“One of the fun things about watching serialized television is that you can often gauge where the story might be headed, only for the ultimate destination to be even more satisfying than you originally hoped (although the opposite can happen, too). For much of this arc, I wondered what it would be like to see Kai as a fully changed man, and how that might impact his relationships with Rebecca and Hood. While exploring that story and characterization for an extended period of time certainly would’ve been cool, it was surprisingly awesome to watch Kai turn off his emotions off and retreat back into the man we already know. His monologue about how this temporary change was all a response to his mother’s death was built on a beautifully dark sentiment about the impact of loss on even the most corrupt of individuals, and it was really nicely delivered by Ulrich Thomsen.”

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