The penultimate episode! More Brig! More subways! More Yetis! More of people pretending they look scary!
Despite the overall fantastic nature of the underground sets, I do have to say that this episode does have one of the rare instances of an actual wobbly set. Jamie yanks open a door and you can see a whole wall shake. It’s kind of amusing.
Evans is a somewhat interesting character. Yes, he’s cowardly and out to save himself above pretty much everything else, but that doesn’t mean he’s wrong to be suspicious of the Jamie and the Brig. He’s wrong, of course, but he doesn’t have any way to know that.
I’m also enjoying the change of atmosphere in this episode. Everything is a bit more close, and tense, which I quite like. Overall, it’s a good episode that does a great job of setting up things to come!