#Broadchurch: Your 140 character reviews of episode three
Broadchurch continues to cause frustration among tweeters.
Popular guesses about whodunit on the social media site included the vicar, Danny’s sister and Ellie Miller’s husband. According to the Twitter account “Broadchurch” the least suspected character so far is the editor of the local newspaper.
The ITV eight-part drama was still trending two hours after it was broadcast, with 880 tweets per minute according to Twitter analytics site Second Sync.
Ellie Miller’s quip to Alec Harding “with respect, sir, walk away from me now, or I will piss in a cup and throw it at you” went down a treat last night. But you were more wary of Will Mellor’s psychic means, and Pauline Quirke’s shady character.
#Broadchurch was annoying tonight, an hour wasted on finding out Danny's dad's having an affair.— Chelsea Long (@Chelsea_JL1) March 18, 2013
I think Caroline Pickles has something to hide. She's never been the same since Lorraine Chase killed her in Emmerdale #Broadchurch—p Philip Meeks (@PhilipMeeks) March 18, 2013
Interesting teases of plot points to come, it keeps skirting uncomfortably into the region of child abuse without *going there* #Broadchurch—p Niamh Keoghan (@Keofunkel) March 19, 2013
This reporter is a snake, someone needs to smack her smug face #Broadchurch—p Ore Williams (@oreawilliams) March 19, 2013
I think it was Fatboy Slim, on the beach with a killer bassline... #broadchurch—p Eddie Thomas (@Bigedd) March 18, 2013
Find myself drawn into #Broadchurch in spite of it being hard to believe that very close friend of victim's family would be assigned case.— Adrian Last (@LeffeAt49DS) March 19, 2013
Funny to think that the regional accents in The Killing might have been rubbish for all we know #Broadchurch—p Deri Robins (@DeriOffDuty) March 18, 2013
Decided that #Broadchurch is a bit like a British, modern day L.A Noire in a way.— Jade (@checkleyy) March 18, 2013
His son has just died but all he wants is sex, what a knob #Broadchurch—p Miss Trunchbull (@AleynaAAkin) March 19, 2013
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