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10.3 - The Mourning After

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/15/16 11:00 am
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Henry Gordon Jago is dead, or so Professor Litefoot believes. But after the coffin is lowered, we learn that Jago is still alive even as his coffin is being buried.

This story is beautifully orchestrated as Henry finds himself in an apocalyptic future with the last member of the Jago and Litefoot society while Litefoot faces the threat of zombies in the present. The story is clever and while you have an inkling of some of what might be going on, there are some amazing twists and turns. The scenes with Jago in the coffin are probably the most tense in series history. The story also does a great job setting up the finale.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 11/11/15 9:04 am
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Episode three, takes rather an interesting turn of events, We start with poor old Professor Litefoot mourning the loss of his friend and colleague, who to all intense and purposes as passed on to the great theatre in the sky. Litefoot is besides himself with grief, so it comes as a little light relief to Litefoot when his old friend Dr Luke Betterman turns up fresh from his adventures in a foreign field, there is more to his travels than meets the eye, and Luke Betterman may have the answer to solving the mystery of poor old Jago untimely passing. The fourth instalment also provides further exploration of the story arc held within series 10's individual episodes, which for the most part I think adds a great deal of credo to the whole proceedings. This episode is strong, and so far provided me with the best episode so far is this set.