Rosemary & Thyme

Racquet Espanol - S3-E7

Audio problem: When everyone is leaving the restaurant and walking down the street, some are going off for a night cap, Rosemary says she can't go because she has to work tomorrow. But her words and her mouth are out of sync, as are the others to a lesser degree.


The Memory of Water - S2-E1

Audio problem: Near the end, Suzanne puts the dishwasher on, which is in the kitchen, near the long kitchen table they are all sitting around. At first, we can hear the dishwasher, not very loudly but it's there, but when they expose Suzanne as the killer, the dishwasher is all but silent even though its been running for at most 10 minutes, so it should still be noisy.


Orpheus in the Undergrowth - S2-E2

Plot hole: When Jeremy stopped to drink his water, which turned out to be vodka and which killed him via a heart attack, why did he hide himself away, surrounded by plants and only found by his mobile ringing? And why would he put the lid back on the bottle in the throes of a heart attack?


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Trivia: Except for the first episode, "And No Birds Sing", where Laura drinks a glass of wine in 2 gulps, she never takes a sip of her drinks - wine, apple juice, nothing - except for tea. She pretends to drink, but doesn't succeed.


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Swords into Ploughshares - S2-E7

Question: When the girls and Rosemary's mother go to the mortuary to see who was impersonating Rosemary, Rosemary's mother says just before they see the body, "It's just a waste of time me going home, really." What does she mean?


Chosen answer: Maybe she thinks she's so old that she'll be back in the mortuary soon, so why go home?


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