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Ok, admittedly this kind of show isn't my thing... but
I watched episode one for a bit and they found a murdered woman,
apparently suffocated with a tv-cable tied in a... tum tum TUM... square knot.
for those unfamiliar with the term, a square knot is pretty much THE simplest knot you can tie two ends of rope together with.
It is a simpler version of the knot everybody uses to tie their shoelaces with. (no loops)
So the the "investigator" goes "hey, this must be military, marine core, somebody that knows a lot about knots"
REALLY. that's what he said.
So I go "UGH, its one of those series"
But then: a close-up of the knot... and it ISN'T a square knot! O.O
It is what we call in dutch "een oud wijf", an old lady, the ONLY way you can actually tie the simplest knot in existence WRONG.
Great production value, guys...
must be military.
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