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Entertainment'Peaky Blinders' Fan Theory Explains Why Gina Grey Can't Be Trusted

17:00  10 september  2019
17:00  10 september  2019 Source:   esquire.co.uk

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But fan theorists reckon that the more subtly important moment came when Gina Grey , newly hitched to Michael, had a bit of a moment with Oswald Mosley. But what kind of connection are we looking at here? There are a few competing theories , the first of which says that she's politically sympathetic to

PEAKY BLINDERS newcomer Gina Grey has raised suspicion ever since she was introduced as a new addition to season five, but has her hidden connection just been exposed in the latest Peaky Blinders season 5: Could Gina Gray and Oswald Mosely have a secret connection? (Image: BBC).

'Peaky Blinders' Fan Theory Explains Why Gina Grey Can't Be Trusted © BBC This Peaky Blinders fan theory explains why Gina Grey can't be trusted Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.

The explosive ending to the latest episode of Peaky Blinders and Aunt Polly's last-minute intervention in particular, has taken up most of the post-match discussion on Twitter and Reddit.

But fan theorists reckon that the more subtly important moment came when Gina Grey, newly hitched to Michael, had a bit of a moment with Oswald Mosley.

But what kind of connection are we looking at here? There are a few competing theories, the first of which says that she's politically sympathetic to Mosley's proto-fascist cause. Now that we know Tommy Shelby's not particularly keen on all that and would prefer to put a stop to Mosley's manoeuvring, the theory runs that Gina is Mosley's insider, feeding information on the Shelbys to Mosley so he can destroy them before they destroy him.

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"Episode 3.2" is the second episode in Series 3 of Peaky Blinders and the fourteenth episode overall. It aired on May 12th, 2016. Tommy discovers the extent of the mission given to him and the extreme lengths his new paymasters are willing to go to in their quest for power.

Let’s be honest here – the folks surrounding the Peaky Blinders are known to be loyal, but are also out for themselves a lot of the time too. So if they’re made an offer they feel like they can ’ t refuse… So who could the Black Cat be ?

Others say that there's a third point to this treacherous triangle: Al Capone.

That'd be a hell of a leap into a new territory for Peaky Blinders, and a fairly massive reach back into the past, but it's not entirely off the cards. Yet others reckon the betrayal goes even further, and that Gina and Mosley are a cosy fascist item.

That would grease up the already slightly slippery grip which Peaky Blinders has on the actual history of the time period, but it wouldn't be the first time an actual historical figure has banged a character in the show for plot purposes - Tommy slept with Jessie Eden, the communist organiser and strike-leader, to get hold of info about her communist mates last series.

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