'Under the Big Top' maintains a nice mix of touching and humor despite not being as heavy as the last few episodes. One of the reasons I really like this season is that it allows Cooper to open up and develop as a character. Case in point, his heart-to-heart with a lonely suicidal is a great example. Cudlitz is more than capable of accessing Cooper's soft side. Outside of that, the episode is largely focused on a bank-robbery turned social media circus (leading to a nasty arrest on the subway). I think that MTA foot chase was the sole bit of hard action (a great one, nonetheless), but this had far more in small character moments.
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