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Poldark Series 2 Episode 5

What a dramatic episode! After starting off relatively positive, with only the problem of a smuggling informant to worry about, events took a devastating turn. Francis’ death was one we thought had happened episodes earlier when he tried to commit suicide, but ironically now he had settled and was happy, death chose him. 824 more words


Poldark s2 ep 5


Courtesy of the tv critic who tweeted days before the episode was shown that this week’s Poldark would feature “tin bath and tragedy,” I had already guessed that this would be the week that a certain member of the main cast died, so let me start by saying thanks a… 801 more words


Poldark Episode 5 - Tragedy Strikes.

Episode five of series two – incredibly emotional, one to tug at the heartstrings.

The episode starts with two young boys running across a beach, sharing moments of laughter and happiness, it then comes to light it is a mere memory, of young Ross and Francis. 622 more words


Poldark Episode 4 - Punch Ups and Pilchards!

Episode 4 of series 2 of Poldark – indeed another enjoyable episode! Blamey’s back, George Warleggan get’s what’s coming to him, Demelza is desperate for Pilchards, Ross again, puts his neck on the line. 507 more words


Revisiting Poldark Series 1 - Episode 4

Episode spoiler warning: Ross declares his love for Demelza in the most romantic way.

As the newlyweds settle back into their “new normal”, Demelza struggles with becoming the new lady-of-the-house. 624 more words

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Revisiting Poldark Series 1 - Episode 3

Episode spoiler warning: Ross and Demelza finally give in to their feelings and turn rumours and innuendo into fact. Oh, and the infamous shirtless scything scene! 635 more words

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Revisiting Poldark Series 1 - Episode 2

Episode spoiler warning: Ross Poldark gets naked and goes for a swim.

Time passes and the Warleggans start recalling more loans from their debtors. This results in the closing of yet another mine, leaving more people unemployed. 436 more words

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