Quick spoilers for the latest episode of "In Plain Sight" coming up just as soon as I try to burn my clothes...
"Iris Doesn't Live Here" isn't flawless -- the writers may as well have pointed a neon sign at the kid sister reading, "This is all her fault!," and I still zone out whenever we cut to Mary's sister hanging with her boyfriend -- but it was one of the stronger episodes to date, because it focused largely on the small details of Mary and Marshall's job and what happens to people when they go into WitSec. Also, it helped to have a great actor like Wendell Pierce in the role of our frustrated and frustrating head of the new WitSec family.
That said, if "In Plain Sight" is going to come back for another season, the writers need to decide on a consistency of both tone and rules. An episode like this -- fairly down-to-earth, where much of the plot hinges on a character discovering just how limited his professional options are once he goes into WitSec -- feels like it takes place in a different universe than something like what we've seen the last few weeks.
What did everybody else think?