Aside from the overkill iPhone product placement, episode 5 is really well done. At this point, I think it's fair to say the show has established that every time you think you've got a handle on "where the writers are coming from", they throw in another perspective or another character development detail that makes you think maybe there won't be any prototypical "hero" character in this narrative at all. Kinda like life. It's nice to see a well-told story that doesn't try to show you a particular perspective, which seems all too common in 21st century TV shows. Rather, this show seems to be setting itself up to continue painting a narrative in ever-subtler shades of grey that make up the everyday reality most of us live in. How refreshing.
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