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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Adrian Lukis (Mr. Hardiman) and Joanna David (Mrs. Powell) at the "funk hole" in Ep. 2.4 appeared together in 1995's Pride and Prejudice as George Wickham and Elizabeth Bennett's Aunt Gardiner, respectively. See more
When Mrs Powell answers the phone as is asked who is calling she says, "They didn't say". The use of "they" as a gender-vague singular pronoun is a very recent change to the language. Back then she would have said "He didn't say" or "She didn't say" as appropriate. See more
[Mr. Powell, a blind WWI veteran, finds his own son deserted from his regiment and is living in the house under an assumed name
I couldn't take it anymore! You don't understand...
Of course I understand! You didn't want to end up like me.