it really is so bad. Just hash a look through his TV work, and there doesn’t seem to be anything of note in there.
Makes sense. If so they just made the wrong call because there definitely wasn’t too much vital material to trim it to 90 mins.Apparently it was meant to be a 90m finale but had so much filmed that they split it in 2. That seems to be why it was such a non event. Having such a low key ending looks worse in a low key episode
Imagine if the last two episodes were actually put together, breaking the record of the number of 'No comment' responses in one TV sitting.Apparently it was meant to be a 90m finale but had so much filmed that they split it in 2. That seems to be why it was such a non event. Having such a low key ending looks worse in a low key episode
I thought it might’ve been him when they were building it up. Never, ever did I imagine as mundane a reveal as Buckles.I think ‘H’ ended up being Line of Duty’s equivalent of the White Walkers in Game of Thrones.
This overarching omnipotent threat that always distracted from what actually made the show good and required a conclusion that would inevitably disappoint or make no sense.
Having said that, this tweet would’ve made for an infinitely better twist than the 6 seasons of edging we got to get blue balls with bucking Buckles...
The whole thing around that word was stupid as feck. He’s obviously watched Mindhunter and wanted to bring some of that into it but instead of using any sort of complex profiling of his overall syntax and lexicon, they honed in on a single word.No one, absolutely no one over years told him how to spell ‘definitely’? A senior police officer? Not even spell check?
To be fair I think this was a nod to the fact that Hastings knew how to imitate H all along, which is one of the questions that him writing it like that raised when he was a suspect.Also when they had Hastings as a red herring for H he was shown to spell definitely wrong. Suddenly in this episode he’s like “Check out the spelling of definitely”.