Of course, with the premise of this series you expect things to not be as they appear. Well, they went a step or two further.
This episode illustrates a good suggestion. When you first look at something and you think you know what's going on, look again. Just to be sure.
There's an old saying (well, semi old). "Good guys don't always wear white hats." Or "The guys with black hats aren't always the bad guys." Either way you want to say it.
A couple of the plot twists I might have expected. But I was caught up in trying to figure out why certain people were acting the way they were. In my mind I cross referenced their actions with other cops in other shows. I was surprised that the reasons weren't what I thought. Great!
At the end I was pleasantly surprised to see who was doing what, and who the real bad guys were.
I like how they drop a few more hints into Harry's life each episode, instead of piling it all on at once in the first episode.
I'm starting to like Bob. They should bring out a bit more of his past.