A fast-paced ending with even more new concepts to be introduced. The saving graces of this series don’t show up all that much in the finale – and it definitely needed it.
If you thought this plot had been twisted too many times already, prepare to be un-twisted and re-twisted again! The real question is, how does this still seem like exposition in the penultimate episode?
Nothing is ever as it seems, and at the same time is exactly what you expect. It’s all there right in front of your nose. Just follow the tropes.
Visible ghosts are far more valuable than invisible ghosts, because you know those invisible ghosts are a dime-a-dozen.
Eternal life is a catchy phrase, and one that could bring in a lot of money for those throwing it around. Nothing is ever that easy though – except maybe for our main cast.
Remember the review of last week’s episode? Yeah, forget that apparently. It’s rare to see a show jump around in narrative quality so much, so quickly, that it can be hard to know what to make of it.
There is a certain amount of mystery and confusion that a good drama needs to work. This episode is probably not a good example of that.
The pace takes a bit of a breath this week as the team of nine is almost assembled. You might also need some code-breaking skills to figure out where the plot is going.
Gamon has to sacrifice the thing he loves most (page views, probably) to keep his dark secrets safe. Meanwhile, the main players are getting closer to each other with every episode.
All of these strange events are definitely linked together. Wouldn’t be much of a show if they weren’t. But it’s the characters that are driving the plot forward, and they’re all filling out nicely.