So when last we saw our heroes, they were being menaced by a cat. They get past that by treating it like a T-rex. So that’s a thing.
So our slimy corporate executive is trying to get away with murder, but gets called out on it pretty much instantly. That’s good to see, and may I say, wow, this story is a bit gruesome with all the corpse and stuff.
There is an interesting ethical discussion that starts, but doesn’t really conclude, and just sort of peters out. But the question is: is sacrificing one life worth it to potentially save millions. The “potentially” part is the interesting part, and sadly, the show doesn’t really deal with it much.
I quite like Ian being a bit stoked to realize that he’s in a lab, and interacting with large-scale versions of things he normally handles with a finger or two. Though it is a bit sad that’s he stoked that he doesn’t pick up on what Babs is not telling him.
As a second act, this episode isn’t bad, but that’s about all that I have to say about it. On to part three!
Next time: “Crisis”