'The Sword of Guillame', episode 75, airdate February 2010, filming date August 2009. Three grusome murders committed with a sword that belonged to a noble family of Normandy in the years 893 to 942, A.D. The producers of Midsomer Murders feel compelled to take swipes at the Church of England by making all of the faithful look like cooks. Shame on the producers. This episode brings in John Barnaby, played by Neil Dudgeon. Here John is not married and behaves more like a policeman than when the series falls under his control Joyce is on this episode by Cally isn't (no big loss).
'Made-to-measure murders', episode 74, air time May 2010, filmed July 2009. An eccentric and all to deadly land owner usurps the control of other people's lives. The producers of Midsomer Murders definitely are anti-religion to the max. Some people are being murdered with a weapon whose identification confuses even the medical examiner. Again Tom Barnaby seems to be an out-of-breath actor who almost wheezes his lines when the other actors say them without gasping. (He didn't used to be the way. ) The final scenes are almost too ridiculous to believe. One of Milton's conquests doesn't realize he is about to kill her as Barnaby and Jones break in the door to wrench the murder weapon out of his hands. Milton was going to end her life to keep her quiet. She tells the police "we were praying". She thought they were going to have a prayer and then afterwards have sex.
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