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Robin Hood S3

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    Not to everyone’s standards and liking I know, but this latest run of Robin Hood has been very good with some nice changes in the dynamic, additions to the cast and most recently a superb cliffhanger <!– s:) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smiley.gif" alt=":)" title="Smiley" /><!– s:) –>

    Incidentally it’s looking as though the series will be running its course with the lead actor leaving, possibly leading to a replacement in his half brother Archer or even a spinoff.

    Personally I don’t mind Jonas Armstrong, if a little dull he does the job. He could never be too charismatic or else he’s overshadow the Sheriff (or Prince John) which of course would never do.

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    Agree with you there, Atomic. This series has been a definite improvement and the anachronisms have not been so blatant as the last two series. Not saying they aren’t there, just not so in-your-face.

    Tuck has been a good addition, a voice of reason. I can quite easily enjoy the show without Much and Alan… One out of two ain’t bad! <!– s;) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!– s;) –>

    I like the way they’ve played with the dynamics this year with Guy apparently switching sides and the Keith Allen Sheriff being mostly absent due to apprent death. Isabella as Sheriff just feels all wrong, though. Nice to have a female villain but no way in a thousand years (give or take) would a woman ever attain such an office… but she does a good job providing the boos and hisses.

    I agree that Archer looks as though he’s being setup to replace Robin next year. Good job of casting there – I can really believe that he’s related to both Guy and Robin.

    Looking forward to the finale and to next year’s shenanigans!

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