I actually found the episode pretty good. Not as great as the pilot, but it kept me watching. I've never known a show other than AHS to give me chills, so when that guy came out of nowhere and pushed Hardy, I have to also admit that I jumped off my couch.
I don't exactly agree that the flashbacks revealed nothing. I may have missed something, but why do they say that the father of the child is Joe, when his ex-wife appears to have no child when she embarks on he two-month affair with Kevin Bacon's character after her divorce becomes final, when she moves into a new house? Just who is the father of that child? Trials in the real world take place many months or sometimes years after the criminal is incarcerated, minus spousal visits. She did not look pregnant to me. Makes me wonder.
Not as good as the pilot, 4.0/10. Here's why:
1. Nothing happened- sure, Jordy was shot and the problems between the followers were explored, but those revelations amount to little.
2. No character development- in the pilot, it was excusable, but we still know nothing about the other agents.
3. Everyone's a follower? Come on. (The reveal with the cult expert at the end)
4. Flashbacks were more time wasters than anything else- they didn't reveal much.
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