While not one of the strongest episodes of the series, in this one (written by Joie Lee) the dialog felt the most natural so far. As is often the case with this series, the dialog comes across as stilted, like characters are reciting excerpts from essays than having a realistic exchange about a particular issue. Thankfully here, Nola Darling and Greer Childs look like they are having a conversation that sounds how people actually talk. The audience learns a lot here about what Greer wants in his relationship with Nola. You also learn a bit about Jamie and his relationship with his wife. Significantly, the episode also pushes some of the story elements forward. There's nothing spectacular here, but also nothing particularly distracting either. In short, the episode does the job that it needs to do.
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