scene while Thursday is left to chase after Ludo and shoot him? Think next season will start with Thursday in an Italian jail? Or is Ludo going to become a Moriarity uber arch criminal character if there is no body?

by Anonymousreply 8608/24/2020

Are we supposed to believe that the original affair in Venice was a fantastic coincidence or that it was somehow part of Ludo’s plot and the tension over his wife’s affair with Morse was all fake because . . .

Also, what good did having a “stupid police friend” really do for Ludo, and if one wanted a stupid policeman, was Morse the best choice?

by Anonymousreply 8708/24/2020

R87 - I think there will be more to come in Season 8.

by Anonymousreply 8808/24/2020

I'll tell you what, besides truck-sized plot holes, I didn't care for so basically skipped:

The epilogue of showing us the camera work. No!! Allow me (us) the suspension of disbelief!

by Anonymousreply 8908/24/2020

[quote] Thursday jumping on a train to follow Endeavour because of a letter to Joan?

I wasn't watching as closely as I should have but didn't the letter have all the evidence that kinked Ludo to the crimes?

I agree, that back and forth with the opera was just pretentious to me. What was the point? We know Morse likes opera but his life is not an opera.

I don't mind some of the other issues. That's what happens in fiction - someone does show up to shoot the villain at the right moment. LOL!

I think Bright has turned into a fascinating character. Starting with us learning his history in India during the war and his shooting the tiger and saving Morse's life. The newer story revolving around his wife's illness further brought a humanity to him. So we know he is a man of principles in the most trying of circumstances (refusing to be corrupted with a bribe that could help save his wife's life) extremely competent in stressful situations and brave. Lesser does a stellar job of turning a stereotype on its head.

by Anonymousreply 9008/24/2020

Wouldn't the insurance company be suspicious of a guy cashing in policies for people he isn't related to?

by Anonymousreply 9108/24/2020

hard to believe, but each episode is more boring thatn the previous, in tthe new season

by Anonymousreply 9208/24/2020

Worst season of ENDEAVOR, ever.

by Anonymousreply 9308/25/2020

I liked it more than most seasons. The last two episodes were better than most, and I think I've seen them all.

by Anonymousreply 9408/25/2020

"Wouldn't the insurance company be suspicious of a guy cashing in policies for people he isn't related to?"

Buying people's insurance policies for a fraction of their worth is legitimate. You see ads on TV for this all the time.

If the insurance companies does not suspect murder by the beneficiary , because it is not on the death certificate as cause of death, then the payout is almost immediate like within 30 days in most states in the USA.

by Anonymousreply 9508/25/2020

R90 - Bright has definitely become the most interesting character due entirely to Anton Lesser.

I was surprised at highly stylish his wife was as compared to the other WAGs on the show. It was clear that Bright and his wife were very much in love.

I am willing to bet we find out in future seasons she came from a lower-level aristocratic or moderately wealthy landed gentry background.

by Anonymousreply 9608/25/2020

R90, yes the letter to Joan had all the evidence but it was such a clumsy plot device. What if Mrs Thursday hadn’t opened it when it arrived—it was addressed to Joan, she should have just forwarded it. Then Thursday would’ve arrived too late. Also, the apology about his behavior, I mean just send it directly to the man ffs.

The entire last act could’ve been set in England and been more believable.

by Anonymousreply 9708/25/2020

R97 - Of course Mrs. Thursday open Joan's letter. Mrs. Thursday is a Nosy Nelly and a good plot device.

by Anonymousreply 9808/25/2020

[quote]The entire last act could’ve been set in England and been more believable.

And yet, I liked looking at Venice. I found it entirely believable, what's more, that Morse would have gone there for New Year's. I liked it so much, I'm willing to forgive the plot structure that brought Thursday to Venice Just in the Nick of Time.

by Anonymousreply 9908/25/2020

Oh don’t get me wrong, I love Endeavour, it’s one of my favorite shows. I just wish the writers spent a bit more time working out the plots. The acting and the art direction/production design is always fantastic.

by Anonymousreply 10008/25/2020

I think we're supposed to believe that Morse and Violetta met by accident. Then Ludo and Morse met, and at their first meal together, Ludo started feeling Morse out, to see if he was corruptible. It makes sense that Ludo might want a useful idiot at the police, and the fact that Morse left evidence hanging around at his place, where Ludo could see it, at least makes it worth Ludo's time to cultivate this potential asset.

I don't think Ludo was supposed to know about the affair, because they went to the trouble of showing us how he called the house trying to reach Morse and instead reached Violetta.

by Anonymousreply 10108/25/2020

R101 - Never understood why Morse "left" the phone number of his love shack with his department.

by Anonymousreply 10208/25/2020

Because he needs to be reachable 24/7 and there are no cell phones.

by Anonymousreply 10308/25/2020

R103 - I realize there are no cell phones. Was he living there with her or did they just use the place for rolls in the hay.

The true nature of the living arrangement was not quite clear to me from the episode.

by Anonymousreply 10408/25/2020

He was not living there, but would be there long enough, probably at a regular time.

by Anonymousreply 10508/25/2020

R105 - Thanks!

After all the wonderful and insightful posts on this thread, I plan to re-watch the episode tonight for the third time.

by Anonymousreply 10608/25/2020

Endeavor meeting Violetta / Ludo kind of reminds me of Oedipus meeting a lovely woman, having an affair and then oops - he finds out she's his mother. It's all very heavy-handed Greek tragedy, down to the deus ex machina of Fred Thursday arriving at precisely the right moment to save the hero while the woman dies in the hero's arms. Ludo even talks about how he left his murders up to fate.

But maybe I'm overthinking it.

by Anonymousreply 10708/25/2020

I thought it was way too much of a coincidence that she turned up in I assume they were planning the scam from the beginning

by Anonymousreply 10808/25/2020

R103: I thought their love nest belonged to Violetta's dancer friend who was away on-tour. But didn't she turn up dead? Aye! So many characters and I am confused. Will take a third viewing by week's end: three is the charm.

by Anonymousreply 10908/25/2020

My R109 is in response to R104. Oops.

by Anonymousreply 11008/25/2020

R109, yes, the "friend" ended up a life insurance victim of Ludo and Violetta.

by Anonymousreply 11108/25/2020

I think the friend, Petra, was intended to be a victim of Ludo/Violetta, but copycat towpath killer (the one the women caught) killed Petra first.

by Anonymousreply 11208/25/2020

Was the mansion they were living in really theirs, or were they squatting in the home of one of their victims, just like with the dancer?

by Anonymousreply 11308/25/2020

There was no discussion about the mansion Ludo and Violetta were living in, so I guess that's up to the viewer. They were living there quite visibly to the local community, so it's more likely they had the legal right to be there, as part of their facade.

by Anonymousreply 11408/25/2020

The actress who played the Italian woman, Stephanie Leonidas, her younger sister is also an actress, a better actress and much prettier, Georgina Leonidas.

Georgina was very good in the short, "Baghdad Express", I think she was in a Harry Potter film but I've never seen one.

by Anonymousreply 11508/26/2020

Was Ludo ever a student at Oxford? Must have been right? He can't have faked that in Oxford without anyone questioning it?

by Anonymousreply 11608/26/2020

Ludo recognized Morse from their university days. He could have been lying about that, but if Ludo never attended Oxford at all, I think Morse would have seen through that. I vaguely remember an Inspector Morse story where Morse was able to spot someone who lied about attending the university - Morse was kind of smug about spotting the clues.

Also, at their first meal together, Ludo made a vague comment that made it seem like his wife had left him. That would have resonated with Morse, who was dumped by his fiancee during their university years. If Ludo was in Oxford at that time, he might have remembered the story.

by Anonymousreply 11708/26/2020

Really interested to see what Morse does with the "crack shack" house he bought.

I hope it is done up decently as I am interested in seeing what the set designers do with the interiors of a newly renovated historic house in 1971.

by Anonymousreply 11808/26/2020

That’s another big plot hole as far as I’m concerned. Morse would have been very skeptical of someone quite memorable, whom he did not recall claiming to remember him from Oxford, and would have wondered why this jet-setting, fabulously rich man was so intent on being his BFF. The ridiculous coincidence of the wife would only amplify his suspicions. Anyone would be curious about his new friend’s source of wealth, but Morse is not shown to have given it any thought.

by Anonymousreply 11908/26/2020

R119 - Maybe Morse was just blinded by the wife's hole. Lust can do strange things to people.

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by Anonymousreply 12108/26/2020

R107, Oedipus didn't simply "meet a lovely woman...." He was married to (the recently-widowed by him unwittingly) Queen Jocasta for saving her realm from the Sphinx.

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If the story extends to the next season—I hope so—because they didn’t show a body and Thursday as a British policeman carrying a gun and shooting someone in Italy has to be a complicated international incident at least, I think it will be proved that Ludo didn’t attend Oxford. C’mon, he was a conman. If future Morse is good at detecting fakes, then this is when he learned to do it. Remember at their initial meeting, Morse was the one who offered up his name and college name. It was right after he was chasing the guy who picked his pocket so he was distracted, later he would’ve been wary of leading questions like that.

One thing, opera in Venice, sure but wouldn’t a true buff go to La Scala?

by Anonymousreply 12308/27/2020

R123, forgot about the pickpocket. It was a setup for Ludo to "meet" Morse.

by Anonymousreply 12408/27/2020

R123 - Per an interview I read today online at PBS Masterpiece with Shaun Evans, Season 7 story line is over and done.

Season 8 will return to a stand-alone episode format. The interview is worth reading and shooting in Venice is much discussed.

by Anonymousreply 12508/27/2020

Worth reading, but not worth linking?

by Anonymousreply 12608/27/2020

Good thing for Morse that Thursday came to his aid, instead of investigating some stolen-auto incident. Heh.

by Anonymousreply 12708/27/2020

R126 - Not sure I know how to post a link but I will try.

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by Anonymousreply 12808/27/2020

I was wondering why the opera was not at all familiar. They wrote it for Endeavor.

by Anonymousreply 12908/27/2020

No kidding! I didn’t recognize it but I know very little about opera so I figured it was my ignorance.

by Anonymousreply 13008/27/2020

man i love this show, the first 3 seasons damn fine. but this season is worst of the lot....simple simon...

yes anton lesser is fab! he a very well respected actor in england...done fab stage work

gettin weary of poor ole morse never findin love

may as well be a pitiful closet case..

by Anonymousreply 13108/28/2020

R131, Best not watch the "Inspector Morse" series then.

by Anonymousreply 13208/29/2020

i looove insp morse, awesome scripts, i love endeavor but this last season was amateurs ville hun

the new writers sucked

by Anonymousreply 13308/30/2020

There will be a Season 8:

"Intrepid British detective Endeavour Morse may have just returned to our screens for the seventh season of beloved British crime drama Endeavour but for fans who are still hungry for more mystery, there's good news: the show, inspired by the novels of Colin Dexter—has been officially renewed for an eighth season."

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after this season, my hunger is no mo

by Anonymousreply 13609/01/2020

I found the Italian couple storyline to be very soap opera-ish. I also found it bizarre that such an intelligent man as Endeavour fell for that fake plastic Italian femme fatale. Sure, he was horny, but c'mon.

by Anonymousreply 13709/01/2020

R137, The story line was intended to be opera. I get what they were trying to do, but the result was far too twee. Also, the operatic story line was jarringly inconsistent with the tone of the series.

by Anonymousreply 13809/02/2020

R137 - It was not the best season of the Endeavour series but compared to other TV shows I think it was very much above average.

by Anonymousreply 13909/02/2020

I liked this season more than most. The opera was silly, and very, very [italic]deus[/italic] , but I like looking at that part of Morse's character.

Plus Venice.

by Anonymousreply 14009/02/2020

R140 - Did not mean to imply I did not like Season 7. I loved it. I was just comparing Season 7 to previous seasons.

by Anonymousreply 14109/02/2020

I was just comparing it to other seasons, too, r141. I have mostly enjoyed Endeavour, though I do get bogged down sometimes in the mystery part of an episode. This did not happen as frequently this season.


by Anonymousreply 14209/02/2020

I thought the best "mystery" episode was last season when a young girl turned up dead and it ended up she was ran over by a car of an owner of a horse farm driven by his wife. That was a really good episode IMPO.

by Anonymousreply 14309/02/2020

A bit OT, but anyone watching 'DELICIOUS' on PBS? The series is with Iain Glen, Dawn French and Emelia Fox. One night, it was listed OnDemand at the PBS channel, then, when I went to watch the episode I missed before the last one, the entire OnDemand listing was gone. Where I live this show is aired Fridays on PBS. ENDEAVOUR is still listed in the OnDemand line-up, but not DELICIOUS.

by Anonymousreply 14409/02/2020

I haven’t heard of that r144 but my local station has been very weird this summer. It randomly started airing the finales of the Great British Baking Show. Not full seasons, just the finales. It’s also been showing European police detectives series—Swedish, Belgian, Italian— but it ended the Italian one at the beginning of a new season.

by Anonymousreply 14509/03/2020

R145, DELICIOUS is pretty good, a comedy/drama, with lots of twists. BBCAmerica has also been airing some AMC and PBS series, so I have no idea what's going on with that.

Yes, I also noticed the foreign police shows, I tried to get into them, but you cannot turn away for a second because you need to read the subtitles. That's why I stopped watching the Italian series on HBO, the show about the two Italian friends. I speak and understand some Italian, but I'm not completely fluent. It just became a major chore trying to watch it.

I did enjoy The Tunnel, despite so much of the dialog being in French.

by Anonymousreply 14609/03/2020

they put no energy into this season

scripts were mickey mouse compared to previous seasons

by Anonymousreply 14709/03/2020

Watched season one episode one, again....alwys have to masturbate to the hot son of the shopkeeper, he in white shirt with ciggy in mouth: hot lad...i dream of suckin out his ass lips

by Anonymousreply 14809/04/2020

In season 2, loving it. Stands on its own. Hard connecting this Morse to the later Morse except for the brooding, alcohol consumption and problems with women. The solutions of the crimes are convoluted. Like Agatha Christey parodies but I take that is intentional and a bit camp and enjoy them for that reason. Hathaway in Lewis is meant to be the Morse type and young Morse is much like Hathaway. While Thursday is much like Lewis. Thursday says, in an aside, that his grandmother was from the north of England. Lewis is a Geordie. The crestors of Endeavor might be saying that's one reason Morse is so fond of Lewis as he reminds him of his mentor.

by Anonymousreply 14909/04/2020

[quote]hot son of the shopkeeper,

Who? Link please. There was not one remotely "hot' person in this series. Even the Italian femme fatale was not much to look at. Shaun Evans would be much more attractive if he wasn't so thin, he's not ugly, but he's sickly looking.

These days, the bar for what passes as "hot" is always so damn low.

by Anonymousreply 15009/04/2020

yea, young morse such a tee totaling bore, older morse was big drinker and skirt lover...

by Anonymousreply 15109/05/2020

R151 He drinks quite a bit in the pilot, then goes dry for a few seasons, then drinks again throughout the rest of the series.

by Anonymousreply 15209/05/2020

NEVER seen young morse remotely drunk, he needs 2 be, liven him up a bit

by Anonymousreply 15309/06/2020

He got drunk in the pilot. Thursday pinned a note on his suit (while passed out on his bed) saying he had to report in at 8 a.m. in the morning.

by Anonymousreply 15409/06/2020

The main skill evidenced by Shaun Evans is his adopting an Oxford accent. In interviews he speaks with his natural Liverpool one!

by Anonymousreply 15509/07/2020

only 3 episodes in this season 7??? the third was announced as the finale.....odd....other seasons had twice as tht many or more.

nice to see him smoke a cig for a sec in this one, butches the lad up a bit..

by Anonymousreply 15609/07/2020

That 3rd episode is ridiculous writing.....but ah venice....the smell of it

by Anonymousreply 15709/07/2020

R155 - Shaun Evans may have been raised in Liverpool but his immediate family is from Ireland.

by Anonymousreply 15809/08/2020

R158, You know, I actually thought his accent is Irish, but then figured I was wrong because of Google!

by Anonymousreply 15909/08/2020

[quote] A bit OT, but anyone watching 'DELICIOUS' on PBS?

Tried, but it was just too awful. Very much like the lottery winners series. Short term soaps as opposed to East Enders-length soaps. Can’t sit through ‘em. Characters & plots are too predictable.

by Anonymousreply 16009/09/2020

is this 3rd episode the final one of the season?

by Anonymousreply 16109/09/2020

Yes, r161. That was it.

by Anonymousreply 16209/09/2020

So the flat in Venice turned out to be the flat of Violetta’s friend who happened to be in England and was murdered on the towpath by a sadistic psychopath, but Morse managed to link her to Violetta & Ludo and a life insurance murder ring?

by Anonymousreply 16309/09/2020

Was there an homage to Silence of the Lambs in this episode? Strange happened to be investigating a different case & unexpectedly found a sadistic psychopathic killer living in the house of a recently deceased person and heard something while looking at a business card in the kitchen.

In SoL, Clarice is investigating Fredericka Bimmel’s murder & finds a psychopathic killer living in the house of a recently deceased person and sees something when the killer is in the kitchen going though business cards.

by Anonymousreply 16409/09/2020

[quote] He started out as a hardass, but as the show has gone through its seasons you see that bright is essentially a deeply kind man underneath his crustiness, and though he can be silly sometimes (and he's not as smart as Morse or thursday) and also can be hurt, he's surprisingly resilient.

I think his role/character was expanded in this series because he was in Game of Thrones. He is a reliably well known actor in the UK but wasn’t known much in the US until he played Maester Qyburn in GoT. I think that got the attention of channel surfers in the US (“hey...that’s evil old Qyburn playing a cop! What show is this?”) and regular Masterpiece Mystery watchers, so they expanded his character & made him more noble in order to sho what a versatile actor he is.

by Anonymousreply 16509/09/2020

Anyone else catch the reference to Cousin Kevin? From The Who’s “Tommy”?

We’re on our own, cousin.

All alone, cousin.

Let’s think of a game to play

Now the grownups have all gone away

You won’t be much fun being blind, deaf & dumb but I’ve no one to play with today.

Do you know how to play hide & seek? To find me it will take you a week.

But tied to that chair you won’t go anywhere

There’s a lot I can do with a freak

How would you feel if I turned on the bath

Ducked your head under and started to laugh?

What would you do if I shut you outside

To stand in the rain and catch cold til you died? .

by Anonymousreply 16609/09/2020

No. What was the episode's allusion? Because if it was simply the word "cousin".....

by Anonymousreply 16709/09/2020

Fucked up season, went off the rails, in a boring way......earlier seasons had such delightful thick plots, not this one, . weak

by Anonymousreply 16809/09/2020

[quote]Tried, but it was just too awful. Very much like the lottery winners series. Short term soaps as opposed to East Enders-length soaps. Can’t sit through ‘em. Characters & plots are too predictable.

I like the main performers, so I'm sticking with it. I agree, it's been predictable, especially the plot with Emila Fox's new BF ending up in bed with some guest at the old woman's party. I saw that coming a mile away. Emila Fox was good in "Slient Witiness", that series was on for one season on BBC America, it never returned. Think Emila is the only remaining original character on that show, the others are gone.

BBC America was so good when it first came on, now its endless repeats of Star Trek and nature shows. Which are fine, if you missed them, but they are endlessly repeated.

"Line of Duty", which has been on AMC, is an excellent cop/detective series. You don't know who the good or bad guys are, it really keeps you guessing, there are so many twists and turns. Keeley Hawes was excellent in it. This series featured some of her best dramatic acting. Currently, I think there are three or four seasons of the series OnDemand on AMC.

by Anonymousreply 16909/09/2020

[quote] Because if it was simply the word "cousin".....

Umm, no it’s not. Johnny was the bad boy who tormented animals & his sister. But almost as an afterthought Endeavor adds “But there was a nasty Cousin Kevin who was even worse...”

No reason to add Cousin Kevin to the mix except as a shout out. The show often references 60s & 70s pop music. She’s Leaving Home (Joan Thursday), Good News candies (Creme Tangerine, Ginger Sling, Pineapple Tart, Coffee Dessert, Savoy Truffle).

They also reference 60s UK & sometimes US movies, tv & literature/events as well. David Nixon, Dont Look Now, Talented Mr Ripley. an idyllic village called "Chigton Green". This name runs together the titles of three animated TV programs for children which were popular on British television in the 1960s: Chigley (1969), Trumpton (1967), and Camberwick Green. We see a Thunderbirds-type kiddy show.

The names of famous science fiction writers are used liberally throughout the series

by Anonymousreply 17009/09/2020

a few seasons had 6 episodes, many had 5....a few had 4

this had lazy acors?

by Anonymousreply 17109/10/2020

R170, Um, I was only asking.

BTW, we did the whole "Chigton Green and Wikipedia" thing a while ago.

Not every TV show set in Venice references every movie set in Venice. (OTOH, there was "Death in Venice".....)

And SOR-REE if American viewers in 2020 don't catch all the 1960s British entertainment allusions! Personally, I'm waiting for Endeavour to say "Gear!" And "Fab!" And for Joan to sport some Mary Quant! *sarcasm*

by Anonymousreply 17209/10/2020

"I think there are three or four seasons of the series OnDemand on AMC"

R169 - Line of Duty is also available on AcornTV.

by Anonymousreply 17309/10/2020

[quote]Line of Duty is also available on AcornTV.

I guess Acorn has all the Brit series mentioned here, on one channel? I don't get the point of subscribing to Acorn when you can find most of these Brit series airing on basic cable channels. I have Spectrum, Acorn is considered a premium channel.

by Anonymousreply 17409/10/2020

There are a lot of similarities between series 7 endeavor & Don’t Look Now, R172 & I’m not the only one who thinks so.

“Cinematic references to Don’t Look Now abound, and not just in the use of Venice as a location. The supernatural element is conveyed with a frisson of genuine horror worthy of M. R. James”

There’s a female clairvoyant warning people of danger & murder.

There’s a serial killer on the loose

Accidental deaths & murders takes place near canals (in Venice and Oxford).

A man is murdered by having his throat cut

The color red is associated with female characters & death in both dramas. In Dont Look Now, it’s the red cape of a female child/dwarf. The child dies in her red cape, the dwarf murders in her red cape. In Endeavor, red the color of Violetta’s bedding, curtains, doorway of her apartment, much of her wardrobe & of the opera house.

Also, there are echoes of Dario Argento’s Deep Red in the series.

Kind of a mishmash, like this 7th series itself.

by Anonymousreply 17509/10/2020

That Ludo sure was a genius to pick out all those people to murder in towns that spelled out his name ...managing to get all of them to sell their insurance policies to him .... joining a fundamentalist brotherhood of prayer warriors in order to convince Mrs Bright to sell him her policy so she could go to America for treatment .... How could he know she would survive long enough so he could electrocute her at Christmas?

Why did he need two idiot policemen? That was a bit chancey, don’t you think? He already had Mrs Bright in his power. Bright was a better idiot policeman. He never suspected. Morse, on the other hand, was smart enough to figure out the insurance scheme while Bright refused to believe it when presented with evidence.

Lots of cats, rats & birds....

by Anonymousreply 17609/10/2020

R169 I watched seasons 1-5 of "Line of Duty" on Amazon. The current season is only available on Acorn.

by Anonymousreply 17709/10/2020

Endeavor isn’t on Britbox

by Anonymousreply 17809/11/2020

R178 - See link for Britbox US

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R178 - Tried to post the Link for Endeavor on Britbox US and was not successful. I guess Muriel does not like Btitbox US.

by Anonymousreply 18009/11/2020

I HAVE Britbox USA. Endeavor is not on it.

by Anonymousreply 18109/11/2020

R181 - Sorry I just went to Britbox US online and found it.

I know I have it at home some it be on Amazon Prime. I know it is NOT on AcornTV or Netflix.

by Anonymousreply 18209/11/2020

I have Britbox. "Endeavour" is not on it. It is on PBS Masterpiece and Amazon.

by Anonymousreply 18309/11/2020

[quote]Personally, I'm waiting for Endeavour to say "Gear!" And "Fab!" And for Joan to sport some Mary Quant! *sarcasm*

I just finished watching s5/ep3 and thought you might be tickled to know there actually was a Mary Quant reference!

by Anonymousreply 18409/12/2020

R184, I just re-watched, and right you are! Haha!

It's about an hour in, when the boutique owner is being questioned at the police station. He's asked where he's worked and mentions "Mary Quant"!

Good catch of a quick moment!

by Anonymousreply 18509/13/2020

[quote] Sorry I just went to Britbox US online and found it

No you didn’t

I wish there were more episodes. I can’t deal with the subtitled Masterpiece Mysteries. I can’t sit for that long & read. I have things to do - make dinner, clean up, pee, immediately flush solid bits from cat litter, let dog out, let dog in, get texts, get weather alerts, catch spider & put it outside, negotiate with cat how long until next treat/feeding, break up cat/dog disagreement, get distracted by neighbors making too much noise near my property while I’m trying to watch tv, pee again. These shows are too long with no intermission.

by Anonymousreply 18609/13/2020

Stephanie Leonidas is in one episode of the new Masterpiece mystery series 'Van Der Valk". I recognized her immediately. Thankfully, she's using her real accent, no fake Italian femme fatale voice.

by Anonymousreply 18709/13/2020

R186 - I went to Britbox website and selected "shows". Endeavour was listed. I am sorry if I caused anyone any trouble.

by Anonymousreply 18809/14/2020

R188, How stupid ARE you?!

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by Anonymousreply 18909/14/2020

Any favourite episodes? Mine is from season 5, episode 3 Passenger. I knew from the beginning something was amiss. A very satisfying episode.

The first episode I ever watched was from season 2, episode 3 Sway. "Le minou noir" (that was fun!)... I thought the actress playing Luisa, Thursday's former "comrade" in Italy, was excellent. The actress is French, incidentally, Cécile Paoli - although she plays Italian very convingly. She's not well-known in France. And she does Julianne Moore's voice! In the French dubbed versions: Big Lebowski, The Hours... Seriously.

I thought the pilot was excellent.

My favourite season is season five, by a mile.

by Anonymousreply 190Last Tuesday at 2:39 AM

My favorite episode, not for the “mystery” part because the explanation was very bad, but for the ambience was the Gatsby-esque one, the mysterious wealthy guy with the mansion and the parties. It was the season opener after a very traumatic previous season finale and Morse was living in a kind of semi derelict cottage in the woods. All the acting was fantastic.

by Anonymousreply 191Last Tuesday at 3:55 AM

R191 I loved that episode too! The atmosphere, and even the character "Bixby"... Opener for season 3. Might be my second favourite.

by Anonymousreply 192Last Tuesday at 4:16 AM

Most stories are extremely convoluted though. I love the art direction and the music.

by Anonymousreply 193Last Tuesday at 4:17 AM

I have just finished season 6, where Morse went undercover, was dumped by his girllfriend, Thursday lost his life savings, George died, and the station closed. I love stories like this and couldn't love anybody more than Mr. Evans at the moment.

by Anonymousreply 194Last Tuesday at 4:37 AM

^^I am bingeing on Prime.

by Anonymousreply 195Last Tuesday at 4:38 AM

The whole arc with the station closing (starting in season 5?) is very good.

Thursday being placed in that untenable position with his brother, and ending up losing his and his wife's lifesavings... I thought that was a particularly poignant situation, and very relatable.

No doubt about it, season 5 is my favourite.

I can't watch season 6 because Morse sports a moustache.

by Anonymousreply 196Last Tuesday at 4:44 AM

Very different, but I've been watching the 4-episode miniseries Fleming, with Dominic Cooper. Very enjoyable. With Anna Chancellor!

by Anonymousreply 197Last Tuesday at 4:45 AM

R194, very dark in that episode. A real turn toward darkness and loss.

by Anonymousreply 198Last Tuesday at 4:52 AM

My issue with George Fancy is that his death drove a lot of motivation for the next two seasons and he had barely been on the show before he was killed off. I could never remember what he looked like or anything he did that was noteworthy. DS Jakes, now I remember him. He was openly antagonistic to Morse and I couldn’t tell if he was bent. Then he had that bizarre send off where he became engaged to the daughter of a wealthy rancher and moved to Canada? the US? to be a cowboy. Him, I remember.

by Anonymousreply 199Last Tuesday at 4:54 AM

Both Jakes and Fancy were hawt skinny boys. Hawter than Morse.

by Anonymousreply 200Last Tuesday at 4:57 AM

I remember both, actually. I thought Fancy was pretty well-made as a character, always putting his foot in his mouth and being told off by Morse, who then ended up himself berated by Thursday for not giving "the young chap a chance" (not a direct quote). I enjoyed Fancy's pretty looks, and his youthful enthusiasm (coupled with real inefficiency/incompetence, typical of inexperience). He was starting to get there, precisely when he was killed. Starting to do things right.

I didn't like Jakes. Leave my boy Morse alone!

by Anonymousreply 201Last Tuesday at 4:59 AM

The actor playing George Fancy had a very pretty face. Lewis Peek, if he ever shows up in anything else.

by Anonymousreply 202Last Tuesday at 5:01 AM

We are given the backstory about Jakes to make him more sympathetic, childhood physical and sexual abuse. He grows more friendly toward Morse as time goes on.

by Anonymousreply 203Last Tuesday at 5:07 AM

He does, but still. I never knew that backstory, must have missed that episode.

by Anonymousreply 204Last Tuesday at 5:09 AM

Was Jakes one of the orphans in that town councilor pedo plot that ended up with Thursday getting shot? That was the most tense episode. I really was afraid they were killing Thursday off.

by Anonymousreply 205Last Tuesday at 5:24 AM

Any episode featuring the Sheldonian is fine by me.

by Anonymousreply 206Last Tuesday at 5:40 AM

On the trail of Endeavour's Oxford:

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by Anonymousreply 207Last Tuesday at 5:45 AM

Yes, Jake was one of the orphans, the youngest. "Little Pete."

by Anonymousreply 208Last Tuesday at 5:48 AM

Right, thanks r208.

by Anonymousreply 209Last Tuesday at 6:51 AM

I’m a lunger

by Anonymousreply 210Last Tuesday at 8:57 AM

We're City Men.

by Anonymousreply 211Last Tuesday at 5:44 PM

I have no idea why Morse is obsessed with my bug-eyed self.

by Anonymousreply 212Last Wednesday at 6:58 AM

Is there any more explanation into the circumstances of Thursday's brother losing the life savings? I'd like to see sweet Thursday get a little retribution and recompense.

by Anonymousreply 213Last Wednesday at 5:55 PM

That was a real left-field story arc, Thursday’s brother. One look at him told you he was a spiv, yet Thursday knew him his whole life but never noticed?

by Anonymousreply 214Last Wednesday at 6:28 PM

I've not watched every episode with rapt attention--so forgive if I missed the obvious. I thought Thursday had some terminal disease and he was resigned to it?

by Anonymousreply 215Last Thursday at 7:40 AM

R213 Isn't it something like the brother bet money on a scheme, or "invested" as the word goes? Something like that.

by Anonymousreply 216Last Thursday at 7:49 AM

Thursday had shrapnel in his lung. There's a scene where he coughs it up.

by Anonymousreply 217Last Thursday at 8:30 AM

It was a bullet. Don’t know why Thursday didn’t have an X-ray showing the metal in his lung.

by Anonymousreply 218Last Thursday at 9:03 AM

Thanks...definitely missed the scene where he coughed up a bullet...

by Anonymousreply 219Last Thursday at 9:54 AM

He coughed it into the sink in the washroom at work

by Anonymousreply 220Last Thursday at 10:01 AM

R220 - It was a great episode ending scene.

by Anonymousreply 221Last Thursday at 11:32 AM
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