Season 2 – Episode 8 – Best Intentions

Synopsis: Baber starts to rethink his outlook on life when Amaar inadvertently gives him the ” evil eye “.

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Videos courtesy of mydien

What did you think of this episode? How does it compare to the previous episode?

Are there any other topics from the episode that you want to discuss?



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6 responses to “Season 2 – Episode 8 – Best Intentions

  1. AJ.

    Whereas sure Barber seems too rigid sometimes Amaar just seems like he is “go with the flow” kind of guy.

    The rap music question case in point. NO!

    Barbar is right (although he might have not seems so by the way he said it) that the Iman’s job is to make sure times don’t change. Or to say it more favorably make sure that the things that should be preserved get preserved despite whatever pressures the times bring.

    Other than that I did find the whole idea of unintended consequences profound. Sometimes when you do what you think is right you just cause more problems. Sometimes it is better just to let things be. Of course I am just talking about the little things.

    I would love to see Barber and Fred joinly host a radio talk program. The writers really need to show the character of Fred more respect and use him more. I liked how they used him in this show though. It was just the right touch and didn’t play into their biases.

  2. Farah

    What’s up with the videos? They say they’re no longer available. 😦

  3. Farah

    Yeah, they’re working again, thanks 🙂

  4. asiila

    i like the fact that babar’s daughter is wearing a more modest shirt with her jeans….modern, yet modest…. hijab worn with tight jeans and a form fitting t-shirt defeats the main philosophy behind ‘modesty.’

    this episode was ok. i’m at the point of watching Little Mosque because i like the characters (except sarah, although i know she serves a purpose in the storyline) and the show overall, so i can handle an occasional dry week like this one.


  5. Samina

    Yes this was a very dry week.

    I am wondering what is wrong with Amaar. Can he not deliver his lines without the crooked nervous smile combined with the bobblehead act? He has some good lines and was in the beginning very good at delivering them.

    Like season 1 episode 8 where Amaar becomes jealous of the fireman. He had 2 classic scenes that had me in stitches.
    Check it out below

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