Spoilers for Series 9

Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby mohairMK » Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:23 am

Englishfan wrote:Is it possible that the person in the grave is a woman who was CF's social interest? Takes care of that! No more social interest! The show can go on and not worry about continuing that story line!!!!!

Good thought, EF! :wink:
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby mohairMK » Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:27 am

starlight wrote:Would've hated to see AH chained to a typewriter in Lesley's snowbound cabin.

Don't know about that...anything to keep him writing more Foyle's War series!! :foyle5:
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby TicketyBoo » Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:23 pm

This pains me to say, but it could be Samantha in the box. If you look at the couple to the right of the zoomed in photo, it appears the man could be wearing a clerical collar. The woman would be her mother. But where's Uncle Aubrey? Unless this is some hush-hush MI-5 send-off and he wasn't to be invited because of security clearance or some other cloak 'n' dagger nonsense.
Foyle standing alone says a great deal. The woman comforting Adam could be Hilda, but is that really her style?
Could Elise be Sam and Adam's daughter? Did Sam die in childbirth a la Lady Sybill on "Downtown Abbey?"
This is torture.
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Wolesley » Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:18 am

I really don't think so, TB. After my initial panic, I've come around to the idea that the title of the episode is the key - For Elise.
However, this photo from the filming shows Sam with a definite cut or bruise on her cheek, so clearly there will be some violence and action in the three episodes of S10:
(Photo from KitchenFoyle's tumblr for April 19th.)

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby TicketyBoo » Wed Apr 23, 2014 3:02 am

I do hope you are correct, Lesley. As I said before, this is torture. TBoo
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Lynnedean » Wed May 21, 2014 10:12 am

Not a spoiler but a teaser - latest tweet from Anthony Horowitz ...
    Watched the season finale of Foyle's War last night - and shed a tear. It's a blinder, I promise you.
Why the tear? I reckon it was probably to do with something that really happened during WWII that Mr Hwz has included in his plot (the Elise thing), but could it also have been because it was more than just the season finale? (Just a thought, Amiga; just a thought. :D )
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby amiga » Wed May 21, 2014 2:22 pm

Lynnedean wrote:Not a spoiler but a teaser - latest tweet from Anthony Horowitz ...
    Watched the season finale of Foyle's War last night - and shed a tear. It's a blinder, I promise you.
Why the tear? I reckon it was probably to do with something that really happened during WWII that Mr Hwz has included in his plot (the Elise thing), but could it also have been because it was more than just the season finale? (Just a thought, Amiga; just a thought. :D )


I've stopped trying to figure AH out....hurts my brain. :smile: He changes his story all the time. Guess we'll have to wait to see if ITV wants more. I still believe that is his motivator.

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby TicketyBoo » Thu May 22, 2014 12:21 am

Lynnedean wrote:Not a spoiler but a teaser - latest tweet from Anthony Horowitz ...
    Watched the season finale of Foyle's War last night - and shed a tear. It's a blinder, I promise you.
Why the tear? I reckon it was probably to do with something that really happened during WWII that Mr Hwz has included in his plot (the Elise thing), but could it also have been because it was more than just the season finale? (Just a thought, Amiga; just a thought. :D )


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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Wolesley » Thu May 22, 2014 12:32 am

Oh, lord. The suspense.
Perhaps the Brits amongst us could clarify the nuances of the word 'blinder' in this instance. It's not a term used in North America.

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby amiga » Thu May 22, 2014 12:38 am

I took it as something you don't see coming. Interested to hear what it means in the UK

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Samfan » Thu May 22, 2014 12:40 am

Blind with tears? Can't see for crying?

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Samfan » Thu May 22, 2014 12:45 am

Samfan wrote:Blind with tears? Can't see for crying?

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Perhaps not. Maybe, "A really good performance":

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/british/blinder_1

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby starlight » Thu May 22, 2014 3:11 am

a blinder = something dazzlingly brilliant; stunningly good
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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Wolesley » Thu May 22, 2014 4:53 am

Then Horowitz's tears were tears of joy, one hopes. :awkward:

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Re: Spoilers for Series 9

Postby Jillybean » Thu May 22, 2014 5:58 pm

Further to Starlight's description, I mostly hear the word blinder in football, e.g. "he played a blinder' or "that goal was a blinder". Meaning it was played very, very well, with skill etc. David Beckham's free kicks were always blinders :biggrin:
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