Am I the only person left feeling disappointed by the final episode of the BBC's Life On Mars ? I skillfully avoided hearing how it ended for 5 days and finally caught up with it on my Sky+ box last night, and although gripping, it also left me feeling a bit let down.
I understand that he could have picked up his "modern" policing techniques from Hyde CID, but there were too many questions left unanswered. For example :
1) If he isn't Sam Tyler and is undercover from Hyde and suffering amnesia, won't his memory come back and he return to Hyde ?
2) If he imagined the future, how could he know all the technological advances (Virgin mobile phones, stingers, CD's, etc, etc ?
3) If he imagined the future, how could he know about future events (The Birmingham Six, Starsky and Hutch, Semtex, modern names for heroin, etc, etc)
To me it just seemed like the ending was tacked on as an after thought.
Shame, as it was a great series, just let down right at the very end.