Doctor Foster Fans Spot Glaring Mistake In Final Episode
SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LATEST EPISODE OF DOCTOR FOSTER
Last night, the finale of Doctor Foster was shown on BBC, and the feeling of some viewers is that it fell a bit flat.
It was watched by an average of 7.2 million viewers, many of whom were probably expecting something a little more juicy in the finale. In the penultimate episode, it looked like Gemma was about to run her ex over with her car as she drove full-speed at Simon.
However, at the start of the final episode, she veers off and heads to find her son, Tom. Oh. Okay then.
After a whole load of tension, the final episode ends with her son running away. Is that it?!
#DoctorFoster series two was a very disappointing sequel. Characters all over the place, bizarre finale and a completely ridiculous plot.- Cameron Mackay (@cameronmackay_) 4 October 2017
So as you can probably imagine, fans are up in arms about the 'disappointing' ending. But that's not all.
A lot of people are pretty peeved at the 'cork scene' which has some major continuity issues. See if you can spot it...
So the cork in her hand is... well, made of cork. But in the flashback, the cork they pop is actually made of plastic. Plus, it flies off into the distance. So how the hell did it end up in his hand?!
Twitter users were not happy...
Erm that cork popped in the garden and then miraculously appeared in his hand lame #doctorfoster- tamsee13 (@tamsee13) 4 October 2017
Whoever does the continuity needs to watch the programme - wrong cork from bottle & times different on watch in restaurant #DoctorFoster- Alison Brown (@AllyB65) 4 October 2017
How come the champagne cork popped right over next door's fence......but was still in his hand! #DoctorFoster- Gary Marsh (@Marsh2Gary) 3 October 2017
Did I miss something with the cork popping? & magically reappearing in Simon's hand ♀️ #DoctorFoster- COOPER (@xcurlytwigx) 3 October 2017
Most dramatic thing in Doctor Foster was when that champagne cork shot fifty feet into the air only for it to be in his hand a second later!- Spence Chaplin (@Apothecary1874) 3 October 2017
Did Simon carry the Cork around all these years until he needed it? That must have been uncomfy in his pocket everyday.. #DoctorFoster- Adam Tungatt (@adachops) 3 October 2017
Yup, it's #CorkGate people. Maybe they did it on purpose to distract from the terrible ending? Who knows.
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Featured Image Credit: BBC