The episode is nicely delineated into Leah and Dan's trauma and Tasha's experiences at the Believers camp, with the rest of the regulars not getting a look in.This actually works pretty well since both story lines hold the attention.
Ada Nicodemou does well as Leah's condition at first seems to be not too serious only for us to then learn she's lost the baby.Her behaviour afterwards is understandably withdrawn, with Dan and Rachel at a loss to know how to deal with her.In retrospect, Amy Mathews seems a lot less assured here than she would in later episodes, coming across as a bit flat on occasions.
Momma Rose has dropped all pretence of civility by now, devolving into insane ranting.It's nice that the much abused Rebecca is the one who finds the strength to break free from her and provide the means of Tasha and Jonah's salvation, although they seem to take quite a while to notice this.But there's a twist in the tale which means Tasha's ordeal isn't quite over yet.
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