This one, like the Syd-heavy, episode was another stand-alone episode that takes away from the main plot. And like the Syd-one it feels like its trying too hard to be clever and artsy. Don't get me wrong, the other realities were interesting and Haller did a great job acting-wise, but I didn't feel any of what occurred was of enough substance to justify the episode. As for this episode being about David dealing with the events of the last episode, I just felt this was a frivolous way to deal with it.
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