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Old 05-05-2009, 03:09 PM   #12
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I'm easily amused, so I liked this episode. Glad Al got his superstitious nature back; I like it when the tough guy acts like a scaredy-cat, lol.

In terms of writing, it reminded me of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None." If Sam hadn't leapt in, I guess everyone would have been gone, one at a time. I also liked the way they (well, AL) used misdirection to accuse each and every person of being a murderer. I don't think the Museum guy confessed to killing anyone, so those were mysterious, yet explainable, deaths. The kerosene explosion wasn't unexplainable - that fire was very close to the fuel tent.

Overall, we enjoyed it, even the parts that made us jump.
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