The second episode was certainly more interesting, with a lot more happening, but I still have reservations, not least with the central character, who looks less menacing than most OAPs, but just as credible as one as the boyfriend of that blond. I could believe in him as the bean counter in the Sopranos, but not as a tough guy with lightning reflexes in a fight.
Also, the plot staggers along in a disappointingly contrived manner which is neither funny, nor seriously dramatic. Finally, some of the characters, like the members of the inept police force, are just a bit too silly, but not in a funny way. And why is a successful club owner still driving around in an electric car? It was a minor joke in the first place, which long ago ran out of juice.
Still, the scenery is nice, and some of the Norwegian actors are watchable.
(Are we being asked to sympathise with Frank despite the violence and blackmailing?)
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