Too Close fans in meltdown over huge cliffhanger – but some fans notice ‘gaffe’
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Too Close fans were left gripped by tonight's second instalment of the show which ended with a fiery cliffhanger.
Dr Emma Robertson (Emily Watson) is attempted murder suspect Connie Mortensen's (Denise Gough) psychiatrist and has been visiting her after she was accused of an awful crime.
Connie can't remember what happened and also can't remember that her ill mother died just weeks before.
She is in a psychiatric hospital where she is being held for assessment before standing trial, but at the end of tonight's episode she set her room on fire.
Fans were baffled as they questioned how she got hold of a lighter and how no alarms seemed to go off.
One viewer tweeted: "Surely her room would be searched daily to check for things like lighters?!"
While another wrote: "Why aren't the fire alarms going off?"
A third added: "They'd better have fire alarms in place.
"Side note, how come Emma hasn't missed her stolen lighter?"
Dr Emma has been assigned to work with Connie, a woman accused of a horrific crime, but who claims she can't remember anything.
As Dr Emma carries out consultations with Connie, she begins to become obsessed with her case, crossing a professional boundary.
The official synopsis reads: "Dr Robertson is not easily shocked. She’s worked with her fair share of high security patients. However, when she’s sent to assess Connie for trial the two women become dangerously close.
"Connie has a searing insight into Emma’s deepest insecurities and starts to brutally exploit them. Their sessions become a complex psychological game with confusing undercurrents.
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"Emma tries to understand Connie and her complicated relationship with her beautiful best friend, Ness Jones, which seems to have made her snap.
"But as Emma tries to uncover the truth and learn what triggered Connie’s despicable behaviour, it seems that her attempts to see justice done may destroy her instead."
Too Close continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV.
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