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That's the most crime ridden village I have heard of! :huh:

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That's the most crime ridden village I have heard of! :huh:

Inspector Barnaby used to be like Columbo - didn't see him for the first 30 minutes of the whodunit... Now, he is always present, with his missus, at the scene of the crime.

Guess what, he was just at the property development launch viewing the show-home when along comes Missus soon-to-be-murdered and accuses the property developer right in front of him.

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Just starting on ITV now - Inspector Barnaby investigates murder involving a property development scame!

Ooh arr!

:lol:

Thanks for the heads up. I started to watch it after seing your post.

( First scene I saw was that murder with a Baldrick's level of cunning: leave a narrow opening in a sliding door, and wait until the victim sticks its head in... :o ... :rolleyes: A fail-proof plan... but... it worked! :lol: )

Anyway, the ending was even more mind-boggling: Barnaby revels that (please imagine here a most dramatic tone of voice) the murder's "paymasters" were "venture capitalists" bent on building a... supermarket ! Gasps. Oh! :o

Jeezus! North Korea has a LOT to learn from British screenwriters! Unfeckingbelievable !

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Edited by Tired of Waiting

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