Great episode! An interesting story about the role of journalism in society. The show is pleased with the variety of storylines and versatile presentation of the characters of the characters. George Crabtree here is not quite goodâ€”he is envious and vindictive. George should not have told Miss Cherry about the book and his hurt feelings, but he did it. Julia and William are represented by excellent professionals, but not enterprising people. And this is good. Talented people are rarely successful in business. It is the realism of the characters I really like, no one is perfect, everyone can be wrong! Very interesting interview with Maureen Jennings. Thank you for your talent, for the opportunity to enjoy Murdoch Mysteries for many. â€”Lilia
Great episode!! Loved the ambivalence created around Louise Cherry, who I have a very hard time warming up to even when she wasnâ€™t quite so obnoxious. In this era of jaded over entertained consumers it was amazing and humorous to realize how intrigued the public was over every little twist and turn of technology. And poor George once again suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune kudos to Johnny Harris he is an amazingly funny guy. â€”David
I finished the episode with the feeling that Miss Cherry is going to do a hatchet job on William and Juliaâ€™s bookâ€”the revenge she was suggesting George seek for the â€œslightâ€ when he thought he was not being given any credit for his help. â€”Byron
â€œâ€¦What was it like working with Billy and Karine? â€¦ Their scenes together have all this tension, but itâ€™s not tension borne out of traditional conflict. Itâ€™s a deeper thing, I think. Theyâ€™re both a little afraid of each other, or of what they mean to each other.â€ I really like that Cardinal and Delorme are just work colleagues and do not seem to have any romantic feelings for each other. In so, so many shows, if there are two single people, writers always seem compelled to hook them up which always leads to VERY boring storylines. Delorme and Cardinal have developed a strong friendship which seems so complicated at times. Because they are just friends, as a viewer, one doesnâ€™t know if the friendship may break down because of their behaviour. We certainly know a lot about Cardinalâ€™s personal life and in Season 4 I would love to find out more about Delormeâ€™s life outside of being under threat from the high crime rate in Algonquin Bay! â€”John
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Information literacy is right up my alley. Miss Cherry gives readers the salacious muck bc she contends itâ€™s what readers want. Her rival writes facts and lets readers come to their own conclusions. So what do we as modern readers really want? To engage our emotions or our brain? Of course we can do both, but these days it seems to be one or the other. Very prescient story line.
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