Oh. My. Gosh.*

If the last few moments of tonight's episode haven't made you seriously reassess the next gen house share at Honolulu Heights, we really don't know what will.

Alex. Captain Hatch. Crumb. Rook. Tom. How will 'the real Hal' fit into the conclusion of Being Human? Who will he side with?

If you can't wait to see more, here's the preview clip for next week's show...

*There must be some form of Twitter-friendly acronym for this.

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  • Comment number 99. Posted by AmcinLA

    on 20 Feb 2013 06:40

    I would love for Tom and Allison to end up together, sans werewolf curse. If Hal get staked it's too much like Mitchell...I like the suggestion that he becomes human and then dies...
    But unlike the other vamps, he chose to become one...probably because of his screwed up childhood but there was something in him that wanted that kind of power in the first place...

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  • Comment number 98. Posted by Aaran_Salisbury

    on 19 Feb 2013 15:35

    This might not be true but it is very clever,in episode 3 when Hal kills Larry,Larry is wearing Tom's work clothes with Toms name tag on it,so Hal killing Larry with Tom's clothes on could be a clue saying Hal will kill Tom in the final episode.

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  • Comment number 97. Posted by Nic

    on 19 Feb 2013 12:34

    I've been trying to think of good captions but I'm rubbish at this sort of thing!

    @ fifi (89 on last blog, missed your reply yesterday!) I don't know if Hal's fooling himself, he's too clever for that and he's constantly trying to stay good Hal. But like you say it does make you wonder, if he's found it so easy to lie to Mary for 250 years, and now to Tom and Alex about what really happened with Larry, whether there are other times he's lied too. It's easy to think Mary was crazy and in love with him so she could have willingly overlooked his lies, but Tom would never ignore the signs and Alex definitely wouldn't, she'd probably have no trouble putting Hal down if she knew that's what she had to do. Like Mary said 'how long before you're the one holding the stake'... To fool them too he must indeed be a very good liar, he's impossible to read!
    I like the idea of Hal getting a door at the end, if defeating the devil somehow gives him his soul back or at least some peace with himself, then going off to live a normal human life in the real world would be a bit of an anticlimax to this show.

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  • Comment number 96. Posted by bigseach

    on 19 Feb 2013 12:22

    hal does have a way with furniture. crate, bar stool, and now a chair. took me a few viewings to see that it wasn't tossed to him. nice chair swing.

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  • Comment number 95. Posted by SAINTIXE56

    on 18 Feb 2013 21:08

    @LordofMisrule
    Naturally I ahve made just assertions. I am not mrs TWhitehouse? I do not read over Lord Toby's shoulder.
    Everybody makes assertions. As for Gods dying or not, is the galss half full or half empty? Who knows? I prefer to sail safely. The Gods will find me obedient and respectful. Better play wise than sorry?

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  • Comment number 94. Posted by LordOfMisrule

    on 18 Feb 2013 20:50

    Saint, all you've made there is a bunch of assertions. We don't know a great deal about the true nature of Gods or the Devil in the world of Being Human. So far all that we truly know about the Devil is that he is a malevolent incorporeal entity which possesses human hosts and promotes conflict between supernaturals in order to feed himself (and even then, the characters who stated that latter point may have been wrong). And there is plenty of mythology out there in which Gods can be slain.


    On a more general note, with regards to Pie & Prejudice itself, I loved it. Best episode of this series so far. No, Larry did not deserve what happened to him, but I've been longing to see more of evil Hal ever since Making History. That alone made the episode for me.

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  • Comment number 93. Posted by ewan

    on 18 Feb 2013 20:27

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  • Comment number 92. Posted by SAINTIXE56

    on 18 Feb 2013 18:49

    Comments regarding the Devil:
    Hatch looks at himself as a God, Gods are by definition naturally immortal. Unlike ghosts who eventually cross their doors, vamps meet the sticky end of a stake and werewolves die of old age or a silver bullet. At one point all supernaturals die... just like humans. because we all die. Hence we clearly have a separation between humans as mere mortals and victims/targets of supernaturals, supernaturals who but delay their time of death but who die and Gods who are immortal beings. You notice the use of the word beings and not creatures for ghosts, vamps and WWs are created. Mortals are created through their parents. Gods are. They be. And ther are immortals. What ever you do or say, they are. UNAFFECTED BY DEATH.
    Hatch just wants to go home. Yes, like ET. Except his realm is probably not rated PG-13.
    And if he can revenge from these pesky mortal creatures who have manage, who have dared to capture him for almost a century: HE WILL.
    He will rise and he will raise the army of the dead. To annul the offence. because he is a God and Gods do not take kindly on being offended by mortals.
    As far as I can see, Hatch bears no real ill will against Tom (just playing with him) , bears no grudge against Alex (why should he bother, she is a mere ghost) but Lord Hal, one of his slaves, one of the legions of fools who sold their soul to him because they miss the all point of what is really the afterlife. No way.
    Hal will pay and pay he will!

    Just saying. Do not thwart Gods will! Creatures should bow to their betters.

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  • Comment number 91. Posted by ewan

    on 18 Feb 2013 18:28

    That thing Hal did with his tongue when he killed Larry.
    was it
    Lord Hal coming back
    or
    Lord Hal mocking Larry after all he died with his tongue out.

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  • Comment number 90. Posted by tealovingannie

    on 18 Feb 2013 17:45

    Fifi - if you watch the Final Series Trail, you'll catch a glimpse of what I think is Rook's flask.

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