Informed he has terminal cancer, an underachieving chemistry genius turned high school teacher uses his expertise to secretly provide for his family by producing the world's highest quality crystal meth.
Nice to see that Jamie (Will Estes) finally had a larger part in this episode.
The problem we face sometimes when we have several stories within an episode is that we need more development in one or more of the stories. In other words, one of the stories would seem to dominate while the others fall by the way side. This is what happened in this episode; although, it was still a good one.
It was great of Frank to tell that third world dictator where he should go. Too much in resources is used to protect these scoundrels.
We also had a cocky officer who along with Jamie used stop and frisk incorrectly; although, the one stopped was carrying an illegal item and was subsequently found to be stashing away a gun.
The tragic shooting of a bride on her wedding day brought us back to the groom who indirectly caused her death by stealing from a gang. This was the story which needed further development.
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