After five aready excellent episodes this one takes it to a whole new level. It is the first time the remaining Crain family members are together and the less said about that the better.
What makes this one of the stand out episodes in tv history is a 16 minute, uncut, one camera scene with only the characters' trauma and dynamics to focus on. It is not until the scene finally cuts you realise what you have witnessed. It simply doesn't get better than this. This is a series on a different level and one you can return to time and again and discover new things again and again. Bravo!
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