In this episode, the emphasis is on establishing the real-life struggles of the main characters.
I am not enjoying this Season Two story line as much as the first, but maybe my patience will pay off. I do really like the characters (Chester, Luz, Henry, etc.). They are worth sticking with, I just hope the "terror" they experience is not just those of the internment camps. That's an interesting thing to explore, as was the stranded crew of the HMS Terror last season, but the paranormal terror is this series's selling point.
By the way, this new-story-per-season Anthology format is a great thing. I have gotten so tired of never-ending story arcs of so many other series.
Hmm, this just isn't as interesting as the first season. I love the setting, but the horror seems very unoriginal and kind of boring, it's not as gripping or intense as the first season. I almost wish they'd just give up on the horror element and just focus on the camps and the people.
I must admit so far the first season was better, although the treatment of the Japanese-Americans is actually very interesting and I forget the supernatural element to the story entirely until I spot someone in a kimono.
moving forward, deeper into the unknown