"Upside Down Craft"
After last week's episode, this one was one to laugh over.
When Jane and Weller arrest a financial tycoon, his lawyer says that his client was framed by an anonymous hacking group known as the Three Blind Mice. When we learn that Patterson and Rich Dotcom were the former members of the group, but there's a third member out there, Kathy, who has been causing the hacks.
When the FBI questions Kathy, Patterson works her magic and uses a backdoor in the app that she created to help prove Loewe is guilty or corporate sabotage. But soon Kathy realizes that Patterson and Rich were the other Mice and kidnaped them and tries to force them to perform criminal hacks. But Patterson manages to get a signal to Weller's team to rescue them.
Even thought Reade has a suspicion that Patterson and Rich were the other members of the Mice, he didn't go forward in pursuing them due to lack of evidence and suggest that Jane's new tattoos were to intended to reveal secrets the teams need to keep hidden.
Later, Patterson continues to investigate the tattoo that Stuart was working on and found out that it was a linked to Van Gogh.
"Upside Down Craft" might be one of my favorite Patterson-Doctor episodes with their rich and comedic chemistry of characters. The episode holds up to be very good in storytelling and not to mention keep you engage in their story. Overall, I give this episode an 8/10.
"Gunplay Ricochet" was another good hour of television that had not just one, but a few very shocking reveal about Jane when they meet a man that they're going after and the most shocking news of all: Jane has a child. And questions begin to ask about how loyal can Reade be when Zapata sees him as Secretary of State.
Overall, I give this episode 8.5/10.
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