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During its second 60 minutes, Blindspot seems equal parts espionage drama, soap opera, crime drama, and psychological thriller... the realism undermines the fantasy elements of the show, and the fantasy elements undermine the realism.
Blindspot is a unique show. They just need to find a decent balance that shows the full potential of the show and "A Stray Howl" didn't quite pull it off.
Not surprisingly, the most interesting thing about Blindspot is still the tattoo mystery, although we did get to know some of the other characters better in this week's episode.
If audiences were having second thoughts about watching the show after viewing the pilot, this week's episode should have solidified viewers' interest, and encouraged them to keep watching.
The major stumbling block of this episode is its unnecessary jumpiness.
This show needs to keep us guessing, and so far it's doing that job pretty well, even if it's straining credulity.
"A Stray Howl" is confident enough to suggest this show could solidify fairly quickly and hit its stride.