While it was an interesting study of how three people's motivations and ambitions can unknowingly mesh together to form a tragic event, the charismatic American serial killer has been done to death. The facts were revealed at just the right pace to keep things interesting and suspenseful. However, I resent the implication that all women who have absentee dads are out in search of a Dominating man.
D'Onofrio was his usual clever character, and Hartigay's character once again trailed behind in his shadow. There are other episodes where she gets to shine with *her* expertise, but this is not one of them.