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In Response to Re: Foyle's War - Season VII - PBS:
I do enjoy Foyle's War and watched the first two episodes. I'm thinking that I like the post-WWII episodes because the offer up new opportunities for storylines and it is a time frame more familiar to me. We went through a period where there were lots of WWII movies and TV series and I think it's time for emphasis on another important period in history. This is one of the reasons I enjoyed "The Americans" on FX. It was fascinating to watch two undercover Cold War Russian spies and their FBI agent neighbor.
Posted by Prosecco62
It's funny that I like it less, for the same reason! I don't like that you can't be sure that anyone in his MI5 unit is truly trustworthy, and who might be a double agent. I don't like that (like today), in the name of national security, some units could operate without any oversight, and do whatever they wanted. How rediculous, in last night's episode, that even after they realized they'd abducted the wrong woman .. because they had the same name .. that they didn't want to let her go, much less with a big apology.
I'm also confused because I didn't realize Sam was seeing someone, and the new series starts with her already being married. I kind of thought she & Milner would hook up, once he got divorced.