The most intense plot of the entire episode was Elijah versus Wesley. How far is Wesley willing to go to protect his family? He made the promise in The Rookie Season 4 Episode 1, though it seemed as if Wesley was having a hard time following through.
Seeing the tasks Elijah puts Wesley up to is interesting, especially considering how the team is involved directly with both of them. The moral conflict of Wesley protecting his oath versus protecting his family is a challenging dynamic that the show handles well.
As for the actual episode, "Two Girls One Code" felt a lot like last week's "And the Law Won," because we're still fighting the same battles: Kalinda versus her husband, can Peter be trusted, is Alicia really over Will, Diane versus Hayden (and the financial woes of Lockhart Gardner, which ever opposing attorney looks to exploit), but there's not a lot of movement. More characters are introduced (like the reporter Mandy Post) while seasoned favorites are neglected (mostly Cary, who is mostly seen as a blurry figure in the background of the frame so far this season).
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