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I really thought I was good at accents, but throughout the whole thing I became convinced that British people must call their superior women "Mum". I did start to psychoanalyse the British for Mommy issues. Until I find out hot Scotsmen say "Ma'am" this way.
That aside, the series was great. Suspenseful, hot and had me hooked.
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