In Review: Stan Lee’s Lucky Man Season 3 Episode 2

Harry's forced underground as he tries to prove his innocence. But then Blake finds a way to make him look more guilty than ever. 

Synopsis: Harry’s forced underground as he tries to prove his innocence. But then Blake finds a way to make him look more guilty than ever.

Review: Harry and Eve return to London and are hunted almost from the moment that they cut themselves free of a shipping container, which they have been living in for 3 weeks.

DSI Gray is determined to capture Harry and is not beyond getting Suri to exploit her relationship with Harry’s brother Rich for any lead that will get them. It seems Suri is happy to go along, but a part of her is still willing to give Harry the benefit of the doubt.

After giving Blake’s men the slip. Harry wastes no time in starting his own investigation in regards to clearing his name and getting evidence to incriminate Blake. His first port of call is his regular informant Kalim who hooks Harry up with a member of the Triad Society, which is connected to Blake.

Over the course of the episode, we learn that this Triad Society has an ongoing mission to find and destroy both the bracelets and will stop at nothing to do so.

Harry goes to expert forger called Barry to get a fake ID made and later uses Barry again in order to find out how the video of Harry shooting Isabella was altered. Unfortunately for Barry. Blakes people have been following Harry all along and seem to be a step ahead of him at each turn.

The episodes pivotal moment comes when Harry calls a meeting between himself and DSI Grey where he finds out that she has been working with Blake all along. It turns out Blake has been posing as an MI5 agent or is possibly a corrupt MI5 agent. Either way, it seems that Blake is enjoying the hunt because he seems quite happy to let Harry get away.

Overall. This was a packed episode in regards to both plot twists and action. You never quite knew where it was going to go from moment to moment.

James Nesbitt puts in a wonderful performance as always, but the stand out for me was Neve McIntosh in her role of DSI Gray. The scene where she meets Harry is full of tension, which builds up nicely to the reveal that Blake has been working with her all along, which quite honestly is the only thing in the episode that I did see coming.

Stan Lee's Lucky Man Season 3 Episode 2
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