//I just really love what John Finnemore did with the character of Carolyn Knapp-Shappey.
Like, sod off, she’s not just any little old woman, MJN revolves around her and this is her story, even if you probably don’t realise it.
Yes, she’s old, but she’s never…
man there are obviously other reasons, including dominic mitchell’s own experiences, but i’m also really happy that in the flesh is set in this rural area surrounded by agriculture, like. so much work goes into that soil to make sure it’s good again each year, tilling and fertilizing, etc., and if that isn’t a great setting for a series about rising from the grave and rebuilding your life i don’t know what is.
this is a solid question