This review contains spoilers.
2.6: Glorious Horrors
One of the biggest strengths of this second season is how fluid the narrative has seemed from one episode to the next.
It's another connection back to its literary past; each episode is another chapter of the story, continuing directly from the climax of the previous episode and into the new one. Following last week's night of passion, we're treated to the morning after; Dorian's making plans for a ball, Lily's making eggs for Frankenstein and Kali is making a Malcolm doll as he treats his wife's death with little more thought than whether he should replace the carpet. Dorian invites everyone who is everyone to the ball whilst Sembene finally learns what Chandler has been hiding.
"It's a ball! What's the worst that could happen?