REPOST FOR USA VIEWERS: ENDEAVOUR: S7E3. ‘ZENANA’; Review + Locations, Literary References, Music etc. SPOILERS.

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ENDEAVOUR: S7E3. ‘Zenana’; Review + Locations, Literary References, Music etc. SPOILERS.

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  1. One more comment on this. I found it glaringly questionable that mrs bright was at deaths door, then went to America and came back fit as a fiddle as they say. I know of no treatment even today that can do that for metastatic cancer let alone in 1969 or 1970. ( I was in nursing back then for awhile).

    1. I agree with Kathleen. I didn’t like that whole subplot. (I think it was just a way to shoehorn Ludo in). Lung cancer even today doesn’t get healed like that. Plus I didn’t like her getting murdered (in any way) once they had introduced her. It was like oh, let’s give Bright a wife so we can play yo yo with peoples emotions.

  2. Barbara Needham – Russell L. did the same thing with George Fancy in series 5. I found him annoying at first, but grew to really like the character. Lewis Peek was very endearing, and I was hoping that he could have stuck around and perhaps develop a camaraderie with Morse, or at least a relationship similar to that of Morse & Lewis in the original series. To introduce the character and write him off so soon seemed like a wasted opportunity (to me).

    1. Sheldon – i agree re: Fancy. I think I read in an interview with Russ that they purposely developed Fancy when Dakota said she was leaving as an exit for Trewlove so they always knew he was going to die. But I agree a wasted opportunity.

      I too found the rather Midsomer Murders-like death of Mrs Bright (via Christmas lights no less) so unnecessary and clunkily deliberate to tie in Ludo. However, I found the whole Ludo/Violetta plot so ridiculous anyway that by that point in the series I had given up.

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