Luke and I are already at opposite ends of the spectrum. I was ticked off by this episode and Luke really likes it. We both published our reviews:
Luke's: https://odysseynerds.wordpress.com/2018 ... rs-ruse-2/
Mine: https://odysseynerds.wordpress.com/2018 ... ters-ruse/
Dude, your opinion is no more wrong than mine, OK? It's your opinion!TheDoctor wrote:Yeah! After I wrote my review I went of and looked at yours and I was like "Oh! Am I wrong or? Well too late now!"
Personally, I do enjoy J&P Detective agency episodes, but this one is just kinda eh. Like at this point they've done a lot of J&P episodes but after a while, they all just feel the same, I was hoping they might mix it up this time. I am interested in the whole Morey arc. but it is rather slow moving.
Final word: I didn't like this episode that much, but I still gave it 4 / 5. I'm probably just really generous.
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I agree. I only listened to it once or twice and then i quit.Agent.MontyWhittaker wrote:I give this episode 1 stars out of 5 because it isn't a good mystery, the actors have as much energy as a wooden block, and the dialogue makes me cringe so much...
I liked the homage this episode played to Agatha Christie, what with the book titles (similar to Murder on the Orient Express), and the missing days (Agatha Christie also went missing and showed up at a hotel with no memory of the missing days.)
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