Last week I wrote a long post about an episode I didn't like. This week it's Angel One, and I don't feel inspired to write much more than "Bleh." This one doesn't even find original or interesting ways to be bad, it's just bad, and I don't care to count the ways. If there is one memorable moment for me in this episode, it's Trent bringing his hand down toward the crystal ball in that unnaturally slow motion that director Michael Rhodes must have thought heightened the drama. I like to imagine Isaac strapped to the altar, Abraham holding the knife three feet above his chest and bringing it down slowly, inch by inch, giving God a good melodramatic pause before stopping the action at the last moment, and finally Moses, possessing a better sense of drama than Rhodes, leaving that part out when he writes down the story.