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The interconnectedness of all things [Dirk Gently]
Last night was the concluding episode of series one of Dirk Gently featuring these two:
Many of you will know Dirk Gently from the novels written by the late, great Douglas Adams (who would have been 60 this year). The BBC has recently adapted a television series which began with a pilot episode last year and has continued with a three part series this year.
These episodes are not based on the books, but draw strong influences from them (expect St Cedds college and so forth). One of the main divergences is the presence of MacDuff who acts as a foil to Gently, in a similar dynamic to the Holmes-Watson relationship.
In my opinion the series, whilst not as inventive and expansive as the novels is still a very silly (in a good way) series that I believe captures the spirit of the books.
I was wondering whether any of you chaps had been watching and your views on it?