I thought Flint's rise back to Captainhood (is that a word?) would take up most of the season and so it's both surprising and satisfying to see it all happen in one episode. You have to admire a guy who will willingly risk half of his own crew on a gambit like that.
I'm liking Ned Low quite a lot. Vane was never really that threatening and so it's good to finally have a proper villain to antagonise the other characters.
I do hope Captain Jack Rackham actually...
I dunno. It arrives here in time for Valentines Day, and the main story seems to hinge on a romance between an everyday wolfman and an everyday Queen Of The Universe. I'm sure a lot of everyday couples can relate to it. Genius bit of scheduling, if you ask me.