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In this instance, I'll leave final arbitration on that to each of you, as you ponder it.
I want to move on to what was on the box later the same evening.
In the first programme that I caught a brief 'slice' of, Sue Perkins was in India, travelling to the source of the Ganges in search of spiritual enlightenment and yes, Peace.
In the segment that I saw, she talked with a number of people, but always there was a slightly flippant commentary, which was more Sue Perkins the comedienne, than Sue Perkins the seeker after the Spirit.
He invited them to look into the coffin to see who was inside.
The miracle is that the elderly members of the Daughters of Divine Mercy, even though they espouse pretty much the opposite values of a lingerie model, an exotic dancer, a nightclub hostess, a clubbing addict and a secretary, simply by the lives that they lead are serving as agents of God's Grace to five very lost souls.
By the time I switched off, one of the girls had said to her diarycam: "I'm not sure if I've got the wrong reaction, but I feel like I could make myself at home in this bedroom.
The newspaper reviewer that I read on Friday was horrified: "How did a show about naughty nuns end up so dull?
It's almost inconceivable how a premise such as 'Bad Habits, Holy Orders' could result in TV duller than a four hour sermon, but somehow Channel 5 managed and achieved the seemingly impossible, which is itself a minor miracle." For me that's the point.