Suspects continued tonight with episode 4 – the penultimate installment of ITV’s most gripping drama.

As the series hurtles towards its conclusion, Dr Joe O’Loughlin comes close to exposing Bobby Moran/Bobby Morgan/Robert Moran…

(Whatever name it goes by today).

As the bodies pile up, Raven must prove her innocence.

And we have 5 burning questions to be answered in next week’s series finale of Suspect (Monday 26 September 2022).

*** Warning: spoilers from episode 4 of Suspects ahead ***

Aidan Turner as Dr. Joe McLoughlin

Suspicious episode 4 saw Dr Joe visit his family and discover a shocking secret (Credit: ITV)

Suspicious event 4: Who killed Karaam?

The penultimate installment of Suspect added another dead body to the spotted pile.

Knowing that Cara had not been anywhere else since the night of the first murder (of Catherine McCain), Joseph obse, to speak to her.

Only someone has already got to it first…

Cara finds Joe’s dead body in his flat.

But who killed her, and why?

Only the police and Joe’s family knew that Joe was with Cara on the night of Catherine’s murder – so how did the killer know what a crucial role he played?

Who knew that Cara was just another Joe?

Why are the police so eager to frame Joe?

Others were getting a little annoyed with the investigator Why is DI Vince Ruiz bleeding heart?

It is argued that Joe is the killer – and will not consider other possibilities.

At first, they agreed with him… It seemed like Joe was guilty.

But now we know he was born by Bobby Moran.

Or at least we think he is!

Joe in Suspect with step mum Ann looking worried

Joe in Suspect with step mum Ann looking worried

Haydn Gwynne joins the cast of Suspect episode 4 as Ann (Credit: ITV1)

Did Bobby plan to kill Joe? Or just put it right?

In episode 4, Suspect Joe discovers that Bobby has been dangerously close to his loved ones.

Bobby also lived with Joseph’s father Joe (played by guest star Dermot Crowley) and his partner Ann (Haydn Gwynne) who had an odd job.

He had also taken care of Joe’s wife, Julianne, in Spanish classes.

Now we really know that Joe is the only way to invest in a white male.

Joe – and the viewers – Bobby blames Joe for finding his father labeled a pedophile and his subsequent death.

Crow signed the final report that preceded the judge in court.

It seemed to be pure coincidence that Joe signed the report instead of Erskine’s usual psychotherapy.

We found out that the entire team of psychologists involved in the decision had suffered tragedies, including the doctor who referred Bobby to social services.

In a moment of dread, Joe told Rachel’s colleague: “I signed the resignation letter.

“Bobby blames me for cutting his father out of his life.

“I condemned his father to be a pedophile.

“The father was killed.”

So is Bobby going to allow Joe to kill someone close to him? Or is he planning to put Joe in prison for life?

He plans his revenge and punishes those he has.

Suspicious event 4: Was Bobby abused too?

In Suspect Episode 4, we learned that Bobby has every reason to despise his mum.

It seems that Bobby lied about Lenny’s father and abuse – like removing him.

So Bobby was abused too? And, if so, by whom?

He is a very hurt man.

And how famous is Bobby Schofield, who plays Bobby Moran?

Look out for him again in the upcoming BBC series SAS: Rogue Heroes, where he will play Dave Kershaw.

DI Vince Ruiz and DS Riya Devi stand on the corridor with arms crossed looking serious

DI Vince Ruiz and DS Riya Devi stand on the corridor with arms crossed looking serious

Shaun Parkes as DI Vince Ruiz and Anjli Mohindra as DS Riya Devi in ​​Suspect (Credit: ITV1)

Does this have anything to do with Joe’s mum?

We know that Joe’s mum died in a house fire when he was younger.

He accuses even the most learned viewers.

Ann told him in episode 4: “Your father never blamed you for not getting your mother out of that house.

“You were just a child.”

After Joe learned the disturbing truth that Bobby was living with Joe’s father, he asked, “Does Bobby ask about mum? About the day I go to hell?”

Is there anything to this, other than what Bobby knew when Joe went to the grave?

Or are we just paranoid and reading into everything?

Read more: Suspicious on ITV: Viewers share killer theories in Aidan Turner drama

Suspect concludes on Monday 26 September 2022 at 9pm on ITV1.

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