I concur, however they did kind of tie everything up at the end so who knows.
To be honest I never thought about any storylines being 'tied up', just a bit of fun with the characters little dramas moving along.
I've learned not to question the storylines too much and just enjoy the jokes, that said, I hope they reign it back in the hoped for second series.
Heard an interview with Mal Young this week.
Producers, Writers try leaving things open ended in the hope that the commissioners might be swayed because personally they want to see what happens.
Nothing helps if the figures are really poor though.
Apparently the Americans film a couple of episodes ahead of air date, instead of getting the whole series in the can.
They'll kill a series literally mid-shot, by the time the cast is in the carpark the sets are being stripped and the timber recycled