Things are picking up for the series. Having an almost one hour long episode without commercials is really helping this show expand with different plot lines, and so much things can happen in one episode. That was the case for this episode. I think the plot I'm mostly intrigued with right now is definitely Ben's.
That's quite a predicament, liking your father's third wife, their development has been very strange since the show started considering it's such a weird situation, but now I can sort of understand what he's feeling in a way. I truly felt sorry for him when he saw Bill kiss Marge. Marge's breakdown in the kitchen with Ben was a commendable scene.
We've got great acting from Ginnifer Goodwin & Chloe Sevigny. Nikki's character continues to be wildly interesting. Turns out she's taking birth control, she just wants more control, her breakdown in the car: Another great scene. The funeral scenes were kind of slow, but we got a great payoff in the end.
Amanda Seyfried needs more screen time, I felt as though she was completely absent, she's definitely under appreciated as an actress, I mean look at her film career, it's blown up. They should use this young talent as much as possible.
Superb episode of Big Love, can't wait for the next.