Here’s the thing about Clique: I suspect that the girls on this show could, perhaps, work out the mystery a bit sooner if they stopped constantly drinking wine, dating bland men, texting and going to fancy pretentious dinner parties all the time.
Louise Brealey as Jude McDermid (Clique) picture in a slightly better quality. Description from the BBC site:
Jude is a hot-shot economics lecturer and philosopher at University in Edinburgh. Her motivational books are airport bestsellers. Jude’s feminist philosophy is a hard kind of pragmatism – do what it takes to get ahead, stop complaining and use what’s in your arsenal. Whilst flawed, it seems a refreshing and appealing alternative to debates over gender-neutral children’s toys and pure semantics. To put her philosophy into action, Jude began the Solasta Women’s Initiative alongside her brother, Alistair McDermid, CEO of Solasta Finance. The initiative selects a small group of girls each year and places them in elite bespoke internships at Solasta. The girls live in a beautiful house in New Town where they are mentored by Jude, so they can bypass the time-wasting dross of the usual undergraduate experience and be taught how to live and work as young women. [Source]