It's hard to imagine Rubicon being better than in the weeks prior to this, but somehow every week, it manages to keep surprising me in incredible ways.
Tanya is sent back to the group, and the team encounters a revelation about the one person they were learning about for weeks. Will gives Katherine some important information, and Spangler finally decides to take action. That is all I can say, simply because the episode is so great that it is better not to give anything more away. The show has definitely proved that it is a great show not because of the mystery that loomed into us in the Pilot, but because it has interesting, strong characters and a plot every week that keeps the audience on edge. The episode plays out like only a great crime thriller film can, and in that it has amazing writing and direction. What more can we want from Rubicon?
I am definitely looking forward to the final episodes, and I truly wonder how it will all end.
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