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Forget the “will they or won’t they”; it seems resolved that they won’t. Writer Patrick Harbinson, whose credits include “The Mind Has Mountains” from last season, also touches on the question of traditional gender roles, citing everything from Shakespeare to Monty Python.
(According to her biography at the University of Tennessee Knoxville Library website, “Her father named her William at the suggestion of a family friend, who believed that giving his most recent daughter a masculine name would alleviate his disappointment at her not having been born male.” To which Miranda Thornton and Laura Hobson would shout “Bah!
”) Petulant Sebastian fills the obligatory role of the privileged student in this episode.
Early in the episode, Professor Thornton lectures on the duality of Shakespeare’s women: “for every female character in Shakespeare who conforms to society there is one who flouts it,” she says.
That goes right down to Cressida who, in the professor’s words, “wished she was a man.” Even Laura Hobson can’t avoid scrutiny.
Such conduct of convenience does not sit well with Inspector Lewis, whose moral compass is always in full working order.