I finally got around to watching the show and I like it. Its better than the standard TV fare. I agree with others that the whole "separation/custody" plotline drags the show for stretches. The idea that a city morgue would have only one person working there (though there was an overturned chair at reception) and would just not have any change of shifts or relatives calling after people never returned home from work . . . seems a bit puzzling. Then again, it seems hard to figure out the timeline. Apparently there is simply a lot going on in a short period of time. By the end of the second episode has it been only a day since the plane landed . . . maybe two? Wow the authorities sure work fast in NYC!!! I thought the call that the father made to the Doctor thanking him for sending his daughter home pretty amusing actually. Yeah, right. He sent home your daughter by just dropping her off at night in the cold . . . wearing just the dress she had on at the airport . . . so she could go around to the backdoor . . . ummm . . . okay. Thanks Doc!!! And does nobody notice how the people released from quarantine are all deathly pale with bloodshot eyes and look as though they will soon pass out? "Oh you just got out of quarantine? Wow . . . you look like death. How about you sit over on that side of the table just in case." And apparently the CDC are a bunch of pussies once you get above the lower levels.