An episode which sees Will return home, we learn about his upbringing, meet his despicable Father, and his Mother, who's suffered at his hand.
The mystery itself is almost playing second fiddle to the melodrama of Will's family life, the characters and acting are superb as always. Trouble is, the characters are so utterly loathsome, that's it's one of those you watch, and couldn't care less about the victim, or perpetrator. Nathaniel Parker and Jemma Redgrave impressed.
The new Vicar continues to impress, I'm glad they've given him a backstory, we understand more about the man under the collar.
If I'm honest, this would be my least favourite episode of this new series, but that's only because the standard has been so incredibly high, it's the story between Geordie and his poor Wife that I'm most looking forward to.
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