Dr. Douglas Monaghan and his his two assistants investigate the case of Carol Fleming, a personal friend of Monaghan's, who sees her double, Helen Reid, at a local museum. The women chat ... See full summary »

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Dr. Douglas Monaghan and his his two assistants investigate the case of Carol Fleming, a personal friend of Monaghan's, who sees her double, Helen Reid, at a local museum. The women chat over coffee and learn that they share the same taste in art and are both married to men named Gordon. When they realize that they are the same age and have the same birth date, they realize they must be twins. Monaghan is interested in Carol's dreams where she sees herself and twin girls watching a doll's house burning. He invites Carol and Helen to come to the lab to see if they have a telepathic connection as well and they score an almost unbelievable 100% on the test. After an auto accident in which her husband is killed, Helen moves in with Carol temporarily but but Carol begins to worry when her husband shoes an interest in her identical twin. Carol has her own secrets however and as their relationship deteriorates, so does their telepathic ability. Written by garykmcd

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Capaldiwatching, interrupted

I started watching this after seeing a discussion among Capaldi fans describing him performing a supposedly very explicit sex scene in it, and decided to take a look out of what I hope was not entirely lurid curiosity. The episode included two plot elements I can't stand, 1) the idea that paranormal phenomena are real and measurable and 2) someone evil doing evil things while everybody stands around stupidly letting them do it. But I put up with it because Capaldi actually does have a pretty good role in it that involves much more than just pretending to have sex.

Then the sex scene happened and I felt sick. Nobody had mentioned it's actually a rape scene, and Capaldi's character is the one you see getting raped. Well, what has been seen cannot be unseen, and I suppose simulating getting raped is part of the contemporary actor's repertoire and most likely did him no harm. Also, thankfully, it was not that explicit. I stopped watching after that.


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