Non­sense? Quite likely, but it’s still must-see

Irish Daily Mail - - Food And Wine -

I’d be will­ing to stick a ten­ner on her hav­ing turned the wheel at the last mo­ment, once she had given her ex a bit of a fright.

Mind you, Gemma had al­ready done an im­pres­sive job of mak­ing his life a mis­ery by that stage.

Through a se­quence of im­pres­sively Machi­avel­lian ma­noeu­vres, she man­aged to force new mis­sus Kate (Jodie Comer) and her in­fant daugh­ter into em­i­grat­ing to France.

Mean­while, Simon found him­self turfed out of both his lux­ury gaff and ap­par­ently suc­cess­ful busi­ness. Who knows what hap­pens next? We will pre­sum­ably find out when the fi­nal in­stal­ment of this se­ries is aired next week.

If Simon has sur­vived, I sus­pect an even worse fate might await him. It cer­tainly seems clear that both Gemma and Kate are de­ter­mined to nail him at this stage. Even worse from his per­spec­tive, it looks like they could even be­come sis­ters-in-arms.

So, he could ef­fec­tively have two Doc­tor Fos­ters on his case. Rather him than me.

Drama: Su­ranne Jones GIVEN that it is by far the most in­ter­est­ing thing on tele­vi­sion at the mo­ment, I make ab­so­lutely no apol­ogy for cast­ing an eye on the do­ings of Gemma Fos­ter for the sec­ond week on the trot. It may well end up be­ing the most ridicu­lous drama in tele­vi­sion his­tory, of course, but it is still look­ing pretty good at the mo­ment.

As the clos­ing cred­its rolled on Tues­day’s episode, it was un­clear whether the epony­mous GP (Su­ranne Jones) had revved up her car and de­lib­er­ately knocked down for­mer hus­band Simon (Ber­tie Carvel).

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