The Widow returned to ITV tonight with the third instalment of the gripping drama and viewers saw the dramatic scene of the plane being bombed.
Travelling on the aircraft was Ariel Helgason (played by Olafur Darri Olafsson) who got caught up in the terrorist attack.
Alongside him was Dominique a local lady he met on the aeroplane and when it crashed to the ground, they were the only ones who escaped alive.
Ariel was seen covered in scratches, blood pouring from cuts, unable to walk properly, yet Dominique emerged unscathed.
And those watching at home noticed how Dominique escaped the plane unharmed.
Taking to Twitter to comment, one said: “So the woman who survived with him hasn’t got a mark on her! #TheWidow.”
“How far fetched those two people walking away from a plane crash and that the woman didn’t have a scratch on her! #TheWidow,” someone suggested.
A third remarked: “How on earth could anyone have survived that crash?!! #TheWidow.”
To add to the mystery, in a following scene which was sent in the present day, Ariel spoke about the incident and made reference to the lack of injuries Dominique experienced.
“85 people were killed,” he began. “Dominique had barely a scratch on her when she left me. The paper said she died of her injuries.”
Meanwhile, Ariel is the only living person who knows what really happened on the plane.
“So basically, the blind guy was the only survivor on the plane and the only one that truly knows what happened on the plane. Will never even boarded the plane, I reckon the people who captured Will planted the bomb to make it look like he was dead #TheWidow,” a tweet theorised.
It comes after last week’s debut episode when viewers noticed a continuity error.
With the lead character Georgia Wells (Kate Beckinsale) attempting to track down her missing and potentially deceased husband, those watching at home were distracted.
Many tuned in to hear the announcer incorrectly pronounce the Hollywood actress’ surname.
Although there are another five episodes to go, ITV viewers are struggling to follow the plot.
One said: “Nope still haven’t got the foggiest what’s going on #TheWidow.”
“A bit like a jigsaw puzzle. So many pieces but still trying to find where they all fit #TheWidow,” someone else commented.
Another wrote: “Surely it can’t just be me who hasn’t got a clue what its going on in #TheWidow.”
The Widow returns tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV.