TV Review: Inside No. 9 - Once Removed
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After two well-recieved episodes, the third tale from the fourth season of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton's anthology series continues to impress. Described at a BFI event last year as "Memento meets Midsomer Murders", this week's meticulously woven tale, 'Once Removed' plays not only with our expectations, but with time as well. In the same way that 'Zanzibar' toyed with Shakespearean vernacular and theatrics, 'Once Removed' proves to be a masterclass in comic timing, playing with narrative structure to ingenious effect.
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