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Fridge Brilliance

  • In Being Human (UK), one episode introduces us to the werewolf Tully, and has Annie warm up to him quickly. She starts showing signs of being attracted to him, and at one point asks to watch him eat breakfast, which she confesses was something she also did with her fiance, Owen. She quickly breaks off any affection when Tully starts grabbing her and making lewd advances towards her. When he grabs her arm, she says "Owen - I mean Tully, stop that!" At the end of the season, we find out why she would connect Tully's actions to Owen. Her fiance was abusive and ultimately murdered her.
  • George's choice for his daughter's name Eve. She is the first of her kind as was Eve from the Bible.
  • Annie in general. Her failure to learn from mistakes, her failure to substantially "grow" as a person, and the way she's locked into particular modes of behaviour. Annoying, perhaps, but this is actually genius - as a ghost she can't really learn or improve because she's just a reflection of herself when she died.
  • When trying to emphasis how old he is, Mr Snow mentions witnessing Pharaohs and "the son of a carpenter". Why does he choose these two examples specifically? Both of them are human beings who were or still are thought to be gods. What Mr Snow is trying to say is that he is older than God.

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