Episode three's case involved a politican being murdered by one of his lovers. This episode I thought was the weakest of the three episodes so far. For one, it's getting annoyingly repetetive that Keiko's narration at the beginning of each episode talks about her character's wealth and how much more money she makes than her boss, who is also a wealthy detective. The other problem was the case. Once again, it lacked depth, and it was way too predictable. It was way too easy to guess who the culprit was. The episode added nothing to the plot until the last two minutes, where we get a ship tease between Reiko and Kageyama. The interaction between the leads and Kageyama's method of solving the case was still interesting, but there wasn't much else to this episode. With that said, the preview to the fourth episode does look interesting. I'm hoping for something good from next week's episode.