#Broadchurch: Your 140 character reviews of episode four
The fourth episode of Broadchurch continued to confuse the Twittersphere
Now halfway through the series, elderly newsagent Jack Marshall has emerged as the prime suspect. But viewers thought the “old man” was too obvious to have been the killer.
Popular guesses this week included the vicar, Ellie Miller’s husband and the editor of the local paper.
Ladbrokes has revealed its odds for the killer, putting top suspect Jack Marshall a 1/2, Susan Wright at 3/1 and Rev Peter Coates at 6/1. DI Alec Hardy is the least likely choice with odds of 50/1, and DS Ellie Miller is on at 25/1, yet a few Tweeters thought she could be the suspect.
There's so much soft focus I think I'm developing cataracts #broadchurch—p Alan Carr (@AlanCarr) March 25, 2013
Seriously, what happened to Viking River Cruises sponsoring #Broadchurch? Shame? Budget? Taste?— Jerome Turner (@jezturner) March 25, 2013
I am still convinced it was the photographer who didn't show up for sports day who did it #broadchurch—p Cassie Cope (@CassieCope11) March 26, 2013
Vicar did it. Loves Beth,framing Mark, brainwashed Will Mellor,hacked Danny's social sites,made Danny plant bloody fingerprint. #Broadchurch—p Patrick Warburton (@PaddyWarburton) March 26, 2013
#broadchurch Idea that Mark Latimer is child of Jack and Susan/Elaine given up for adoption has grabbed me, but whodunnit?— Anne Paterson (@AnneKPaterson) March 25, 2013
Miller's husband. Convinced. Until next week when I'm convinced its someone else #broadchurch—p Harriet Gunning (@HarrietGunning) March 25, 2013
I think we all know exactly what happened to rule breakers at Hogwarts now, don't we Mr Filch? #Broadchurch—p Parry (@ClachelRements) March 25, 2013
Pauline Quirk was never this terrifying in Birds of a Feather ... #Broadchurch—p Zoey Lulabelle (@Zoeylulabelle) March 26, 2013
In an unlikely turn of events I've just become a suspect #broadchurch (along with everyone else)— Matthew Broughton (@Broughton500) March 25, 2013
Although I do keep expecting Olivia Coleman to say "there's nothing like a bit of girl on girl" #Broadchurch HotFuzz— Kelly-Anne Smith (@KellyAnneVoice) March 26, 2013
Nowt happens on this program. , then having to wait another week to see if anything else happens #broadchurch—p scargi (@JakeScargill) March 25, 2013
So what your saying ITV, is everyone in Dorset is shifty and can't be trusted. Thanks for the heads-up. #Broadchurch—p Ben Alyn Francis (@benalynfrancis) March 26, 2013
#Broadchurch is so wtf— Lucy(@pistachiohs) March 26, 2013
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