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But goddammitt, the show is just fun to watch. It's not arty. It doesn't have anything to say. But it's well-crafted, plot-driven, keeps moving, and most of the time isn't fucking dumb, and you never have to worry about it shitting the bed the way you do with a CW show. And that's a commendable thing.
Plot-wise, this episode moves people around a lot but the net result seems to be that Mack is with the group now, Sky is a prisoner now, and Radcliffe is... somehow in play? I'm sure they'll explain it in the next week or two.