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 THE TV SHOW THREAD - *** NO SPOILERS *** 
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Watching 'Agenda For Murder', currently paused so I can moan about Noppert. Patrick McGoohan is back.

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Rogg wrote:
Watching 'Agenda For Murder', currently paused so I can moan about Noppert. Patrick McGoohan is back.


If that is the one I think, it has the most Ludicrous of all endings.


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Randall wrote:
Rogg wrote:
Watching 'Agenda For Murder', currently paused so I can moan about Noppert. Patrick McGoohan is back.


If that is the one I think, it has the most Ludicrous of all endings.

Teeth marks on the cheese at the murder scene matching the teeth marks on his chewing gum?

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Rogg wrote:
Randall wrote:
Rogg wrote:
Watching 'Agenda For Murder', currently paused so I can moan about Noppert. Patrick McGoohan is back.


If that is the one I think, it has the most Ludicrous of all endings.

Teeth marks on the cheese at the murder scene matching the teeth marks on his chewing gum?


Not the one I was thinking of then!


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Randall wrote:
Not the one I was thinking of then!

'Rest in Peace, Mrs Columbo'

All rather sad. Surprised it took them so long to put this twist on the formula. That final scene in the kitchen where he's playing ill was my only Columbo memory, from years back. Great to see it again and in context.

Cow was setting up an alibi and that, nabbed his credit card - why did it make no sense that the victim himself would have gone all the way down to a cashpoint at 9pm to take out £200?

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Rogg wrote:
Randall wrote:
Not the one I was thinking of then!

'Rest in Peace, Mrs Columbo'

All rather sad. Surprised it took them so long to put this twist on the formula. That final scene in the kitchen where he's playing ill was my only Columbo memory, from years back. Great to see it again and in context.

Cow was setting up an alibi and that, nabbed his credit card - why did it make no sense that the victim himself would have gone all the way down to a cashpoint at 9pm to take out £200?


Struggling to remember specifics to be honest?
Just remember I liked it.


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Randall wrote:
Rogg wrote:
Randall wrote:
Not the one I was thinking of then!

'Rest in Peace, Mrs Columbo'

All rather sad. Surprised it took them so long to put this twist on the formula. That final scene in the kitchen where he's playing ill was my only Columbo memory, from years back. Great to see it again and in context.

Cow was setting up an alibi and that, nabbed his credit card - why did it make no sense that the victim himself would have gone all the way down to a cashpoint at 9pm to take out £200?


Struggling to remember specifics to be honest?
Just remember I liked it.

He had a betting receipt in his jacket pocket, showing he'd collected a huge pile of winnings earlier that day. That murder isn't particularly memorable anyway, it's all about the other stuff.
It is a very good ep. The idea that Mrs C has been murdered is not nice.

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Rogg wrote:
Randall wrote:
Rogg wrote:
Randall wrote:
Not the one I was thinking of then!

'Rest in Peace, Mrs Columbo'

All rather sad. Surprised it took them so long to put this twist on the formula. That final scene in the kitchen where he's playing ill was my only Columbo memory, from years back. Great to see it again and in context.

Cow was setting up an alibi and that, nabbed his credit card - why did it make no sense that the victim himself would have gone all the way down to a cashpoint at 9pm to take out £200?


Struggling to remember specifics to be honest?
Just remember I liked it.

He had a betting receipt in his jacket pocket, showing he'd collected a huge pile of winnings earlier that day. That murder isn't particularly memorable anyway, it's all about the other stuff.
It is a very good ep. The idea that Mrs C has been murdered is not nice.


Ah yes.
Falk played it very well.


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Finished season one of designated survivor to read its been cancelled after the second season.


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Randall wrote:
Finished season one of designated survivor to read its been cancelled after the second season.


Thats a shame was a good series still watching series 2 on netflix.

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Jock Mccallum wrote:
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Finished season one of designated survivor to read its been cancelled after the second season.


Thats a shame was a good series still watching series 2 on netflix.


Afternoon jock, yes, I enjoyed it, just a bit slow.


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Just starting the harlan coben series safe on netflix.


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Just starting the harlan coben series safe on netflix.


Thought it was very good.
Didn't see the end coming.


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Anyone with Sky Box Sets download Red Riding, is superb

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Anyone with Sky Box Sets download Red Riding, is superb


Never heard of it,what's it about?


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Randall wrote:
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Anyone with Sky Box Sets download Red Riding, is superb


Never heard of it,what's it about?


Randy hoping for horses.....


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D & B wrote:
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Anyone with Sky Box Sets download Red Riding, is superb


Never heard of it,what's it about?


Randy hoping for horses.....


:mrgreen:


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Sex, violence, corruption. The normal day to day stuff

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Will have a look


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The Brittas Empire :)

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