Now this is where it starts to get a little strange, as we meet Mary Ann Nichols, an honest working girl trying to ply her trade in the streets of Whitechapel. If her name sounds a tad familiar, you may now be worrying about such minor details as dates and suchlike. But don’t worry, it’ll all sort itself out. Trust me. But remember not to ask for Prussian.
This is my favourite episode so far, I think.