S9 E3 Elise

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:29 am

Janewilts wrote:I think Hilda wanted to keep an eye on C F so that she could help him if he got into trouble. She knew that he would keep on investigating even after he resigned. Hilda owed CF big time for helping her in ' The French Drop' and' War Games'. I think she trusted and respected him but realised he could be in trouble if he kept crossing MI5 lines. After all Hilda did give Foyle the Top Secret papers he asked about in 'All Clear' re the incident in Devon.

Very good point. She knew him well enough to know he wouldn't stop, and had no regard for crossing lines! :foyle5:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:33 am

Wolesley wrote:Addis notices he has stopped, and turns to face him squarely, hoping for some sign of forgiveness, perhaps. Perhaps a sign that he doesn't despise her.

That's what I got from her look as well...'please don't hate me...' :sad:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:39 am

Wolesley wrote:Addis notices he has stopped, and turns to face him squarely, hoping for some sign of forgiveness, perhaps. Perhaps a sign that he doesn't despise her.

Foyle regrets the whole situation because she is a woman who clearly otherwise has integrity, intelligence and a heart. They might have been a good match.

Both good points:

I got the same thing from her look, "please don't hate me..."

And Foyle's face did have a tinge of regret. "what a shame..."
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:41 am

dcfoylefan wrote:Here's a laugh that references our old friend Barbara Hicks. Someone on Twitter asked if Foyle had a "nemesis" and I replied "blondes with curls." That got a "favorite" out of Anthony Horowitz!

Good for you! :thumbsup:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mslevin » Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:48 pm

Thanks for all the great sharing on the last episodes of FW. I'm looking forward to watching them in the US.
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby Wolesley » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:35 am

I've just realized that, in terms of Foyle's future and his relationship possibilities, we've all been neglecting one very eligible widow (was she widowed?) who's just lost her son and is in need of comforting ~ Mrs. Corrigan. Pretty lady, son was in the RAF, would no doubt take to Andrew, and all alone in her lovely house and garden.
Foyle should have a look in, after a bit. :thankyou:

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby starlight » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:47 am

Wolesley wrote:I've just realized that, in terms of Foyle's future and his relationship possibilities, we've all been neglecting one very eligible widow (was she widowed?) who's just lost her son and is in need of comforting ~ Mrs. Corrigan. Pretty lady, son in the RAF, would no doubt take to Andrew, and all alone in her lovely house and garden.
Foyle should have a look in, after a bit. :thankyou:

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby Wolesley » Sat Jan 24, 2015 6:55 am

A river! That would be the clincher! Perfect. And we know there's a golf course not too far away, soon to be under new management.
Only one problem - 'Joyce Foyle' doesn't exactly flow, does it. Hmmm. Maybe she has a middle name she'd prefer to use. :biggrin:

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby HarrietVane » Sat Jan 24, 2015 3:10 pm

Wolesley wrote:A river! That would be the clincher! Perfect. And we know there's a golf course not too far away, soon to be under new management.
Only one problem - 'Joyce Foyle' doesn't exactly flow, does it. Hmmm. Maybe she has a middle name she'd prefer to use. :biggrin:

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I like it! Maybe she wouldn't mind going by Jo for short...
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby kitchentease » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:24 pm

Joy for short?
But, what does the brain matter....compared to the heart?
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby cmee57 » Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:11 pm

That last look on Foyle's face- broke my heart! :sad:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby HarrietVane » Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:34 pm

kitchentease wrote:Joy for short?


Joy Foyle is a little rhyme-y... but oh, it's nice to think of Mr. F having some Joy in his life... :wink: :foyle5:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Tue Jan 27, 2015 3:19 am

HarrietVane wrote:... but oh, it's nice to think of Mr. F having some Joy in his life...

Indeed! :thumbsup:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby TicketyBoo » Wed Jan 28, 2015 2:34 am

Foyle's final look at Elizabeth Addis said to me, "Your loss, lady." :foyle3:
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby Englishfan » Wed Jan 28, 2015 2:50 am

That seems arrogant! Is CF that arrogant or am I missing something?

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby mohairMK » Wed Jan 28, 2015 3:44 am

Englishfan wrote:That seems arrogant! Is CF that arrogant or am I missing something?

Nah, there's not an arrogant bone in Foyle's body. Possibly a look of serious disappointment; even pity...for her, and all those that she hurt along the way. Including himself.
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby vicky » Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:46 pm

Yes, mohairMK, that's how I interpreted his look. He seemed to be deeply
disappointed by her betrayal.
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby TicketyBoo » Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:53 am

TicketyBoo wrote:Foyle's final look at Elizabeth Addis said to me, "Your loss, lady." :foyle3:


Far be it from me to besmirch the reputation of Christopher Foyle. Arrogant? Not on your nelly, as Sam would say.
I agree with you that there was some disappointment and what-could have-been in that look at the end. I don't think Foyle could ever get over Dr. Addis' betrayal. And that, dear Kitchenettes, is her loss.
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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby Englishfan » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:01 am

Yes, disappointment, but I refuse to believe there's no hope!!!!! He'll at least take her for coffee. :thumbsup:

Yes, HER loss, if he chooses to pay the coffee bill and keep on walking...again! :noidea:

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Re: S9 E3 Elise

Postby amiga » Thu Jan 29, 2015 2:43 am

I would much prefer if he went back to visit Mrs. Corrigan. I'm sure he could think of a reason. I liked her better for him. She was softer.

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