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    And it veered off weirdly, didn't it? When he saw the questions, it seemed like he was trying to hide something. "I don't see why they need to know all this." Then suddenly, she said, "Don't be silly. We are filling out this paperwork tonight." And his reservations weren't mentioned again. Very unsatisfactory.
    I think they will go more into his apprehensions next episode.
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    I think they will go more into his apprehensions next episode.
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    And big brother would be great one to have. He's ALL into it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by libgirl2 View Post
    I think they will go more into his apprehensions next episode.
    OK, so my vote is that the good doctor is an adoptee, and knows nothing about himself, thus making the forms hard to complete.

    NEXT!
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    I'm not spoiling it.
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    You are my non-spoiling hero!
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    I'm not spoiling it.
    thanks....
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    Just checkin'. In case you were.

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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Has anyone been watching the second season of Bletchley Circle? I hadn't even realized there was a second season. Stumbled on it on PBS. I loved the first season and this one looks just as good to me. There may even be a season 3, but of course, it won't be available in the U.S. until much later.

    Anyhow, for those who season 1 as I did, just thought I let you know that season 2 is running on PBS now.
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    I thought they aired the season end show last week..... They resolved the mystery...... I better check out the schedule for tonight. Yep, in Iowa we saw the season end last week. I'm sorry that one of the original gals has left, I like her replacement though, but miss Susan just the same. Maybe she will return in season 3 and there will be five of them instead of 4? Two great mysteries this time. I very much enjoyed both seasons of Bletchley Circle .

    PBS/ Masterpiece Mystery has a great season lineup for fall: Inspector Lewis returns (with a twist of course), Miss Marple, Death Comes to Pemberley to name a few. Looking forward to fall!
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