Reviews of unforgotten: A corpse was found headlessly and endlessly, but otherwise held as a Siberian mammoth, in the junkyard at Haringey, north of London. She has been in a fridge in a cellar for years.
These new archaeologists, the housing clearing contractors, jumped from the cellar to the end of the freezer when the occupant became a former occupant. Bienvenue in the coldest case of the cold.
Have you ever been looking for a Millwall FC tattoo to mark a dead man? Nor do I. But this is DI Sunny Khan’s least significant question (Sanjeev Bhaskar) as ITV’s fourth season of crime series Unforgotten starts. Who stashes the frozen peas into a corpse.
Late in 2020, according to Sunny, after 30 years of nominative misallocation, Snickers had briefly been renamed Marathon. Marathons are manufactured in plastic wrappers after this unwelcome reboot.
If Fran’s right eyebrow could speak, he’d say, “Will that go anywhere, grandad?” The two Sunny’s eyebrows suggest, although nonverbally, “Of course, it’s somewhere! The marathon wrapper shows that for at least three decades the body has been in the freezer.