Peaky Blinders finale

Peaky Blinders episode 6 review | Small Heath, big gun.

Published by jamdog on 17th October, 2013.

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Previously on Peaky Blinders: Grace was an undercover lover with a fondness for karaoke and emotionally inaccessible bad boys. Having being viciously friendzoned by Grace, Paisley Campballs visits the Chinese quarter to get a ride from a Celestial no doubt buying into orientalist notions of their females’ inherent submissiveness. She love him long time but he cuts up a little rough and she doesn’t want a cuddle afterwards. He really is in a state. Tommoi pops in for a chat to and Campballs monologues on the similarities between the two “We hate people and they in turn hate us”. That may well be true but I think the key difference is Tommoi doesn’t have to pay for pussy you raddled old fuck.

 “We hate people and they in turn hate us”. That may well be true but I think the key difference is Tommoi doesn’t have to pay for pussy you raddled old fuck.

Well there’s that and the fact that he will soon be joining the official National Association of Racecourse Bookmakers, taking his crime family legit and fucking up Billy Kimber‘s men in the process. He’s planning all-out war at Worcester Races – the Blinders and the Lees against Kimber and his crew of flunkies. It’s always good to have a veteran on the team so they bust Freddie out of custody with the help of a bent guard and PTSD Danny. Ada reconciles with Tommoi and has named her boy Karl after Karl Marx. Things are looking good for the Shelbys.

That thick buck hands her a letter from Campballs then calls her a whore. Hey, best not to slut shame Grace, fatty. She’s killed more Irishmen than Cromwell.

Not so for Grace who meets with that thick buck who hands her a letter from Campballs then calls her a whore. Hey, best not to slut shame Grace, fatty. She’s killed more Irishmen than Cromwell. In the letter Campballs drizzles on about the sprained vagina he suffered as a result of her rejection of his marriage proposal. Worse is to follow as he drops her right in it by tipping the Kimbers off to Tommoi’s doublecross. They are heading up the Stratford Road to snuff the Peaky Blinders out. Tommoi quietly swallows something hard and jagged – betrayed by a black velvet band.

In the letter Campballs drizzles on about the sprained vagina he suffered as a result of her rejection of his marriage proposal

Polly visits Grace to badmouth her and Grace is appalled – that’s the worst Birmingham accent she’s ever heard. Polly isn’t listening though and gives her a choice: leave or die. Grace takes a moment before deciding that leaving is probably the better of those two options.

Polly visits Grace to badmouth her and Grace is appalled – that’s the worst Birmingham accent she’s ever heard.

Back in Garrison Lane the Blinders are outnumbered 3-to-1. Perhaps they could defeat them with poetry, Benjamin Zephaniah? Does his faith preclude spoken word violence? “God says he don’t deal with Small Heath” says the Villa fan and you can’t argue with that.

The Kimber men approach. John and Freddie bring out big old machine guns and it’s like prohibition America. As the crews face-off against each other with guns drawn Ada rolls up and gives a really shit junior debating society speech about boys and their guns making widows and it has an immediate effect. Kimber starts blasting just to drown out her noise. He plugs Danny who’s dead for real this time so Tommoi puts one in Kimber’s noggin and the fight is over.

Campballs kills Grace and 50 million Irishmen around the world breathe a sigh of relief as a self-hating genocidal maniac is finally put to bed. As a Brucie Bonus we never have to hear that bitch sing again.

All that’s left is for Tommoi to dump Grace and Campballs to kill her and 50 million Irishmen around the world breathe a sigh of relief as a self-hating genocidal maniac is finally put to bed. As a Brucie Bonus we never have to hear that bitch sing again.

I do love a happy ending.

The verdict: Shelby coming around the mountain.

Marks out of 10: 7.5

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