We watched this last night. Excellent story. Episode 4 of season 1, so showing a strong start to series.
If I had a dollar for every time I’ve screamed to anyone within earshot “I LOVE SUITABLE FOR FRAMING” then, gee whizz, I’d be the richest man in the loony bin!
But when an episode of TV is as good as Suitable for Framing, choosing only 5 magical moments is a seriously tough assignment. I’ve thought long and hard in order to chronicle my personal episode highlights here. What are yours?
5. The explosive start
The Lesser Striped Uncle Rudy is now extinct thanks to art critic Dale Kingston
The genial charm of a friendly-looking old bodger playing Chopin on a grand piano gives way to gun fire and shrieking music in one of the series’ most arresting starts.
The velvet-tux wearing Dale Kingston pulls the trigger to end his uncle’s life within the episode’s first 60 seconds, making it the show’s quickest killing by a distance. He…
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