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Enjoyed it but the ending was mad. Won’t ruin it for anyone who hasn’t seen it so won’t discuss storyline but the lack of cars and pedestrians , In central London , in the middle of the fucking day was badly planned. 

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On 1/4/2019 at 8:59 AM, Stickman said:

Have to say I thought it was fucking dreadful I binned it five minutes into the second episode when that Ruth Wilson turned into some sort of Bond character when she beat the shit out of those blokes.

But I was on my way to spewing it with that annoying 1960's type caricature of a cockney gangster .

I know it's meant to be far fetched but there's far fetched and just crap.

 

British drama hasn't half gone downhill when you consider the stuff that comes from the States and even the Scandinavian stuff is better than ours.

Out of curiosity, mate, what BBC dramas of the past do you think were better than Luther?

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Enjoyed it but the ending was mad. Won’t ruin it for anyone who hasn’t seen it so won’t discuss storyline but the lack of cars and pedestrians , In central London , in the middle of the fucking day was badly planned. 

 

Yeah, including the building site with nobody working on it or closed due to being unattended. 

 

What was the other drama with the fella with a bomb strapped to his body in the park? 

 

Where there was literally only him and a few police in the entire scene with the odd singular people coming back from Tesco in the background. 

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I love the earlier seasons, but this last series was beyond ludicrous.  Should have ended it really, as it's gone down the route of line of duty in its absurdity.  Shame really.

 

Season, you are thinking about The Bodyguard.

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21 minutes ago, Seasons said:

 

Yeah, including the building site with nobody working on it or closed due to being unattended. 

 

What was the other drama with the fella with a bomb strapped to his body in the park? 

 

Where there was literally only him and a few police in the entire scene with the odd singular people coming back from Tesco in the background. 

At 3am on a fucking Monday morning you'd have cars and people going by in Central London. That end scene from when they get to the slaughter house to the walk to the building site etc not a single car goes past or any cunt walking past. 

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

At 3am on a fucking Monday morning you'd have cars and people going by in Central London. That end scene from when they get to the slaughter house to the walk to the building site etc not a single car goes past or any cunt walking past. 

The brasser knocked on the door in the dark and they arrived in the bright so I thought it was set around 430am which explains the lack of people. I'd love to know who delivers pizzas at that hour though?

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7 minutes ago, Paulie Dangerously said:

Love the utter twisted nature of the villains over the 5 series. I really enjoyed it and the ending. I have a hard spot for crazy Alice

 

Alice would be an amazing danger fuck. 

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