The word that best represents last night’s episode of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries is ‘awkward’. Now that sexy hot Det. Jack (Nathan Page) has withdrawn from Miss Fisher (Essie Davis), when the two meet on a new case unexpectedly the tension can be cut with a knife.
We are half way through the second season of the delightful Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and episode six, ‘Marked for Murder’, shows us that even back in the 1920’s, the dear folk of Melbourne were just as obsessed with AFL as they are today.
Episode 5 was all about fashion and fashionistas. I was hoping SBS’s Lee Lin Chin may have made a special appearance but no dice. Beginning with the death of an old lady, who had been stabbed with a hair pin.
I can’t say for sure what really happened in Episode 3 of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries but I’m sure there was a crime and it was solved in a witty and charming way by Miss Fisher (Essie Davis) and Det. Jack.
So, we bid farewell to the sexiest beard in television history and hope Craig McLachlan gets his gear off in season two as well as continuing to solve murderers in his own unique way. It’s The Power Of Craig (TPOC) that will always win us over in the end.
The story was moving a bit quicker this week in the second last episode of The Doctor Blake Mysteries titled ‘All That Glitters’. It was wonderful to see a very drunk Lucien (Craig McLachlan) tell the whole town what he thought of the visiting British Consul.