Poking fun at a cliché with Michael Kitchen at his deadpan best.
In a piece for the Daily Mail (Jan. 5, 2008) published shortly before broadcast of All Clear, the original final episode of Foyle’s War, Anthony Horowitz wrote:
We began in May 1940 and finish, poignantly, on VE Day when everyone is celebrating except for one detective, who is drawn into a final murder investigation. Curiously, this was one of the first ideas I pitched to Michael over that non-lunch in Manchester. And I was glad that were able to entice Julian Ovenden, who plays Foyle’s son, Andrew, back. He was the only regular who left the show, forcing me to break up his growing romance with Sam.
Springing forward with an extra pick-me-up.
For St. Patrick’s Day, a riot of exaggerated chewing from Michael Kitchen playing the dastardly William Reid in Kidnapped, one of several occasions he has worked on location in Ireland.
After two weeks of evidently mind-blowing sex, Daisy has fallen in lust, while Henry feigns modesty and continues his charade of being similarly lovestruck. Another complete conquest seems to be within his grasp.
Little wonder that Daisy was ‘barmy’ about Henry Kent. When he lays on that charm, he’s quite irresistible. Thanks for more wonderful pics.
Yes, and who better to play him than MK, who’s usually irresistible without even trying!