Season 8 - Episode 8: Family Values

Episode 8: Family Values

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When a flier from a local Catholic high school drama production connects three murders, Goren and Eames must understand the psychology of a religious fanatic before he claims another victim.


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Comments (3)

  • KE

    2 years ago


    Demand 5: Since 14h30 today, Saturday, streaming of this programme has been plagued by freezing. I just successfully watched another Demand 5 programme, so I know it is not a configuration issue (browser, Flash version, etc.) After a torturous 15 minutes, I gave up and ran a check. I am getting a download speed of 810 kbps (bits per second) and cannot stream Demand 5! That is ridiculous!! Yes, I have complained to my ISP, but 810 kbps when 280 kbps would more than suffice is ludicrous. No wonder people experience freezing and the like. Demand 5, please (a) lower your default bandwidth considerably so that more people can actually enjoy watching your programmes and (b) offer an option to permit viewers choice, thus enabling those streaming to their TV sets to set it higher if they can support it, while the rest of us are not regularly shut out. Well, at least BBC's Lower Bandwidth option only requires 480 kbps... Another Dissatsified Customer is forced to leave...

  • Sher Linc

    2 years ago

    Sher Linc

    The penultimate scene leading to the recogniton of an innate dark motivation and then the confession was truly captivating. I question the neceesity to be that graphic with opening violence scenes, The tension from casting, music and pace was ample atmospher!Voicing the taboo of parent's conflicting feelings towards the attractive beauty of their own pubescent children. gave ample power without need to see violence. Powerful show

  • fagus1

    2 years ago


    Considering the current climate in the US. I doubt a conservative xtian school would allow a gay drama teacher to teach in it's school.