There are shades of Heroes to this episode, as our suspect Zero hides within the shadows, menacingly offing whoever comes into his path. There's tons of information to digest and quite a few touching character moments, but the catastrophic events and conspiracy theory after theory make for a rather verbose episode. There are a couple of intense scenes, and dolls freak the heck out of me, but there's little time to explore any of the questions raised throughout, and there are many, but I'm still intrigued, a little confused, and mostly impressed with this second episode. The random bouts of comedy fell flat on their faces, and at present, there doesn't seem to be any character I can fully relate to, although it's early days yet. Not quite as impressive as the pilot, but there's enough story here to fuel two seasons, never mind one episode.
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