The comedy adventures come back from Good in the second season to complete the series. The season opens with the recall of two witch-hunters to the humble village of Little Habbins to try an old woman in the 17th century. On the other hand, Christine accompanied by a man to the house, which makes her life disintegrate and her happiness turns into severe grief.
Comedy turns from Jack Whitehall, Julie Hesmondhalgh and Mark Benton really inject the humour into this episode set inside a sleeper carriage and make it undoubtedly one of the most laugh-out-loud episodes of Inside No 9.
Shearsmith can't help looking shifty in most of his roles - but the writing and performances were so engaging that it hardly mattered. This was inventive, deliciously wicked and utterly characteristic of its creators.