In Arthurian legend, the Fisher King, also known as the Wounded King or Maimed King, is the last in a long line charged with keeping the Holy Grail. Versions of the original story vary widely, but he is always wounded in the legs or groin and incapable of standing. Jumping to the present we see people trying to revive some of the old legend. But there's a murderer amongst them. Piecing together all the parts is a task in credibility if not in plausibility. What did the mysterious murderer think to gain after exactly revenge upon so many? I don't like Sergeant Scott's way of treating people with his constant voice tone of insinuating that everyone is lying to him. Too little time give to my favorite character, Joyce. Trying to understand the English living today is difficult because they keep dragging in events and connections from centuries in the past. Perhaps Tom Barnaby would be better off dragging along a psychic than a sergeant?
I could not watch this as it doesn't have CC or SDH. This is not mentioned in "full record".
- - After checking further ,I've found that SDH in this series begins at Episode 48.
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