This week's ep was pretty bad as well, but the couple went in with a coherent plan and executed it perfectly. The "no phone calls" approach turned out to be the right call; if you can get by with introducing a single variable whom you trust implicitly, that proves difficult to combat. The detectives were quite lackluster compared to last week, as were the interrogators. Last week, the detectives developed a game plan with the interrogators beforehand and were interrogating the people that were called and really chasing things down. This week, the detectives (who looked like two bad Mob-like caricatures) seemed to only wait around for the interrogators to call. Why didn't they go speak with the daughter directly? And last week, the interrogators were focusing on large breaks in GPS tracking and methodically exploring each one, so I'm not sure why they were so set on the 119th exit and convenience store. It had to take quite a while to run six blocks and find a hiding place in the house, yet it felt completely glossed over. It seems like you can get away with anything if you play even simple mind games, because they simply had no way to counteract them. I was quite hoping this show would get better.