Episode two's case involved a murder case that was originally thought to be a suicide, over an inheritance dispute. Overall I thought the episode was ok. It had a couple funny moments like the butler, Kageyama (Sho Sakurai), trimming a bush into the shape of a T-Rex. Again the interaction between Sho's and Keiko's characters were interesting, and I think it is interesting seeing how Kageyama solves the cases. The case in this episode was ok. It was a little bit more interesting than the first episode and had a little bit more depth to it than the previous one. Overall, I think Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de is interesting enough to keep the viewer curious and it's funny at times, but so far I think it's just ok. I'm hoping for a good backstory for the butler, and want to know with his deductive skills, how come he's a butler and not a detective.