With the bolt gun killer still out there, Audrey and Nathan call in the crew and fill them in on what's going on. More importantly, they voice their suspicion that the bolt gun killer has infiltrated their clique and is among them. You'd think that this would lead to a plot reminiscent of "The Thing", where paranoia and mistrust lead to rising tensions, but the episode manages to avert that.This is partially due to another plot emerging that centers around everyone in Haven apparently going to sleep.
While I've grown weary of shows using the "have half of the show take place in flashback and the other half take place in the present" format that many genre shows are using nowadays, I think it worked well here. For one thing, it helped keep the bolt gun killer plot prominent, as opposed to dumping it entirely. It also ensures that the remaining cast members have roles to play. Had it not been there, the whole episode would have to be supported by Audrey and a one off guest star.
Off the bat, I suspected the aforementioned guest star, later revealed to be named Will Brady, of being the killer. The fact that he had amnesia and couldn't remember anything seemed a bit too convenient. The episode plays with this expectation as Audrey comes to the same conclusion. I was even patting myself on the back for "calling it". As it turns out, I called the wrong number. Well played, writers.
Random thought, I don't care what the characters say, that t-shirt was awesome. I would totally buy and wear that t-shirt. I don't know if I would have made it as prominent a plot point, but still, it was a cool shirt.
The flashbacks center around the main characters trying to find out who the infiltrator is. It's not as tense as you might think. On the contrary, it was pretty casual, but it does lead to a decent twist at the end that doubles as a pretty effective cliffhanger.
Some might find the parallels between Will's situation and Audrey's a bit heavy handed, but I thought it worked out well enough. It helped to tie a supposed one and done trouble in to the overall story arc and it gave Audrey a bit of a character turn.
The episode wasn't anything stellar, but it passed the time well enough. It had some good plot progression and there was enough character development to keep you invested in what was happening. As the season starts to wrap up, one has to wonder how things will play out.