Prodigal Son – Bad Manners

by Alan Rapp on February 11, 2021

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Prodigal Son – Bad Manners
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Prodigal Son - Bad Manners television review

While Malcom (Tom Payne) and Jessica (Bellamy Young) both worry about Ainsley (Halston Sage), the murder of the week gives the daughter of the Surgeon (Michael Sheen) the inside track on a big story involving a killer targeting failed debutants from her old finishing school. “Bad Manners” is most notable for the creepy doll maker (Christopher Denham) and the manner in which the victims are displayed after death to hide perceived imperfections. The episode also ties back to JT‘s (Frank Harts) run in with a racist cop, which seems to conclude here (although it’s possible there could be lingering consequences down the line). The experience, in which Ainsley almost dies by taking a huge chance and walking into a murderer’s lair, gives Malcolm second thoughts on whether keeping the truth from his sister is the best thing for her. His parents, on the other hand, may have their own plans on how to best protect their daughter.

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