Limbo (IL 6/1) ***spoilers***

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22 Jun 2007 19:51 #1109381718 by Fantines
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Ok now I am really going insane :P I've been searching on the net and found more clips for IL6. maybe if I stick them all together I will able to watch an episode. But I did work out that since the bbc are starting to show IL5 from the 29 June then maybe they will show IL6 for the following 2 weeks. Here's hoping:)

My friend just told me it's not called insanity I'm just sad and need to get out more often.

Post edited by: Fantines, at: 2007/06/22 21:54

"We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend" -- Robert Lewis Stevenson

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22 Jun 2007 20:14 #1109381719 by inspector
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Hi,

be sure you are not insane or some of us are insane too! ;)

Why you don't tell us were you have found more clips!?!? :woohoo: I shall be happy to see them. :laugh: :) :laugh:

In Germany we don't know when we can see the new EPs. Perhaps next year in spring like the years before. :unsure: :evil: :evil:

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22 Jun 2007 20:24 #1109381720 by Fantines
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Hi found them on www.torrentsforall.net but my son informs me that you nees a torrent to watch them. whatever one of those is. I don't know how to get a web site to link sorry.

Just realise it automatically links, I do wonder if I'm safe with a PC.

Post edited by: Fantines, at: 2007/06/22 22:26

See what I mean had toedit again.

Post edited by: Fantines, at: 2007/06/22 22:49

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22 Jun 2007 21:06 #1109381721 by inspector
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Thank you for your answer.:)
I think it is too tricky for me. :evil: So I have to wait...:dry: Wonderful to have a son who can help. My daughter doesn't know such things I suppose.

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22 Jun 2007 21:16 #1109381722 by Fantines
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Hi Inspector

Good things come to those who wait
that'a what I keep telling myself/

Take care

"We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend" -- Robert Lewis Stevenson

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27 Jun 2007 16:42 #1109381760 by sweetlittlepixie
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Strange to think that this episode was written by the same guy who wrote the brilliant IL6/2 aka Know Thine Enemy, because I thought this one was just awful - I watched it through twice and felt no differently second time around...

As he always does, Nat gave us some fabulous facial expressions and he did his absolute best with what he was given. But what he was given was an attempt at a tough plot that just didn't work.

It had too many handy co-incidences and character connections, and it was just all too earnest and fake. But oh look, Tommy arrested, again... sorry but we've been there and done that. I just didn't buy the whole thing, I'm afraid.

I thought the dialogue was generally weak and decidedly naff, with sound bites/quotes that were embarrassing, frankly... as in young child to his loser of a father,

"Dad. What's this long trip? Are you trying to tell me something?" *clunk*

Or said father trying to be poetical,

"..the darkness spread like a stain." Oh puhleease...

I once heard someone say (now who can that be..?) that stereotypes were stereotypes for a reason.... well they were certainly liberally sprinkled throughout and ranged from good cop, bent cop, to lawyer with a dark secret, followed by disappointed rich man drowning his sorrows in drink.

And I think the BBC must have blown the wardrobe budget on the Rome shoot, because the annoying Julia travelled with her silly beret from her workplace in said city, all the way to an evening out with Tommy in London. But then he never seemed to take off the same leather jacket in every location in which he found himself either..!

I'm sorry but I shall have to disagree with you over Samantha Bond's performance, webmistress, :pinch: Having seen her in the theatre doing Oscar Wilde I have a very high opinion of her, but this was so OTT.

And who the heck was the creeping, slinking Det Supt Tate anyway?? A catwalk model?? Oh I forgot, she was another stereotype... :evil:

It's a great pity that, because of the sensitivity of the unresolved situation with the abduction of Maddie McCann still fresh in the mind's of a British audience, this episode may well not be shown here in the immediate future.

A great pity that is, not for *this* awful offering, but because there's a cracking second episode of this series waiting in the wings, that is like a breath of fresh air and really ought to secure Nat further episodes...

Pixie and her twopennyworth! :whistle:

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