The penultimate episode of the drama which audiences have adored. I found the strengths of plot and character to have sustained throughout the series as yet and that gives promise to series 2.
Quite a tragic episode I suppose. Ross is still sticking it to the man and standing with those wronged by justice and society. I didn’t really care about the Mark-Keren-Dr Ennis plot as much as the others just for the simple reason that they were not very significant characters in comparison with the story as a whole. They were more like archetypes involved in the wider picture.
Still a great episode, though.
MY RATING: **** / *****