We can only talk about this series based on the on. David and Adele now believe that they have been married, but we know Louise is dead. According to Pinborough, “they [TV executives] wanted a nicer conclusion.” ‘I believe that they wanted Louise to survive,’ she says. Your point is well taken. “But it wasn’t going to happen,” he said. In the novel, the cat was murdered by Rob (as Adele): ‘Oh my god, oh my god,’ I thought as I saw the dead cat for the first time.
” If I were to rewrite it, I probably would have left that part out. When Rob entered Adele’s body, I’m happy they removed it. “Rob gets an abortion” She was pregnant. “It would have been too dark for TV,” he says.
David is still trapped with Rob (in Louise’s body) in a possible second season, and his opportunity for a real shot at happiness is once again in the toilet. While planning their vacation, the couple had just one destination in mind.
As much as Rob may resemble the lady that David fell in love with, his true nature will eventually come to light as the years pass. Unhappy in his relationship, would David end himself attracted to someone else? Or will the wretch ultimately meet his creator in the next several years? Also, Rob has to deal with Adam, but that’s not a narrative we’d want to see.
Pinborough told The Independent that the conclusion was “wonderful.” A few members of the British press were a little snobbish about the program and thought it was silly. That’s OK. As I saw the responses on Twitter, I could not help but grin. “Get on with it,” I said to the ones who disliked it. You’re entitled to dislike it, but you shouldn’t. There are hints to be found. It’s all there, and it’s easy to find. ‘No, it was planned from the beginning,’ I tell them when they believe the twist was thrown in as a shock tactic. A little bit of a shock is OK.”