Synopsis: Suri and Harry team up to bring Blake and Gray down. Meanwhile, Blake finds a way to turn Eve against Harry – once and for all.
Review: Time is running out for Harry as the bracelet is gradually turning black and is beginning to have a nasty effect on his luck. Thankfully saving Suri instead of Eve has got his work friend back on side and she is determined to get to the bottom of the conspiracy but does not completely trust Harry.
Meanwhile, Blake had managed to save Eve from drowning and has used some weird concoction of drugs to save her life and has begun turning her against Harry. To that end, Blake shares a story with her about how the bracelets indirectly killed his mother in a fire when she was working in Cambodia.
Elsewhere, Harry and Suri managed to track down Dan the police officer that was working for Blake and very nearly killed Suri. As they catch up with Dan. He is shot dead before he can share any vital information, but Harry and Suri manage to retrieve his phone and use it as a means to draw Gray out and force her into working with them in order to bring down Blake and clear Harry’s name.
At an amusement arcade, Harry and his brother are taken to a meeting with Madam Cheung who warns Harry about the fact that he will die if the Bracelet is allowed to turn completely black. She also warns them about another impending visitor from China. A visitor who has just as much interest in Harry and the bracelets than Blake has.
Overall. This was a superb episode with lots of twist and turns. I loved the final scenes in which Eve pretty much makes it clear that she is no longer going to help Harry and after last week. Who can blame her? I also like the fact that Suri is not fully invested in taking orders from Harry. She plays a blinder in her scene where she pretty much bullies Gray into working with them.
A great episode, which sets all sorts of fun possibilities up for next week.
- Incidental Music9.3