Very much enjoyed the final episode. i'm so going to miss this tv show and all the Being Human film stalking I've particpated in over the last 3 years ( dn't ask me why but I never got round to stalking any filming in Bristol). And, very importantly, thanks to this show I've made some very good friends and me many bloggers.
Steve...good to hear that there's going to be more goodies for us on here in the coming weeks.
I enjoyed last night's episode and agree that Kate Bracken is more and more coming to the fore with her portrayal of Alex. Young actor who played Oliver was amazing...such a lot of lines to learn and so well delivered. I also enjoyed seeing a lot of the outdoor scenes which I'd watched being filmed,,,... -Crumb and Alan on the beach although a lot of that was cut -Hal and Tom returning home to the party nightmare -Crumb's sister and niece arriving to be mmmmm eaten -all the scenes in the fairground. The production crew all took a dodgem car and had a child 'extra' in with them....it was hilarious watching that scene with them all being filmed....first they filmed it with Alex and Oliver and then they redid it with an empty dodgem car going round with a cameraman lying down inside controlling a camera strapped to the front...the crew loved it! Have to say the only one I recognised on the screen though was Philip John the director.
Loving Capt Hatch and can't imagine anyone else other than Phil Davies in that role...he's showing us a truly disgusting and depraved devil.
Oh....and you know that cell that Crumb was locked in?....here's me and a few other bloggers/BH fans locked in there courtesy of Philip John who was kind enough to give us a tour of that indoor set http://twitpic.com/c2mg0o
Don't think that's our Tom who attacks Larry in next week's eps...clearly there are other werewolves lurking out there....
Oh and the tattoo question and Kate's brother....I think that Sue Hemmings and yekim mikey were watching that scene so maybe they can answer that question