I make no bones about my dislike of Series Three, but I still adore the character of Janice Blackstock!
Here was a woman who supported her husband- practically without many requests for herself, helped him in his goals, worked in tandem with him (he cooked, she managed), expressed herself bluntly but with humor and true affection and passion.
This was the woman, after two series, that we were expected to believe "just" got fed up with her husbands eccentricities?
I don't know the full story behind the need for Janice to leave, but this "reason" seems quite sloppy and lazy to me.
Am I alone in this opinion?