Check out my review of the latest Being Human episode “I Want You Back (From The Dead)”. Let me know what you think!
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Haha what u said about Sally is sooo true ahe bugs me soo much. This epi was ok. I liked aiden(sp??) story the best. The others I didn’t really care ESP Sally. I’m still waiting for them to wow me
They really need to do something about Sally, if it weren't for Aidan and Josh's stories there's no way I would watch just Sally's storyline.
almost shed a tear about bernie….almost….
It was kind of sad, especially since he told them they were hunting deer.
I thought it was already shown to us that ghosts could indeed physically interact with one another. Remember Episode 3? Sally meets her first fellow ghost (the '80s guy) but he turns out to be somewhat of a jerk.
Anyway, I agree with you on many points. Josh is my favorite character, but Aidan's score shot up this week. Looking forward to your next review.
Well, I think Sally's character is awesome! She's the only character who is interested in other people and is not completely self-absorbed, morose and depressed. She's cute, is very funny, has great variety of facial expressions, and the story of her death was presented in a very cool way. Her powers are really fun, and it's been fun to see her develop and control her abilities. It WAS a relief to let her get out of the house – and she's the one character who's made some good choices that have brought her a modicum of happiness, like turning down Nicholas. That all being said, I do like the other characters very much too – Aidan's crying revealing his sense of compassion, and Josh's stuttering is always a treat – these guys are really good, well-directed actors: they're not just reading lines.
[...] Being Human is back on Australian TV, it made a triumphant return to ABC2 last night. All our old f…it made a triumphant return to ABC2 last night. All our old friends were back Annie (Leonora Critchlow), Mitchell (Aidan Turner), George (Russell Tovey) and Nina (Sinead Keenan) and so was the dark humour, in abundance. Mitchell, George and Nina moved into a new home, an old Hotel somewhere in South Wales. But Mitchell was totally preoccupied with getting Annie back from beyond and she appeared on a TV again. A nice new flat screen TV this time, not an old portable that wasn't even plugged in, as before. So things must have been looking up for her. But Annie didn't seem to think so. She said she had very little time left before the bureaucrats on the other side moved her on to where ever it was she was supposed to be going. Mitchell interrupted George and Nina in the middle of a romantic interlude, with Nina looking resplendent in a basque with suspenders and stockings. I'm not sure what this scene had to do with the rest of the plot, but it was worth it for the glimpses of Sinead Keenan in that outfit. What a waste that Russel Tovey is gay and could not take in the full benefit of the scene many men would die for. [caption id="attachment_940" align="aligncenter" width="481" caption="Mitchell (Aidan Turner) meets Lia (Lacey Turner) his guide to the other side. "][/caption] Anyhow, back in the real world, Nina locates a man, in the new Hospital where they all work, who is dieing and can help Mitchell cross over to the other side when he passes. Mitchell and George do a crossword while they wait for him to pass, despite Nina's insistence on some respect for the dieing man. Mitchell gets to the other side to be greeted by Lia (Lacey Turner) a saucy 20 something who is his guide. She takes him through various doors to scenes of people he has killed, through his Vampire lust. When he asks who she is, she only answers H12, it's a riddle. Mitchell must be a bit thick, because I worked out right away that was her seat number on the train load of people that he and Daisy killed. But maybe I'd seen it in a preview or something. Eventually they end up in that train carriage, with all the other people that were killed and Lia mentally torments Mitchell for a while and gives him a real bollocking about making excuses for all his killing. At the end of that she reunites him with Annie, telling her she thinks they would make a nice couple, Mitchell's crossing over to get her certainly put her ex-boyfriends tattoo in perspective. When Mitchell and Annie arrive back on Earth she realises they are not in Bristol and Mitchell explained they have moved to Barry Island in South Wales (it's getting popular on British TV, that's where Gavin and Stacy live) Annie says she wants to go back. "To Bristol?" Asks Mitchell, no to purgatory she says. You can't beat a dig at Wales. Meanwhile, while all that was going on, George and Nina had problems of their own. It was a full moon and they had to find somewhere to change, into Werewolves, not their clothes. There was a cellar in the Hotel they had moved into, but they couldn't be together, so George volunteered to go to the woods. Two other Werewolves had shown up in town a father and son. The father was played by Robson Green, a stalwart of British TV, but not one of my favourites, he always seems to give a smug performance to me. But so far he hasn't annoyed me in this. Anyway the father was captured and bundled into a van by some marauding Punk Rock Vampires. [...]
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