Broadchurch viewers reckon they know a lot more than Mark Latimer when it comes to stalking.
Last night's (March 27) game-changing episode not only blew fan theories out of the water, but also featured the return of Broadchurch's original villain Joe Miller (Matthew Gravelle) when Mark (Andrew Buchan) took a trip to Liverpool.
Mark tracked down the man who killed his son Danny, staring at him from afar while Joe was working, leading us to wonder if Mark is planning on taking revenge.
Viewers quickly noticed a distinct flaw in his plan if he did plan to make Joe pay...
"So the vigilante heads off in the company van," one joked on Twitter, with another adding: "Nothing like sneaking off to kill your son's murderer in a van that has your name plastered across it. Much stealth, very Bond."
Nothing like sneaking off to kill your son's murderer in a van that has your name plastered across it. Much stealth, very Bond. #broadchurch- Amy Andrews (@AmyJAndrews) March 27, 2017
And they weren't the only ones.
...Mark sneaks up on Joe Miller in a van with his name on the side... #broadchurch- Linda Wells (@LindaWells01) March 27, 2017
Just off on a vigilante justice mission, it's hush hush, so I'll just go in my personalised works van #broadchurch- Jonty Forster (@jontyforster) March 27, 2017
No way will the police be able to track mark if he kills Joe in revenge- Paul Middlewood (@PaulMiddlewood1) March 27, 2017
Not like he drove to Liverpool in his mark Latimer van#broadchurch
Good work taking the van with your name written on the side of it, Mark. That should give you an advantage sneaking up on Joe. #broadchurch- Andrew James Sillett (@andrewsillett) March 27, 2017
#broadchurch so you go to Liverpool to murder someone, with your name plastered all over your van, not a good move 😂- Debs Hatton (@Trollybird) March 27, 2017
Yes, Mark, go of to commit a crime in a van with your name plastered on the side #broadchurch- Emily (@emmyl_13) March 27, 2017
The episode also saw Laura Benson (Kelly Gough) recall her attack that happened two years ago as DIs Miller (Olivia Colman) and Hardy (David Tennant) found their net widening even further.
Next week sees the duo bring in a new suspect for questioning after finding devastating new evidence linking him to the crime.
Find out what it is when Broadchurch continues next Monday (April 3) at 9pm on ITV.
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