Two really bad plot points for me: The assassination attempt. We're supposed to believe that an individual was supposed to track them when none of the dozens of reporters did so? Those reporters have a lot more resources. As soon as the serial killer confirms she's working with someone, she should have gone directly back to jail. They already established that the only reason they let her out is that she couldn't describe where the bodies were. She had to lead them to the bodies. Yet she obviously was able to describe the location accurately to her cohort. Plus, once they know she has a partner, she could easily be leading everyone into an ambush or escape attempt. And, once again, when they had Lucy run into the guy at the bar ... since it was an actor I was familiar with, I knew it wasn't a "throwaway" scene. I just didn't know if it would be a love interest or what it turned out to be, at least not until it was established the serial killer had a partner. Even with those, I enjoyed the episode.