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Ashes to ashes

Gene is God?

Keats is the devil?

Or am I a mile out?

And WTF going on in Lost, Widmore dead and we're none the wiser what he's all about unsure.gif last episode ever on 5am Monday, little did I know 6 years ago I would need to take a days annual leave to find out what the polar bears were all about laugh.gif

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Yes, Keats was the devil. That's what I reckoned, and Gene Hunt has become a sort of St Peter, guiding souls toward heaven.

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Yes, Keats was the devil. That's what I reckoned, and Gene Hunt has become a sort of St Peter, guiding souls toward heaven.

No, the pub barman is St Peter. Gene's fantasy is also purgatory, he redeems them like a sort of celestial therapist and saves them from "Keats". The redemption theme has been pretty strong in this series. I thought the treatment of Alex Drake was refreshingly blunt and final. A truly British vision of a joyous eternity though  ;)

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No, the pub barman is St Peter. Gene's fantasy is also purgatory, he redeems them like a sort of celestial therapist and saves them from "Keats". The redemption theme has been pretty strong in this series. I thought the treatment of Alex Drake was refreshingly blunt and final. A truly British vision of a joyous eternity though  ;)

fluck me I really need thinsgs made clearer to me :lol:

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No, the pub barman is St Peter. Gene's fantasy is also purgatory, he redeems them like a sort of celestial therapist and saves them from "Keats". The redemption theme has been pretty strong in this series. I thought the treatment of Alex Drake was refreshingly blunt and final. A truly British vision of a joyous eternity though  ;)

Yes I see now. Spot on, Nelson the barman was St Peter.

You're right about the refreshing end to Alex Drake. Similarities to the end of Jacob's Ladder I thought when she's given her child's scarf and realises she's already died.

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No, the pub barman is St Peter. Gene's fantasy is also purgatory, he redeems them like a sort of celestial therapist and saves them from "Keats". The redemption theme has been pretty strong in this series. I thought the treatment of Alex Drake was refreshingly blunt and final. A truly British vision of a joyous eternity though  ;)

Yes, the treatment of Alex at the end was refreshingly blunt and final wasn't it.

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  • 259 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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