If I had one major complaint with this episode it is that there were too many things going wrong that all of the characters seemed to bail themselves out of in original, but seemingly stupid ways. Too describe these many transgressions would be to give away too much of the plot. Take my word for it.
Otherwise I found this an action packed, complicated, and entertaining episode. Neal is forced to think on his feet and trust Peter. Peter is forced to do the same and trust Neal. All of this can't be too bad based on what Neal thinks Peter is up to and Peter thinks Neal is up to.
We always knew Neal could think on his feet, but I must admit Peter is starting to make me think that these guys are very much equals. When he finally reveals what is really going on overall and Neal reveals back what he knows, the two of them are pretty much in sync with each other. The key is trust.
We'll see where this all takes them in the next episode which looks like it could really be exciting. I am a little disappointed to see the scoring for this show as far as the individual episodes go. There are either a lot of people who don't like the show who are watching it or there are a lot of people giving it low scores without viewing the it. Either way, I wonder what parts of the shows they are watching or not watching that I am. This is one of USA's most engaging shows overall. Thanks for reading...