I'm not sure what to make of 'Black on White'. There were various parts that were fun; Thomas being quarantined with Higgins (the shouting match was funny); Rick house sitting with the dogs; and TC putting the moves on a British journalist. And it guest starts Ian McShane, that guy is always fascinating.
But then it moves away from the fun stuff and into a dark story involving Higgins' and McShane's past amid an uprising in Kenya. At this point, it was flat for me - and even the "you can't escape your past" theme is a recurring one on this show, it wasn't nearly as resonant here as in other episodes.
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