...it certainly does do the job of complicating Chance's future quite a bit. It was time to start seeing where he came from and what his current persona was all about. This gave just a glimpse at the end, but it could open the doors to some great episodes.
"Lockdown" was not as full of the usual gags and humour that most of the episodes have contained so far, but on the other hand, who's life is one big comedy? Even an imaginary comic book here has to have some days that suck!
While not the strongest episode of the season, I still like this show and I believe in its potential. Seems audiences as becoming as quick to dump on a series as the networks are, and at the very least WE should be a bit more forgiving.
I don't think the drop dead point is anywhere near NOW for this series. I want to see what happens to Chance, how Guerrero was involved in all of it, why Guerrero hates prison so much and where the gap in Winston's insight comes from.
I will be re-watching tonight on FOX.