[LMB] OT: Phrynne Fisher's Jack Robinson
MATHEWS55 at msn.com
Thu Jan 25 03:24:18 GMT 2018
I just finished watching the first episode of Season 2. Jack is divorced and his ex-wife is seeing a slick and charming gigolo type.
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Subject: [LMB] OT: Phrynne Fisher's Jack Robinson
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2018 08:18:13 +0000 (GMT)
From: "A. Marina Fournier" <saffronrose at me.com>
So, in the first three novels, and possibly an early Miss Fisher Mysteries episode, it is said that Jack Robinson is a family man, married, and I think some children in there.
However, in the MFM episodes, I have yet to see any (other) mention or sight of his family. I don't *think* Phrynne would deliberately engage in flirtation and attempted seduction with a married man, but I could be in error.
Can one of you folk in the Southern reaches, who have presumably had more time to appreciate Miss Fisher, novels and episodes, ?explain to me what's what with Jack and any family he might have?
who watches, on Mondays, Father Brown, Miss Fisher, Doctor Blake (possibly succeeded by The Alienist--I'll give it another episode to see if it works for me and my belle-m?re), and The Good Doctor. Dr. Blake?is?not shown in any order, which drives me bats, since these aren't reruns for me.
Gwynne: If I remember rightly through my current drug-haze, on the TV series
his wife was mentioned a few times, then she'd moved out, and there was a
mutter about divorce. No kids mentioned.
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