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    This posting has been hidden during moderation because it broke the House Rules in some way.

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    Posted by bethb63 (U13675101) on Friday, 28th February 2014

    It's the anti-Sherlock, and I'm laughing a lot.

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    Posted by tony ingram (U14880461) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Oh, look: a third Jonathan Creek thread. Yaay.

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    Posted by David (U2017805) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I wish all I had to worry about in life was how many other threads there were.

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I wish all I had to worry about in life was how many other threads there were.  smiley - ok smiley - laugh

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    Posted by aviddiva (U13145965) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Someone's having a dig at Benedict Cumberbatch, aren't they? Delighted to see Paula Wilcox too.  It worked for Toast Of London elsewhere!

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    Posted by pandaeyes (U15971470) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Enjoyed last night episode. Will take some time to get used to the wife. Pseudo Sherlock is a no no for me. As for the Devil child, pack her of to Boarding School NOW. Wasn't too keen on that family. Funny thing though, when robot vacuum cleared up the ashes, it also replaced the urn back onto the table. Continuity error perhaps?

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    Posted by Tafkaj (U3674656) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Sure, but on another day the mods will tell you that they've closed a thread because one already exists on that particular programme. The lack of consistency on these boards is astonishing. I have posts removed from the Top Gear thread because they used expletives that were used ON THE PROGRAMME AT 7.50PM ON A MONDY EVENING! You have to despair.

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  • Message 9

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    Posted by hos (U15964530) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Several continuity errors. Did I imagine it or did the stabbing wound move around? Also, when the actress, having already been stabbed, ran from the stage and bumped into something, thus opening up the wound, her hair was loose but when she arrived at her dressing room, her hair was neatly tied. Do they no longer have someone taking continuity photos ?

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  • Message 10

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    Posted by Phrasmotic 4 August 2012 (U5509534) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I started this thread during the programme after not finding an existing one. I now see the original the

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    Posted by Phrasmotic 4 August 2012 (U5509534) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I started this thread during the programme after not finding an existing one. I now see the original the  Correction

    I now see the original thread, to which no messages had been posted three hours before it started, and a third thread which followed mine ...

    ... but I tried to find an ongoing thread

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    Posted by misto (U3670564) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I was really looking forward to the return of JC but to me
    the star of the programme was the tribute to Andrew Lloyd
    Webber with the `Phantom` send up - is he planning to sue?
    Welcome back Jonathan.

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  • Message 13

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    Posted by saffiewalks (U11222674) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    I started this thread during the programme after not finding an existing one. I now see the original the  Well, you had better go and sit on the naughty step, we all know that one or two people get very, very angry about duplicate threads.

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    Posted by zencat (U14877400) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Funny thing though, when robot vacuum cleared up the ashes, it also replaced the urn back onto the table. Continuity error perhaps? 
    She picked up the urn before she went out (according to a post in the other thread).

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  • Message 15

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    Posted by David (U2017805) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    The naughty step! Ha ha, havent heard that for years. Some people do get a bit of a bee in their bonnet though at duplicate threads. If only this world only had that to worry about. Hey ho.

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    Posted by EggOnAStilt (U7111730) on Saturday, 1st March 2014

    Can we also remember some new posters will be in premod and their "new" threads may well be first but delayed until they are approved.
    So searching for existing, even though they have been made, WILL NOT WORK.

    Inbuilt duplicate creation happens on these boards without anyone breaking rules..........that's why we have a host to tidy up. smiley - smiley

    smiley - friedegg

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    Posted by Phrasmotic 4 August 2012 (U5509534) on Sunday, 2nd March 2014

    Can we also remember some new posters will be in premod and their "new" threads may well be first but delayed until they are approved.
    So searching for existing, even though they have been made, WILL NOT WORK.

    Inbuilt duplicate creation happens on these boards without anyone breaking rules..........that's why we have a host to tidy up. smiley - smiley

    smiley - friedegg 
    ..except I'm not a newcomer.

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  • Message 18

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    Posted by EggOnAStilt (U7111730) on Sunday, 2nd March 2014

    Can we also remember some new posters will be in premod and their "new" threads may well be first but delayed until they are approved.
    So searching for existing, even though they have been made, WILL NOT WORK.

    Inbuilt duplicate creation happens on these boards without anyone breaking rules..........that's why we have a host to tidy up. smiley - smiley

    smiley - friedegg 
    ..except I'm not a newcomer. 
    I know. smiley - tongueout

    Then again it's not just newbs who get put into premod.
    Depends what you have been doing on the BBC sites.

    For example, I got put into premod on the messageboards, for a brief few days some years ago, for repeatedly asking the same questions on a BLOG. smiley - doh smiley - biggrin

    For older seasoned posters, we also know that sometimes multiple threads are allowed, so it can be worth chancing your arm to see if it is permitted by the host.
    If I were quickly reading the so called first JC thread I might dismiss it, as it is asking in the OP if there were going to be any more Christmas specials.
    It's not particularly a discussion of the programme itself. The thread evolves into that later on.

    Anyway, as I said earlier, I certainly can see a mechanism on these boards how duplicates can happen, it doesn't matter what notices are put up if you can't actually follow them through because of a board design weakness.

    smiley - friedegg

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