I must admit that the twist in the end that the hooker was the bad guy caught me by surprise. It seemed like the episode was done with the criminal caught and everything seemingly resolved, but there was also 4 minutes left. The writers did a great job making a sob story for the call job and Michaela McManus also did a great job with her portrayal.
J.B. Smoove played Norman Jessup who was probably one of my favorite guests. He had little to do with the case other then pointing them in the right direction, but was really funny in every scene. It really was a no brainer to insert him into scenes after his character couldn't provide anymore help.
I was rather unimpressed by the outcome of the Alexis story which could potentially have added more drama in the next few episodes. Instead, the issue was resolved with Alexis explaining how it was only some exchange program and she wasn't planning on going anyways. Lame...