But as with every episode, there were a few things that maybe could have been better. First off, Nick Mulligan is funny in this episode, but I don't think he should be the one to help voice Connie's thoughts. He isn't needed. She could have tried to hide herself when Mitch came in and that would have been enough to show her "second thoughts" about Mitch and their relationship. Another thing that I didn't like was how "bi-polar" Connie was in this episode. One minute she's all like: "hide me from Mitch because I don't want to talk to him. And maybe I'm having second thoughts about my relationship, right now." Then the next minute she's like "oh I trust Mitch, and I don't have second thoughts, what are you talking about". Then after she goes and snoops through his briefcase and she's back to square one. Everything that Mitch said to make her trust him blew straight out the window. She's back to "I don't trust him".
All throughout the episode she's back and forth between "if it's important for him to tell me, then he will. I trust him", to "maybe I'll just snoop around because he isn't telling me anything about him...". Like Connie MAKE UP YOUR MIND! Are u trusting him or not.
Ok I think that's enough bad things.
At least Connie recognized the girl from the picture as the girl who fixed the phone lines. To tell the truth, I actually forgot about that phone line thing. I guess it will all unfold in the coming episodes. I also believe this huge story arch with Novacom, Arem, the hidden cameras, and all Mitch's "secrets" is about to hit its climax. I can't wait to hear the next episodes!
This episode deserves a huge THUMBS UP!👍
(That's my romantic side talking)