‘Poldark’ teasers: 10 spoiler-free hints for Season 2’s finale

The new season of Cornish period drama Poldark concludes on BBC One this weekend.

In the final episode of Season 2, Dwight enlists in the navy to forget Caroline, and Demelza visits Verity to spend some time apart from Ross. While Ross considers rejoining his regiment, Elizabeth and George settle into married life, but George’s plans provoke the locals to riot.

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Here are 10 spoiler-free lines of dialogue from Season 2 Episode 10, which airs at 9pm on Sunday 6 November on BBC One.

Can you guess who says which line?

 

‘Stand and deliver!’

‘Urine?’

‘Up to now I have offered no violence, but if you persist…’

‘Don’t tempt me, Mr Painter, I would dearly love to send you to the Devil’

‘This is the Sugar Sickness.’

‘How long will it take you to forgive me?’

‘I’ve had my fill of court.’

‘Your gamble has paid off.’

‘If you trust me naught and I trust you naught then what is the point of this marriage at all?’

 

Buy Season 1 on DVD on Amazon here.

Pre-order Season 2 on Amazon here.

Watch the Season 2 trailer…

Are you looking forward to Season 2’s finale? Let us know below…

  • Sissi

    Thanks for the ever entertaining reviews, Rob!

    My suggestions are:

    ‘Stand and deliver!’ = Jud

    ‘Urine?’= Ray Penvenen

    ‘Up to now I have offered no violence, but if you persist…’ = Ross

    ‘Don’t tempt me, Mr Painter, I would dearly love to send you to the Devil’ = Tom Harry

    ‘This is the Sugar Sickness.’ = Dr Enys

    ‘How long will it take you to forgive me?’ = Ross

    ‘I’ve had my fill of court.’ = Ross or George

    ‘Your gamble has paid off.’ = Caroline

    ‘If you trust me naught and I trust you naught then what is the point of this marriage at all?’ = Demelza

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    Oh, the previews and summaries of the finale of Poldark are promising rather a different ending to this second series than one could expect after reading the novel “Warleggan”. I just hope that amidst or even after all that action that seems to be coming our way the makers of the show are going to deliver the most important thing that there is: a reconciliation between Ross and Demelza. All else is actually incidental.

    PS. I counted nine lines of dialogue, not ten. 😉

    • Francine Waldman

      I agree to almost ll except, your gamble has paid off. It could be Ross thanking Caroline for paying his debt.