If this is the reward after 4 episodes, I'm disappointed.
The writing just made every previous episode full of plot issues to the point of ridiculous. E.g. when things started getting questionable (1-2 episodes prior), why wouldn't Jo call the FBI, or Homeland security? Especially during this episode! And as if a so rich and resourceful Richard Kindred hasn't reclaimed his property yet. I get that TV entertainment doesn't always have to be logical, but when you have this many plot holes and issues, the series starts to get sloppy and unappealing.
I still can't stand the casting of Allison Tolman, Robert Bailey Jr. and now even Maria Dizzia, who just don't fit their characters - especially Bailey Jr., to the point that instead of growing on you, they become annoying trying to fit in their characters role.
Nevertheless, I wont change my overall series score of 7/10 just yet, but will wait until it's finished... you never know, a miracle may happen that wins me over. But for this episode, it's a disappointing 5/10 for the cheesy writing.
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