Farrbiner's story makes an interesting, and compelling follow up to the first part of the series. I found it to be more engaging than the first part. I liked finding out Farrbiner's history, and the underworld town was pretty well drawn. It might have been nice spending a little more time there. That's my main complaint about this series so far, that it seems to end just as I'm about to get really interested. It's like glimpses of a larger story, and I desperately want the whole narrative. This episode felt more complete than the first, but still not quite enough.