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‘In The Flesh’ react: Simon wigs out and Kieren goes au naturel

We’ve said it once, and we’ll keep saying it — this show is brilliant. Every episode of  In The Flesh  unravels a new mystery and keeps us on the edge of our futons (hey, we haven’t been out of college  that  long). In this episode we find out exactly what’s going on with Amy and her reactions to the PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) treatments, what Simon’s “prophet” expects him to do with his boyfriend, and that Maxine’s landlord may have secrets about the First Risen. Let’s get right down to the dirty deets! Read More... //community.ew.com/2014/06/08/in-the-flesh-react-simon-wigs-out-kieren-goes-au-naturel/

In the Flesh Series 2 Episode 5 Review

Even if next week’s finale of  In the Flesh  turns out to be terrible, this fifth instalment in the second series pretty much justifies the extended episode order all by itself. Packed full of everything that makes this show so special in the first place, episode five gives us backstory, character development, plenty of near-deaths and a great lead-in to next week’s final episode. Maxine might be the designated villain of series two, but the best new addition by far has been Simon, who this week finally gets a storyline of his own, albeit in flashback. Sometimes this approach can backfire for shows but here, with the reveal of his importance to the public PDS approach and subsequent rejection from his family nicely paralleling with Kieron’s own journey, it works brilliantly. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/06/03/flesh-series-2-episode-5-review/