Liar fans have taken to Twitter to moan that the second series has become too far-fetched as Laura is locked up by police as they hunt for the truth about how Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd) died.
On Monday night's episode two of the second series of Liar saw Andrew try and escape capture from the authorities in a flashback scene.
However, after hiding out on a boat, his pal came to him inform him his son has been rushed into hospital for emergency surgery, prompting Andrew to risk breaking cover.
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After hearing his son tried to take his own life, Andrew felt he had no choice but to sneak into the hospital to check that he was okay.
Despite countless police trying to find him, somehow the exposed rapist managed to get in and out of the hospital unnoticed.
Taking to Twitter, one fan moaned: "This is all getting a bit too far-fetched now."
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Another added: "I absolutely loved the first series of Liar but this second series is just so ridiculously farfetched and unrealistic.
"I can't get into it at all!"
Another moaned: "Liar This is all a bit far-fetched."
Meanwhile, a fourth continued: "Seriously, they should have just left #Liar at one series."
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"This Katherine Kelly cop character is so far-fetched it’s unbelievable #ITVLiar."
A fifth added: "Nah… this bit of Andrew visiting his son on the trauma ward is rather far-fetched. Nope. Pile of poo."
Adding to the confusion, the programme currently jumps back and forth between the present day and three weeks before Andrew died.
Liar airs Mondays at 9pm on ITV
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