The previous few episodes really turned up the heat to the max. This episode does not continue the all-round nail-biting suspense and brutal action. However, definitely still a great run of events.
Vic is still using all the tricks up his sleeve playing all sides in an sometimes unbelievable attempt to get the light at the end of the tunnel shining. Hard fact of the matter: it seems like he is pulling it off. As long as the different parties are kept oblivious of the dealings, he'll be OK.
Meanwhile Claudette is closer than ever to catching Vic. She is getting more frustrated as she time and time again runs into a brick wall trying to secure his arrest. However, she is too determined to make a bad judgment call.
As if a calm before the storm, this episode undoubtedly sets the scene for more unseen action, deceit, heroism and full-blown tension between everyone to come.
One's ideas are yet again tested - who's really bad and who's not? Who is doing a dark deed to accomplish a greater good...or is this merely one of many impulsive bad deeds?
Although not so action-packed, this is still an episode to remind us why we watch this excellent show.