Did anyone watch The Town last night?

(7 Posts)
Rollergirl1 Thu 06-Dec-12 21:39:49

I did and was pleasantly surprised. It had a very plausible and realistic storyline and I thought the characters were interesting and likeable. Andrew Scott is very watchable isn't he? He rocks a suit big time!

thenightsky Thu 06-Dec-12 21:42:02

Yes.. enjoyed it. It was far better than I thought it would be. One thing I didn't understand was why the schoolgirl was left to wander the streets alone right after finding both her parents dead. Shouldn't someone (police) been out looking for her?

Rollergirl1 Thu 06-Dec-12 21:58:26

I missed the first 5 mins. The first I saw of her was when she helped out the boy who was hiding from the bullies. I didn't realise that she found them!

I enjoyed this too. That guy is Moriarty from Sherlock. I like him. Anyone else think the detective is a bit odd? A detective would take those texts and notes seriously, or at least, err do some detecting unless they had a personal interest in the case or have something to hide. Also, why was he watching him from outside the pub.

diddl Sat 15-Dec-12 09:52:45

Sorry to bring up an old thread.

Anyone still watching?

Just watched the first 2eps on iplayer & really enjoyed it!

Am curious to know what it´s all about.

Don´t like any of the characters, though-except the grandmother!

calypso2008 Sat 15-Dec-12 11:12:06

I just watched the first two episodes too diddl I am also really enjoying it -it gets better and better.

The mayor has done an about turn though - at first he was too interested and seemed a bit hmm about a double suicide - now he wants rid of the son, from the whole town, it seems.

I think it is really good.

So felt for the poor girl dressing up to go to what she perceived as a 'posh' party, in completely the wrong clothes. I think I did that at some point when younger, at a Young Farmers Ball or something. The Shame.

Yep - love the grandmother.

diddl Sat 15-Dec-12 13:05:21

When the Mayor was interested I think he didn´t know about the involvement of the Douglas Hodge character & the mother?

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