Ain't that the truth, he shows up in a lot of stuff I watch. It was nice seeing Lyndie Greenwood again who I know from Sleepy Hollow. I thought she was solid as was Rosa Gilmore who doesn't have a big resume but did a nice job here. I burned (no pun intended) through these, feeling a little ashamed like I ate the entire package of Oreos. Overall I'm pretty pleased with it, the presentation is pretty great, the FX work is top notch and the actors are all solid. You could see that Amazon had spent their money. I wasn't sure about the young lady in Bobbie's crew, she looked a little out of place but then she looked a bit like Alison Mack and we all know how that turned out! Maybe a couple too many last minute "Wait, I got it!" eureka moments but that's really really nitpicking and may be compounded by how fast I consumed it. My biggest complaint, such as it is, was: Spoiler: at the end Murtry and Wei finding the Holden hole and jumping into it. I wouldn't question Amos or the Doc jumping, Wei would be forced by Murtry but I would have like an additional scene selling me on Murtry making the leap. Amos is one of my all-time favorite badass characters and thought he was done justice here. Speaking of badass, I did like Bobbie's final assessment of her situation. Spoiler: Bobbie "At least I have something to do now." Unfortunately, not the best of times for my favorite Iranian export, Shoreh Aghdashloo. The actress was fine but the character wasn't doing so great. Hopefully, next season we see her pick up the pieces, I imagine we'll get some good stuff with her and Bobbie. Nice not having her muffled like on Syfy: "Don't put your dick in it, it's already fucked."