Jump to content
oneBoro Forum
Sign in to follow this  

The night of

Recommended Posts

Anyone been watching the his hbo limited series? Its based on a UK series and is full of intrigue and I actually have no clue what the actual revelation will be at the end of the season which is refreshing.


I've found it to be very similar in style to the wire. Slow paced plot wise but lots of character moments and compelling dialogue. I'd go as far as saying the 6 episodes I've seen so far have been my favourite of any series in 2016.


Anyone who has watched it and would like to discuss theories put spoiler at the top of their message for those who haven't watched yet!

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites



I've watched all of the first series and it's a very classy production. They have laid the groundwork for at least two more seasons with the introduction of new suspects, although John Turturro is so central to everything that maybe they won't be gong in that direction at all. Says a lot for the show that it's got me intrigued enough to speculate like this.


Something that really jarred, however, was the total absence of any "blood-spatter" evidence - where's Dexter when you need him? They stripped Khan at the station and that was the last we saw of his apparently blood-free clothing, with no mention of it at the trial. Whoever stabbed the girl 22 times must surely have been covered in evidence so, unless he attacked her in a naked frenzy and then showered thoroughly before fleeing in panic, it wasn't Nas. Or was it?

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Restore formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Sign in to follow this  

  • Latest Posts

    • My point is that England didn't even look fully comfortable against an awful scratch Montenegro side. The defense has been carved apart repeatedly in these qualifiers, and I'm sure John Stones still has nightmares about throwing away that semi-final against the Netherlands. A lot of the trouble come from needlessly playing it out from the back and inviting pressure. England's attack has been fantastic for a while now, I've not said any different, 33 goals in 7 games is brilliant, but if anything they look less secure defensively since the World Cup. I'd back England against any team at the Euros, but they're currently never comfortable even with a solid lead. They were 5-1 up against Kosovo and were practically hanging on at the end.
    • As if people still think Venus signed Ayala 
    • Colchester  v  Bradford. D Crawley  v  Morecambe. H Exeter  v  Cheltenham. A Forest Green  v  Plymouth. H Grimsby  v  Newport. D L/Orient  v  Scunthorpe. (Wright) H Macclesfield  v  Mansfield. D Northampton  v  Crewe. A Port Vale  v  Carlisle. H Salford  v  Swindon. A .......... Stevenage  v  Oldham. A Walsall  v  Cambridge. H
    • This day 15th November 1994 - Boro's young guns go down to Ancona in this Anglo-Italian compatition Boro took the lead after 10 minutes then struggled to impose themselves on the game, the youth in the team v experience they were facing proved too much in the end, with Ancona levelling on the hour mark & scoring 2 late goals in the 80th & 90th to put the game beyond Boro 
    • Thing is, we almost certainly will offer him less money. And I don't think based on what he's said that he'd outright deny just less than what he's on. But tackling the wage bill would appear to need more movement than that and actually, a significantly less wage. I wouldn't expect him to stay on those terms. I'd say if the club really cares about wanting to keep him around, they need to approach it carefully, even if they are going to low-ball him to begin with, don't be a *** about it and expect him to say yes to anything because of a commitment to the club. Have a high boundary that you can't go beyond, work up to it and if his representatives think he should say no to our highest offer then we leave it at that and on good terms. No taking the ***, no expecting him to be accepting a pittance for his services on the back of the club as a whole's mistakes, something much bigger than Ayala's responsibility at this club. Most importantly for me, we have to accept the likelihood he leaves and hopefully wish him all the best if he does. I think he's been a great servant for us and I hope, unlike Derby, we treat him as professionally as he's treated being a player for this club.
  • Create New...