Mediocre. I think that about sums it up. Some parts were enjoyable, others not so much...Episode 2 is still the best of the three that have aired so far in my humble opinion....but I will be back for Episode 4 nonetheless.
...I am returning to this post after a couple of days to elaborate a bit...
While I still don't think Jake has proved himself as a "rogue" in some senses of the word, he has certainly solidified his image as a bit of a player. (I'm glad they didn't have him sleep with the Constable, though.)
The show was lacking some punch this week.
I am seeing some definite improvements in Krystin Pellerin's character, who is becoming more multi-faceted. However, I don't particularly enjoy the character of Tinny.
The guest appearances by well-known Newfoundlanders are kind of neat, and I'm looking forward to seeing who will be next. I enjoyed both Mary Walsh and Greg Malone Wednesday night. Incidentally, a little lesser known Newfoundlander (who happens to be a friend of mine) also made a "guest appearance" on the golf course of Episode 3...although he was definitely making an astute and practical observation when he advised that I should have a magnifying device handy if I wanted to see him in the shots in which he appeared.
It was good to see good ole George again. The western bars and pubs are just not the same...