Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge
January 12, 2022 10:51 AM - Season 3, Episode 11 - Subscribe

Poirot is taken ill during a weekend shooting party, which ends when the unpopular host is found murdered in his study.
posted by Carillon (3 comments total)
 
I do love the create a second character from someone we've already seen gimmick, and thus liked this one. I thought the scene too of finding the bicycle in the muck and mire was well shot. The whole event came across as pretty upper class, I think I'm lacking the cultural knowledge to know exactly how bougie this event is meant to be. Solid episode though all around.
posted by Carillon at 10:53 AM on January 12


I was very confused and had to replay the opening scene again, trying to sort out the relationship between all the characters. I think there was some funny business with switching the POV camera angles too. Also wouldn’t the “man with the bushy beard” have to buy a ticket at the first station (and therefore be noticed) before getting off at the second? Bad luck scheduling the murder the weekend that Poirot was there but I don’t suppose Zoe could’ve kept up with the double role for another week. And WHAT was that meal Poirot was rhapsodizing about?
posted by TWinbrook8 at 2:02 PM on January 13


My family constantly uses the line where Poirot says, "One can leave?!" at almost every social gathering.
posted by knownassociate at 8:39 AM on January 25


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