October 1940: Someone's stealing supplies to sell on the black market. Foyle is accused of spreading alarm in a London bomb shelter and so he ends up at home with his despondent injured son. The 'funk hole' houses elites willing to pay to live in a safe place in the country. Written by
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Foyle's son, Andrew, says in this episode that he was eight years old when his mother died. But the year is 1940 and other episodes establish that Andrew is 22 in 1940 and that his mother died in 1932, making him at least 14 at the time. See more
Mrs. Bradley's got me fixing her car. An old beast of a thing.
Mrs. Bradley or the car?
References Gone with the Wind