The conclusion to the previous episode brings a lesson for Dan Vasser. He continues to struggle to do the right thing and it is not always obvious what that should be.
The episode is brilliantly paced, leaping back and forth through time but all the while weaving a very tight story. Dan faces off against Aeden Bennett, serial kidnapper. The tension mounts as Aeden brings Dan's house and family under siege while Dan journeys back and witnesses the origins of such evil.
Key elements of the episode include an advancement of the subplot where Dan's brother Jack has to fend off the FBI, this time with help from Dan's boss Hugh.
This is definitely worth watching, and scores high marks for the pure adrenaline rush it provides.