An episode that begins with the perfect intro. Explosive. Dramatic. Foreboding. Providing a sense of high stakes from the outset. As good as Ive seen in a long while. Shark's most dangerous enemy returns for a final showdown with a game of high-stakes cat and mouse.
The prize, more than Stark's career, the life of his daughter, Julie.
The story is well written, with above average dialogue throughout. While the screenplay never lets up keeping its focus on Stark and Callison throughout. The central theme is the extension of the adversarial theme that comes across through all the episodes of the show. There to highlight the duality of the fight between plantiff and defendent
Only this time, the fight extends to outside a court.
There are some great scenes that sees Stark pit his wits against his greates foe. Tested to the verge of desperation. While Callison is the man without nothing to lose and holding on the cards. Julie also gets to learn a little more about her dad's idea of justice, when he is forced to admit that he set Callison up - to get the justice that he deserves.
Each scene contains nerve-tingling action or builds up nail-biting tension. As Wayne manages to stay one step ahead of Stark until the inevitable end, when one or the other will take it all.
Can Stark stop Callison messing with his mind? Will he save Julie's life and serve justice on the devil himself? Well I guess you'll have to, if you want to know how it ends! And has been the case in several episodes this season, the ending is worth the wait.