After last week’s superb and surreal episode of The Leftovers, I was eager to see where this show would go next. The focus on just one character, the strange dips in and out of reality, the smartly dissected Christian themes were all right up my alley. This week’s “B.J. and the A.C.” wasn’t nearly as thrilling or interesting (it was a little too on-the-nose at times) but it was broken up by a handful of truly great — and chilling — scenes.
Truth be told, I was definitely apprehensive about “B.J. and the A.C.,” not just because it had a super high standard to live up to after “Two Boats and a Helicopter” but also because it was an episode that wasn’t sent out to critics with the first handful of screeners. We got episodes one, two, thr...
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