One thing bothered me with this episode. The reverend goes to the GR and starts speaking to them about Gladys. Laurie then goes outside and starts blowing her whistle, basically saying they are under attack. She could not tolerate the minister, his message, or that it was not in line with the GR system. But that is exactly what they do! I've only watched the first episode and last night's. The show for various reasons doesn't do much to make me interested in closely following it. However, I do think people who are getting turned off because the mystery of what happened hasn't been/may not be revealed are missing the point. These characters - unlikeable as many of them may be - and what happens to them after the disappearance is the point of the show, not the hows and whys of that event. All IMHO of course.