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"No Room at the Inn" is one of The Leftovers' most provocative episodes to date, showcasing Christopher Eccleston's ability to bring his character's moral complexity to life.
Thanks to impeccably crafted character development leading to dramatic and meaningful conflict, "No Room at the Inn" proved to be one of the series' best episodes to date.
Matt's a man who won't shut up, who won't back down, who isn't just fighting for a better future for his family but a better present, too. He's not afraid to look crazy, he's willing to suffer. He's willing to work. If he's crazy, we should all be.
Even more than "Two Boats," "No Room at the Inn" was a fascinating, unsettling look at blurry how the line can grow between religious belief and madness.
This episode still was able to take Matt's new Miracle/Jarden situation and turn it into something uniquely awful - while also being sadly sweet and beautiful.
When was the last time you were awestruck by an hour of television?... That's how I felt after watching The Leftovers Season 2 Episode 5, which was simply one of the most powerful hours of dramatic entertainment offered in a long time.
One of England's best character actors, [Christopher Eccleston] is perfect throughout, bringing to life that strange alien-like presence that so many men raised in strict religious households carry with them.
"No Room at the Inn" is Matt's season 2 showcase, and it digs even deeper into the minister's strengths and flaws, his better angels and demons.
Matt really wants to believe that the world is good... He believes so firmly that he'll find redemption that I always find myself wanting to believe he will, too. Somehow.
The Leftovers brought its very best stuff in its latest Matt Jamison-centric episode.
The episode is beautifully conceived and bravely acted as usual.