The first was very good. The second was very bad. We exaggerate and thus create these two poles, these two brothers who gave the tone for this season. The third is then expected response. The certainty that the balance hung on one side or the other.
While there have been slight improvements, this was more a case "turns the hard and plays the same." Almost could do a copy / paste from my earlier critique, changing only the names and locations. It's hopeless. We have their hands tied and we can only spit out questions like this: even when we have to put up cases of the week, besides not having mystery, do not provide any new data to the main plot, still seem repetitions of old cases? And so we come to a policeman that crystallizes and explodes in the middle of a train station. Really? People to explode? They can not invent anything else?
We soon realized that there is a colonel to send his former soldiers to certain death. The history goes back to military experiments and for such a project "Tin-Man." The trip to Iraq brought some freshness in terms of environments, but the intrigue of a vaccine that goes wrong is already more than tired. Exhausted. Thus, they were welded to cure in the form of a curse and become true human pumps.
Used to fight the enemy in the words of a mad colonel. Or one man are not known. It is certain that he was using these people to eliminate foreign messengers that carry strange folders. He then tells Broyles (Lance Reddick) there is a war, they are already here, they are looking at our weaknesses and when we realize it's too late. After this, we see The Observer to open one of these folders and pick up photos of Walter (John Noble). And here comes a node with two questions (and a slight headache): first, Broyles has already hinted that he knows more than us all and that, along with Nina Sharp (Blair Brown), will have a very broad view of this conflict . But here in this dialogue, it seemed that he knew nothing or was not noticing anything. Anyway? Secondly, when I took The Observer as a neutral character, a sort of Switzerland and noted that only means, not an integral part of the opposing faction, we want to study and evil. And for what Walter see pictures of the two if they already know? So, what are we?
In addition, the new character is still not appear. Which makes sense, since it is a new character. It is an addition to the cast, does not appear immediately. On the other hand, Dr. House Olivia (Anna Torv) can tie the laces and walk normally. Is recovered and possibly ready to remember the long-awaited meeting.
We're more than ready, more than ready to move forward and get out of here!