I'm binge-watching the show right now and I have to say that the 2 previous were slightly weak. They were not however as boring as "Anouk", the third one. I guess not a lot of people decided to stay until this episode which it's a shame because Thandi Newton is delightful and shows her superior acting skills (and her incredible six pack as well). We had previously seen that she has her temper but in this episode we get to know how she acknowledges that and how she still struggles with how she's perceived and how she really sees herself. She's not the only one acknowledging things: Gary lets Rosie know how he feels, Hector sees himself, Sandi recognizes her marriage situation and better yet, Richie tells Connie off for her selfishness and for how she keeps taking him for granted. The shots in the gallery were quite beautiful as well. I still don't get why Anouk is important, though (and why Uma would be interested in playing that character).