Tired of her parents putting George down, Janet spills his identity, with major consequences.
Here we get an insight into what life would be like for Thermoman, should his secret get out, favourite episode of the show so far, super funny. Great one liners and physically very funny also.
Loved the jokes about model train sets, and seeing George in his hideous brown cardigan.
At times it really does feel as though the writers borrowed a little from Doctor Who, there are so many scenes where you just think, two hearts eight hundred odd years of age, at a time where Dr Who was in hiatus, were they having fun?
Geraldine McNulty steals this one for me, Mrs Raven has been growing as a character, and here she really does steal the show, first off tormenting the poor lad with acne, and secondly as a the blond bombshell.
Cadi begins to look for suspects, those close to Ifan, she also has an important decision to make about her future.
An interesting episode, but one that definitely does suffer with pacing issues. It is very intense and atmospheric, and as much as I love those qualities, it did seem as if rather little actually happened here.
Cadi, I really like her, she's a career woman, but a go getter, someone that just gets on with things, sadly she seems to get no support from anyone, family, partner, they all want to hold her back.
I liked the story surrounding Dafydd, he's an interesting character, as is Shaun. Best of all, I want to know what that Vicar is up to.
Cadi and Vaughan are called in when the body of Ifan Williams is found by the side of a river.
First off, in this age of budget cuts and financial restraints, I am so glad to see a show like Hidden back on our screens.
Hidden is back, so expect the following tick list, gorgeous Welsh scenery, subtitles, hideous rooms and smouldering Welshmen. All of the usual elements in place, it's not perhaps as deep and engaging as previous episodes, but it's a decent start, I am intrigued by Ifan's loved ones.
I'd forgotten how stressful Cadi's family life was, her sister is still a bit of a nightmare. I bet she'll be glad to distance herself there.
A solid start, that offers a degree of intrigue, 7/10.
Hannegret Donnelly is arrested on suspicion of murdering her husband Christopher. Police uncover a history of physical and mental abuse.
This rates as the most bizarre story of the series so far, not because it's a story of a woman abusing a man, it's the way that she callously relays events, it's almost as if she isn't human, something pretty terrifying about her.
The interviews are intriguing and shocking, that side of things is what's been missing throughout this series so far, seeing Hannegret somehow makes it all feel real.
I do find it strange when people remove themselves from society and reality, it's clear that it suited her shocking way of life.
With his marriage little troubled, Anthony Anastasi moves his Mistress Jacqueline Riggs into the family home, devastated by his actions, wife Ann Marie devises a cruel plan to deal with them both.
One thing I've found pretty astonishing, is the lack of sense shown by some of the perpetrators, Ann Marie is no exception, I can't imagine how on Earth she thought she'd get away with things, it didn't seem like the moat organised or well planned crime.
Deplorable behaviour once again, from all of them to be honest, the husband committed the most awful act, moving Riggs in, it cost him his life, so many lives ruined by her anger and jealousy, it's a very sad story. For once I'm in full agreement with all of the speakers.
I'm finding it a little distracting, that the lady psychologist is sat at a really bizarre angle, facing away from the camera, looking away, it's really strange.
Stephen Searle, a UKIP Councillor and former Marine, kills his wife, and claims that he acted in self defence.
How utterly repellant, for Stephen to have been having an affair with his own wife's partner, utterly sickening, and alone worthy of contempt, but for him to have done what he did, just deplorable.
How bad to think that this man had a public standing, someone who had a hand in shaping this country's very future, shocking. Why did nobody stop him, or spot his worrying behaviour.
Once again, it's a well balanced episode, I felt the arguments from Stephen Junior were valid, when he talked about how it would have felt having to testify against his own father in court, that really did make you think and wonder.
It was a case that was of course very newsworthy, and for good reason.
DI Ray disarms a man with a knife, recognised for her bravery, the powers that be move her to head up a murder case.
I was very impressed by this four part series, it's complex, it's deep, it's incredibly well paced, don't expect endless meandering, Ray is thrown straight into the action.
Very well made, it looks and sounds great, it's a cut above your regular drama series.
Line of Duty vibes, which isn't really surprising, it's not as complex or heavy, but it has similar tones and vibes, the usual level of corruption.
How utterly refreshing to see a predominantly British Asian fast for a change, about time and great to see, and every player here is excellent.
Parminder Nagra is just so good as the lead, she steals the show, and truly develops with each episode, you witness some of the deliberate, and not so deliberate racism that she, and many others must feel.
Please let there be a second series of this, there deserves to be!
George has a nightmare about Janet dying, this heightens his anxiety, and causes him to become somewhat overbearing and overprotective.
Perhaps this was the funniest episode of this first series so far, there were laughs from start to finish, and Mrs Raven really did come into her own, she was hilarious here, and bagged the best laughs.
Loved the scene where Janet's mum spied George in the shower, she definitely has a thing for him.
So unusual to see Philip Whitchurch playing a comedy role, I've always been so used to seeing him in villainous roles, I had no idea be was so funny.
I thought this was doing to be a little limited, if anything it's getting better with every episode, 8/10.
Grimsby is on the verge of destruction, as janet has unwittingly washed Thermoman's suit in biological washing up liquid.
I really rather enjoyed this, wonderfully silly from start to finish, I had to check to see what time and day this was transmitted, I had wondered if it was part of the teenage scheduling, alas not. However it was funny, and this one sees the biological differences between Thermoman and Janet at play.
I like that we get to see the real side of Dr Crispin, or Dr Crippen, he really is a nasty piece of work, his interview is hilarious though, is his TV career in tatters, or is he going to bounce back?
I love how Janet's mum seems so taken with George, and who wouldn't be!
George tries to behave normally, with amusing consequences.
It's time for George to meet the parents, so Janet arranges a dinner evening, but is worried what
Stanley and Ella will make of Thermoman.
I liked the first episode, this second one though, was a winner, this was as quirky and zany as the first, but this was funny.
Plenty of fun moments here, the dinner was the show's best scene so far, loved George's efforts to behave normally, and what's better, is that you can truly see a lovely on screen relationship between the two leads. Ardal and Emily clearly had some fun making this.
Lill Roughley is great as Janet's mum, I always think of her roles with Victoria Wood, and in Mulberry, she's excellent, so funny.
DI Ray has another death to investigate, she's battling at work, and has stuff going on in her personal life.
I can't help but wonder if Rachita is unknowingly dealing with an enemy within. There's a lot going on here.
I thought this was brilliant, a very, very strong continuation, fast paced, dramatic, well acted, edge of the seat viewing, with a shocking conclusion.
It's perhaps the case that too much is happening to DI Ray, she's being attacked at home, getting engaged, and facing slurs at every possible corner, the point is being hammered home at every opportunity.
St Vincent's is used as a location for an action TV series, much to the annoyance of The Reverend Mother, during an action scene a live round is discharged instead of a blank, narrowly missing an actor.
Plenty of fun, a definite homage to the crime, action dramas of the 1960's, Operation QT sounds like the kind of show I'd have loved.
I enjoyed the mystery, I kept on thinking of Agatha Christie's The Mirror crack'd from side to side, similar vibes. I loved the character play, and the original set of characters.
I absolutely loved Sister Peter, what an absolute joy she is! Sister Boniface herself was almost a background player here, definitely not as involved as in the series opener.
After twenty seven years of marriage to his wife Lisa, Thomas Infante kills her, allowing two of their children to discover their mother's dead body.
What an incredibly sad story this is, I'm sure many people can relate to this, sometimes it's possible to just fall out of love with someone, after such a length of time though, it must have been a cruel pill to swallow, no justification for murder, and Thomas's most cruel act of all, was to allow the body to be found by his children, an unimaginably cruel act.
Credit to the son, I admire him for speaking up for both of his parents, he perhaps provided the balance that previous two episodes didn't have.
Police are called to the home of Muhammad Amin Miah, who's been brutally killed, prime suspect is his wife, Mahmuda, his bride of just four weeks.
It's another dry documentary, it's a very interesting story, one that is definitely thought provoking, one that will leave you questioning many things.
There is definitely something so bleak about this crime, it's a horrible, brutal, cruel crime, mean and devious. There's something almost Lady Macbeth about the story, a shocking crime.
Mahmuda, again, I wish we could have heard from her. Now I know it's a cultural difference, but the idea of arranged marriage is just so alien to me, how on Earth could you start a life, with someone you don't know, despite suggestions from the commentators, she definitely felt pressured into entering into the marriage, it doesn't seem at all possible that she had the choice of saying no.
I'm not sure about the commentary that Mahmuda and Miah should have had a happy life, there clearly was no spark there. A definite victim of circumstance.
Kelly Cochran and her husband Jaon set a pact on their wedding day, that should either take a lover, the other has the right to kill the lover, Chris Regan, known to Kelly, disappears.
It's not a bad start to the series, it's an interesting story, with some insightful interviews, there's always something a little quirky about British shows detailing American crimes, they're more subdued, a little less glitzy, this is quite dry.
A pity we didn't see any of Kelly's interviews, or here from her. Definitely a troubled individual, once again we see the damage caused by drugs.
As always, I enjoyed the narration of Will Hanrahan, he has an unmistakable voice, and does a good job at presenting the information.