Post by kenjindomini on Sept 28, 2011 23:47:53 GMT -5
With the Inspector being heartless and thus coming off as cold or uncaring, I see the Constable as his moral compass. He guides the inspector to make more humane decisions when he gets worked up and forgets how. "Blimey Inspector" comes off to me as a "good grief" that he tends to say quite a bit in just about any scenario. Being a constable, presumably from a few decades in our past, he was likely not getting the job satisfaction he was looking for and seeks it out with the Inspector righting wrongs through out history and the future, across the globe and beyond.
So, what if the Constable (as opposed to Constable Wigglesworth) is a trainee that is occasionally assigned to the Inspector, and is a Space Master himself? Another source of the Inspector's Moral nature is his hope to not fail as a mentor, and have the Constable fall like the Sergeant and others have?
Post by leitzankatan on Nov 1, 2011 16:11:15 GMT -5
I like the idea that the Constable is a trainee but thus far the Constable refers only to Wigglesworth, which isn't to say he can't be a infinity knight just joined the CID when the time wave destroyed kayawhatsit. he'd be PC Wigglesworth, sounds alright.
Joseph Gordon Levitt as Benny, the Inspector's "son" who still hasn't made a return?
(It's weird he's married to Christopher Obi, though...)
OMG!! This is what I was trying to think of at the Gally panel. This one little bit stuck in my head and when I mentioned it, no one knew what I was talking about, and I couldn't remember where I saw it.