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26 Questions You Always Ask When You Watch "Midsomer Murders"

WHY ARE THERE SO MANY MURDERS IN THE COUNTRYSIDE?

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2. Seriously. Why have so many people died?

It is *simply* astonishing.

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13. Why couldn't we see the murderer's face?

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You don't really mind though, because you're trying to work out whether you can solve the case before they do, by judging all of the character's facial expressions.

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23. Oh great someone else is now dead, right?

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If you didn't waste time drinking wine, walking slowly and thinking about ribena we wouldn't be here right now. But this death produces new leads.

25. Oh god I haven't fallen asleep in front of the TV have I?

Last night I fell asleep on the sofa whilst watching a recorded episode of Midsomer Murders. Just in case you wondered how middle-aged I am.

Ian Power@IHPower

Last night I fell asleep on the sofa whilst watching a recorded episode of Midsomer Murders. Just in case you wondered how middle-aged I am.

12:58 PM - 8 Mar 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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Oh dear! Once again my planned "early night" turned into a "fall asleep in front of #MidsomerMurders night"

Louisa Bland@LouBcakes

Oh dear! Once again my planned "early night" turned into a "fall asleep in front of #MidsomerMurders night" 😳😳😴😴

11:06 PM - 6 Apr 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

Yes. You have. Well done you.

It's now 10.55pm. You have woken up in front of the television, only to find that Barnaby has caught the person responsible for the murders.

Oh of course. It was the brother-in-law's secret cousin's lesbian lover's dog walker who killed everyone.

But having gotten your guess of who was guilty wrong (before passing out for most of the entire show), you're starting to wish that there was a different culprit entirely.

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