The true spark that ignites Jekyll into something extraordinary is it's star James Nesbitt, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role as both Jackman and Hyde. The transformation between characters is subtle - darker hair and eyes, different hairline, taller, yet Nesbitt might as well be two separate actors. Jackman is nothing special, underwhelming even whereas Hyde is ferocious, insatiable and violent, yet as precocious as a child. His deftness at making each someone you want to know, mixed with Moffat's script make for an unforgettable experience. Did I mention he makes Jackman and Hyde sexy as hell? I'm aware, I'm a strange girl.
Benjamin: Not personally. I have people.
Mr. Hyde: You're missing out. It's like sex. Only there's a winner.