Midsomer Murders (1997– )
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With Baited Breath 

Fishermen flock to Solomon Gorge desperate to catch a giant fish that is said to lurk in the lake. Their plans are threatened when hundred of others appear for the Pyscho Mud Run.

Director:

Jennie Darnell

Writer:

Jeff Povey
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Episode credited cast:
Annette Badland ... Fleur Perkins
Aneurin Barnard ... Freddie Lamb
Andrew Brooke ... Lex Bedford
Lee Byford Lee Byford ... Police Officer
Lucie Cooper-Jones Lucie Cooper-Jones ... Detective
Fiona Dolman ... Sarah Barnaby
Neil Dudgeon ... DCI John Barnaby
Lloyd Everitt ... Harper Kaplan
Eleanor Fanyinka ... Jade-Marie Pierce
Vincent Franklin ... Artie Blythe
Nitin Ganatra ... Eric Skye
Steve Healey Steve Healey ... Fire Fighter
Nick Hendrix ... DS Jamie Winter
Paul Hunter Paul Hunter
Miles Jupp ... Cornelius Tetbury
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Fishermen flock to Solomon Gorge desperate to catch a giant fish that is said to lurk in the lake. Their plans are threatened when hundred of others appear for the Pyscho Mud Run.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

25 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sign in the door window of the anglers' store reads, "Master and Mistress Baiters, stand by your rods!" See more »

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Midsomer Murders
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Written by Jim Parker
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Not much of a mystery.
31 December 2019 | by JaneBingleySee all my reviews

This episode takes place around a lake, and the surrounding wood. There is a giant fishy monster in the lake, and someone is killing off the ones who tries to catch it. Winter is sidelined and paired with an extremely annoying female.

While Barnaby has an old friend, retired policeman Artie by his side during the investigation.

There is no mystery as to who the killer is. The solution has been done to death by every crime series out there, and even once before in Midsomer. If you are over eight years old, and has watched any crime show before, you know who the killer is as soon as the person enters the scene. This is not a spoiler, because there is nothing to spoil.

The murders are many and good, but the real mystery is what is lurking beneath the surface of the lake.


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