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death in heaven Tonight’s episode on BBC One cemented Florence Cassell and Neville Parker’s ‘friend zone’.
During last week’s tense scenes, Florence informs her colleague that she sees him as nothing more than a good companion, even though Neville has just poured out his heart for her.
Thereafter, the two exist in a strange bubble of their own, until Neville encounters Florence on the beach.
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Referring to an earlier comment made in the episode, he began: “You said we needed to talk about us and you were right. Because we can’t go on with things like this between us.
“I thought the best thing would be to have some space between us, but that made things even more awkward.”
“You’ve made things quite uncomfortable, sir…” said Florence, before the Detective Inspector really let his emotions flow.
“I know. I didn’t mean that,” she replied. “I just wanted things to go back to the way they used to be between us – guys.
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“Because that’s all, it’s just me getting confused about my feelings for someone who is the most wonderful friend. And I’ll never forgive myself if I don’t try to fix it, because I know That I am the one who broke him.
“Florence, you’re my best friend ever and I don’t want to lose her. So please, please, can we go back to the way we used to be?”
Agreed, she agreed to his proposal, but in true Neville style, the awkwardness immediately returned when he exchanged a hug and then a fist pump.
Will these two really be just friends?
death in heaven Will resume next Friday (January 21) at 9 PM on BBC One.
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