Who knew the end of the world would be this confusing?
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TheWrap has rounded up our biggest questions after watching the first nine episodes of Season 8 below. We got three episodes in the present to start the season, and the past six have all been flashbacks. So way back in the fourth episode, when the flashback portion of the season got underway, there was a title card that declared we were watching events three years before the apocalypse.
When Mutt and Jeff were recruiting Venable to be the leader of Outpost 3, Mutt said it would be a year or two before it happened.
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But is there enough time for Cordelia, Mallory, Madison and Myrtle to put together a long game? The obvious solution to this whole thing is that Mallory will go back in time and prevent the apocalypse from ever happening — and also, consequently, save those witches that Michael and Mead murdered this week.
And so there has to be some other element to this, some other thing that Mallory is going to have to do. Presumably, as they will try out her time travel ability every once in a while to see if her brain has developed the capacity to do what needs to be done — would they just have her keep trying to save Anastasia Romanov or would they try other things? And speaking of that — why were they trying to save Anastasia in the first place? Myrtle explains Anastasia was one of them — a witch — but is there a bigger reason for this attempted save other than just seeing if Mallory could do it?
They had to be picking a specific event that if Mallory changed would transform the world for the better, right? Otherwise why risk the negative effects it would have if she pulled it off? So why Anastasia? Dinah has a very mercenary attitude, happy to take money from pretty much anybody. So, does Cordelia know that Dinah helped Michael murder all her girls? If so, did Dinah do something to atone for that? Could they have pulled a similar infiltration scheme to whatever Coco, Mallory and Dinah did to get into Outpost 3?
Among the residents of the outpost were a pair of teenagers, Timothy and Emily, who were basically kidnapped and brought there, allegedly because of their family history or good genes or whatever. And then they died along with everybody else when they ate the poison apples in the third episode. And there has been absolutely no mention of them since.
There must me some kind of twist with those two, right?
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Focussing on the politics at the top of a typical English police force in its continual battle to solve the problems the times, in this case the fictional Eastland of East Anglia. Father Jacob Myers, a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, played by Martin Shaw, examines evidence of miracles to be used in canonisation but also performs exorcisms. As he learns, Jacob's Frustrated with his career, Commander Dalgliesh is invited to Toynton Grange, a home for the disabled, by his old teacher, Father Baddeley, who is resident there. But unbeknown to Dalgliesh Sir Paul Berowne - a prominent Government Minister - turns to his old friend Adam Dalgleish following a series of threatening letters delivered to his London home.
The minister's wife is in The lease on the Dupayne Museum is almost up and under the terms of their father's will, all three of the Dupayne children must agree to continue or the museum is to close. Neville Dupayne is dead set against continuing the museum when the money could be used for a much better purpose. One of the museum's key attractions is the Murder Room, displaying information on a series of notorious murders from between the two World Wars.
When Neville dies in a way reminiscent of one of the murders on display in the Murder Room, Commander Adam Dalgleish is asked to investigate. There are any number of suspects: his siblings, several museum employees who will lose their job, his secretary with whom he once had an affair and his daughter who felt he was an absentee father.
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As always, P D James has written a very good and intriguing story. The adaptation is faithful to the book: nothing much is added or taken out. However maybe the explanation of the murderer's motives was glossed over a little. Martin Shaw's portrayal is arguably less faithful to the character as P D James writes it, but portrays him as a more human, likable character. I always found Roy Marsden's portrayal and his description in P D James's books to be stern, humourless, aloof, distant and with no likable qualities or little human failings that I could identify with.
I liked the subplot about his girlfriend. It showed his vulnerability and his awkwardness with women; the letter that he wrote to her at the end I won't spoil it by mentioning the subject was very moving. I agree that characters of Dalgliesh's two inspectors weren't really developed properly they aren't in the book either.
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One of the slight failings of the Dalgliesh books and TV series are that the relationship between Dalgliesh and his sidekicks isn't strong enough that they can confide in each other, in the way that Morse and Lewis or Wexford and Burden do. The acid test of a "good" TV detective, aside from their deductive qualities, is whether you like them as a person and could imagine yourself discussing a case with them over a pint.
With Morse, Frost or Wexford, this is easy to imagine; with Dalgliesh, especially as portrayed by Roy Marsden, I suspect that the conversation would be a bit tense and there would be lots of long silences! At least it is easier to imagine having a drink and a chat with Martin Shaw's version of Dalgliesh. Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video. Start your free trial.
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That seems unlikely in the extreme. Why choose Tate, 70 years after the house was built? Not sure where I heard it, or even if it's true, but I heard somewhere that wen Charles brought Thaddeus back to life, it made a rift in the "fabric of reality" that prevents all the others from leaving. I have not heretofore heard that one. You'd think that'd be something that Production would make more clear. No, he didn't. If the yard is part of the property, so is the trash can. That gate is just easier to lean against.
I'd guess the boundary of the house, or at least its power, can be worked out from where Constance dragged Addie's body after the accident. Good lord, it's times like this that I have to wonder about the amount of logic and reason I put into fictional worlds. Yes, this idea was adressed when Addy died and Constance tried to drag her body to the property Murder House stands on and then again while Larry and Moira are incompasitating Joe Escandarian, Constance says "Please remember to take him off the property before killing him, I don't want to see his sorry carcass around here.
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