Synopsis: D’avin applies to be formally certified as a Killjoy. John asks for help finding a missing person – the husband of a woman he likes.
Review: In this third episode we get to learn a little more about D’avin’s backstory and find out that he is suffering from a form of post traumatic stress disorder. A fact, which has him seeking out the help of a doctor so he can pass his psych test in order to become a full fledged Killjoy.
Meanwhile John and Dutch go to a farming world in order to bring in a warrant on the head of an illegal drug farming operation.
Once again the wisecracks come fairly fast, but not as much as in previous weeks when John and D’avin have shared the screen, but we do get a fun moment where D’avin finds out that he has a higher security clearance than John.
The story was pretty much by the numbers. I personally found the B – Story involving D’avin and his new Doctor friend to be a little more interesting.
This for me is maybe the weakest episode of the opening three stories, but that said the acting performances have remained pretty consistent throughout as has the humour.
- Incidental Music9.5