No Return viewers clamor for Sheridan Smith’s plot hole ‘nasty and far-fetched’ in latest episode

NO Return viewers pointed out a “nasty and far-fetched” mistake in the second season.

ITV Drama follows the Powell family and their vacation in Turkey when their son Noah is unexpectedly arrested and jailed for sexual assault.

ITV viewers confused because family didn't call British embassy


ITV viewers confused because family didn’t call British embassyCredit: ITV
No Return fans think lawyer Rico has ulterior motives


No Return fans think lawyer Rico has ulterior motivesCredit: ITV

Viewers were quick to point out that mother Kathy (Sheridan Smith) and father Martin (Michael Jibson) did not once call the British embassy for help.

Their dream trip caused a shock when teenager Noah accepted a seemingly innocent invitation to a beach party and was later arrested for sexual assault.

Kathy and Martin’s worlds fall apart spectacularly as they are left to desperately fight for their son’s freedom in the face of extremely difficult circumstances.

The family have reached out to legal representative Rico Karvalci played by Philp Arditti for advice – but fans are suspicious of the lawyer and believe he may have ulterior motives.

Viewers were baffled that the family hadn’t called the British Embassy, ​​with one saying: “#noreturn shouldn’t one of the first things they should do is call the British Embassy?”

Another posted: “Seriously. As if. I wouldn’t even go with a scary lying lawyer to bribe the Turkish police in Turkey. Disappointed they still haven’t been involved yet. of the British Embassy.”

“NoReturn is causing me so much anxiety, for many reasons, especially this family’s refusal to contact the British Embassy,” a third commented.

A fourth person shared: “I’m still surprised the British Embassy is still not involved or has?”

Another added: “Why don’t they use the British Embassy instead of some slippery narcissist? #Noreturn.”

Meanwhile, fans think that they have solved the case after discovering the main clue.

The family isn’t alone on the trip, with Kathy’s chic older sister Megan and her husband Steve (David Mumeni) joining their young son.

Viewers were quick to point the finger at Megan’s other half, who made the news that they wanted to return home to the UK.

The explosion happened after Steve was discovered using a dating app to meet men.

After stringing together the clues, one fan said: “I thought Milo was sexually assaulted but it got lost in translation and it was Uncle not Noah. I think it was for the uncle. see in a meeting, a copy of Grindr”

Another agreed, writing: “I don’t think Noah did it. I think it was Uncle who assaulted that boy.”

Another mused: “I was hooked. After that first episode I thought Milo was sexually assaulted, but it got lost in the Turkish to English translation, and that’s Uncle not Noah.”

And another said: “His uncle is a weird man, he’s doing something that I’m sure of”

Tonight, Kathy’s family is shocked to face the lack of media coverage and opposition from friends going on vacation to support them.

Viewers are loving Sheridan’s latest TV appearance, with one piece writing: “Sheridan Smith seems to be doing a TV spin-off with herself.”

Another said: “Another drama with the excellent Sheridan Smith @ITV@channel5_tv is really spoiling us.”

It’s only February and she’s already starred in three big shows, including the new TV series Tonight, Teacher last week, and Four lives last week.

Some fans pointed their fingers at Steve, Megan's husband


Some fans pointed their fingers at Steve, Megan’s husbandCredit: ITV

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