After Lily’s behavior at Amaya, Kenton forces her to see a psychiatrist. Meanwhile, the Devs team disagree over the ethics of their invention, and Forest asserts his commitment to the project.
User Reviews: Ever so rarely, you encounter a story that feels like it was written especially for you. Devs is that kind of story, and this episode was as close to perfect as the midpoint of a story could be. Episodes 1-3 were interesting in their allusion that says "hey, this looks different."
It’s like when you are on a giant rollercoaster, and you feel the servo motors kick in, and you look up and see the tallest drop you’ve ever even imagined rearing over you as the car is dragged higher and higher. You know that whatever your expectations were, you are about to greatly exceed them.
This episode is where I became totally invested in the story. There is absolutely no turning back because this story has hooks and barbs that latch onto the mind like some crazy fishhook and you are being reeled in. No matter what, you care about what happens to these characters and ESPECIALLY, where this story is taking you.
What happens to Lyndon is going to feel so familiar to some of you that it is going to HURT. It’s a twist that I totally didn’t see coming!