#Broadchurch: Tweeters keep guessing whodunit in episode six
Ellie Miller's husband Joe has emerged as the prime suspect on Twitter
Ellie Miller’s husband has emerged as the lead suspect among tweeters. Susan and Nige remain questionable, but many have guessed that Tom and Miller’s husband were in some covert internet ploy with Danny.
Episode six attracted a lot of tweets about the death of Susan Wright’s dog Bailey, with a lot of viewers saying they felt sadder about the Labrador’s demise than the deaths of Danny or Jack Marshall.
Viewers were shocked by Pauline’s Quirke’s sudden sinister turn, and concerned about whether David Tennant would recover in time for the next episode.
There were the usual impatient comments about wanting to know who the murderer is, but tweeters can rest assured there are only two weeks to go until the killer is revealed.
Tom smashes the laptop, The plumber shoots the dog, Alec dies on us and I STILL don't have a fucking scooby doo #broadchurch—p kristina paraskeva (@KristinaInFurs) April 8, 2013
That was a hectic episode of #Broadchurch. Now that Vince the dog is out of the picture, I reckon Thatcher did it— Michael Hogan (@michaelhogan) April 8, 2013
Everyone's now saying its Tom's Dad?! #broadchurch—p Emily. (@emily_moz) April 9, 2013
Not Vicar Paul, not Susan, Mark's mate's too obvious. I'm going with Tom's Dad. What d'y 'think? #broadchurch—p Mary Sullivan (@Raffmair) April 9, 2013
Everyone can cope with the death of a fictional child but when there's a crossbow aimed at a labrador there will be outrage #broadchurch—p karen edith millar (@karenmillar) April 8, 2013
Scared because I'm starting to doubt David Tennant #Broadchurch—p Tatie (@KatieeSavagee) April 8, 2013
Why is the 10th doctor trying to wind up Rory? And why is Rory pretending to be a priest and not a roman? #broadchurch—p Ali M (@stiffpigeons) April 8, 2013
Drove to Yeovil for a alcoholic meeting, sounds about right.. #Broadchurch—p Bethenny Grace (@TheVampsBethy) April 8, 2013
I'm in med school but i can't figure out what's wrong with Hardy. Heart failure? Brain tumor? Stomac cancer? Mental disorder? #Broadchurch—p Charlie the Unicorn. (@zozimene) April 9, 2013
NO SUSAN WRIGHT YOU COW #broadchurch—p sam kershaw (@kerswhore) April 8, 2013
by the way... I don't have an alibi for the night Danny died and actually starting to wonder if Im the killer #broadchurch—p katie kelly (@miss_kt_kelly_x) April 8, 2013
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