History YMMV / FoylesWar

7th Mar '15 2:44:08 AM PaulA
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* GeniusBonus: Or at least a bonus for the musically literate. A piano piece that is heard several times in "Elise", associated with the episode's title character, is not identified beyond a remark that Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven is perhaps not a tactful choice given the war; it's Beethoven's Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, "For Elise".
5th Jan '15 6:57:12 PM Thurisaz314
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4th Jun '13 10:42:54 PM Nohbody
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* IGotBetter: In later series, the Prodcers seem to have forgotten that Milner had ''lost his leg'', as he moves perfectly freely.
** Some of this can be explained with FridgeBrilliance; he struggles a lot more in the earlier series because his injury is more recent and he's lacking confidence. In later episodes, he's more used to it and is in a better place physically and psychologically, and so doesn't struggle as much. He's still quite mobile for someone with a missing leg in several ways, however.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: In "A Lesson in Murder", Foyle and Sam investigate a factory where one of the suspects works, which is heavily guarded and under tight government security. It turns out to be [[spoiler: a factory run by the Ministry of Health for mass-producing wooden coffins to deal with the expected homefront casualties.]] You can almost see the anvils falling, but the effect is [[NightmareFuel chilling]].

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* IGotBetter: In later series, the Prodcers seem to have forgotten that Milner had ''lost his leg'', as he moves perfectly freely.
** Some of this can be explained with FridgeBrilliance; he struggles a lot more in the earlier series because his injury is more recent and he's lacking confidence. In later episodes, he's more used to it and is in a better place physically and psychologically, and so doesn't struggle as much. He's still quite mobile for someone with a missing leg in several ways, however.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: In "A Lesson in Murder", Foyle and Sam investigate a factory where one of the suspects works, which is heavily guarded and under tight government security. It turns out to be [[spoiler: a factory run by the Ministry of Health for mass-producing wooden coffins to deal with the expected homefront casualties.]] You can almost see the anvils falling, but the effect is [[NightmareFuel chilling]].chilling]].
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25th Apr '13 3:01:11 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Some of this can be explained with FridgeBrilliance; he struggles a lot more in the earlier series because his injury is more recent and he's lacking confidence. In later episodes, he's more used to it and is in a better place physically and psychologically, and so doesn't struggle as much. He's still quite mobile for someone with a missing leg in several ways, however.
11th Feb '13 2:33:49 PM JohnPotts
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* IGotBetter: In later series, the Prodcers seem to have forgotten that Milner had ''lost his leg'', as he moves perfectly freely.
31st Jan '12 5:36:43 AM PaulA
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* FanPreferredCouple: Despite a 27-year age difference between the characters, 73 percent of Foyle’s War related fanfics found on FanFictionDotNet as of the beginning of 2012 romantically pair Christopher Foyle and his driver Samantha Stewart.
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