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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    Count me in, too. I watched it and loved it. I'm looking forward to the next episode.

    I'm pretty sure they will repeat it, CCL. Masterpiece (all of the them) generally repeats an episode once during the week.
    Thanks Florimel. Just checked the listings and they are playing it at 12 am on Saturday (?!) so I will have to remember to set the dvr.
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    Watched the first episode and really liked it. I will continue to watch.

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    I really liked the 2nd episode. I felt sorry for Sydney and don't like Amanda much.

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    I'm enjoying it. Love the scenery too.

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    and Sydney's housekeeper(?).

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    All I have to say about Grantchester is that if all priests looked more like James Norton, I'd be going to church more.
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    ^ I was so distracted watching the first episode because I'd seen him play the big bad in Happy Valley (good show, by the way) not too long ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    and Sydney's housekeeper(?).
    At first I didn't care much for her, but I enjoyed her in the episode yesterday. Loved that she thought her "cake" won over the Bishop so that Sydney would have an assistant. I'm happy to be able to watch Downton, then have Granchester follow. Looking forward to the next episode (for both shows)!
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    Well, after tonight's episode I am starting to like the housekeeper (a little more) . I was surprised by the "murderer", honestly didn't see that coming. I was also very glad to see Sydney replace his favorite photo, and take a step to move on with his life. I laughed so hard during the new minister's first sermon, and loved Sydney's subsequent mentoring him. It was a good episode.
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    Aw, I like Mrs. Maguire!

    I love the combination of Sidney and Geordie. I'm so happy to see Robson Green on American TV.
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