Sadly, boy, I know everything about you. You disappoint me as a suitor for my daughter’s hand.
Really good episode again. The whole plotline of Sally’s “sin” just really works, particularly the episode’s opening a fractured flashback to the “sin.” It’s very disorienting and disturbing. The rest of the episode is good, if not particularly great; only Quinn & Charlie get on my nerves. But the entire episode is building to the stare down between Fitz and Eli. Later, in the scene between Eli & Olivia, there are also some really great moments, but it’s all for that insane monologue (over two minutes long; I timed it!) of Eli ripping Fitz up one side and down the other, exposing him as the fraud that he really is. It’s a scene that I watched like three times before I was done; Joe Morton is a force of nature. 3 ½ stars.
tl;dr – this episode is fine, but it’s great when it’s dealing with Sally’s sin and Eli’s astounding two minute monologue; next to those, the rest of the episode pales. 3 ½ stars.