I agree that the Andrew character was a tool. But Julian Ovenden really brought the pretty. And I loved seeing Foyle bask in the awesomeness he perceived his son to possess.
And Thank Bloody Heaven Andrew appears to be permanently out of the picture.
It's so weird to see Foyle driving himself. Totally expected but weird.
I so hope this happens.
I liked the reference to Fifty Ships when Foyle said he may go to America to tidy up some "unfinished business." That scene from Fifty Ships is a favorite; "You have not escaped justice, you have merely postponed it."
And just a couple of nits. I wish they'd come up with some sort of explanation for why Foyle (and Sam?) would go to London and not see Andrew. I also would have liked to see Foyle introducing himself as "I'm a policeman. Name's Foyle."
Edited by adelaide97, May 9, 2010 @ 3:51 PM.