Finally caught up with the past 3 episodes, and they are all very watchable and intriguing. The episode's dealt with Malloy using a contact to extract info from the Witness Protection program to offer contract killing services to other crime bosses. It was a good showcase of things going wrong, and Roy continuing his UC work with a workable cover story after the "leak" learns of Roy's UC status and threatens to blow his cover. So far, just some comments on the characters so far: Malloy is good at compartamentalizing his schemes and his hobbies, so he can be cold-blooded in one scene, and then a likable sports fan in another. What he is is a sociopath. Jennifer is the reason I watch the show, she got that spunkiness that wins me over, and the show takes great pains to paint her as a flawed character with a lot of good intentions, but nonetheless she doesn't always respond in the manner that would de-escalate the situation at home. Paige is slowly growing on me, but she's still a bit too much of a one-facet character for now. Lisa is your classic self-destructive, and yet highly capable field leader. She's good at her job, but her other sides are much darker and painful. Roy's got the most interesting arc so far, but his ascent into Malloy's organization might get going too fast (necessarily so for episode TV). At least there are many shades of gray all throughout this show which makes it more interesting to watch than shows that rely on good vs. evil to provide a satisfactory conclusion to each week's episode. Looking forward to more to come.