We're near the end of Human Target's second season, and if one thing is perfectly evident, it's that Ilsa Pucci is a horrible character. Indira Varma is fine in the role given what little the writers give her. When Ilsa opens her mouth, you can pretty much guess that she's asking why Chance is doing x, y, and z. And the viewers still don't get it, the writers think, so we'll reinforce the point that she wants to keep an eye on things but is clueless how these operations work. Maybe it was necessary in the first few episodes, but she still asking when she knows the obvious answer--Chance has a plan that'll work out in the end. It's not that complicated.
I wanted to get that out of the way first, because "Imbroglio" and "Cool Hand Guerrero" aren't bad at all, welcome changes to the season two current. The nifty first episode puts everyone on the opposite sides of the equation they're used to being in, with Chance, Ilsa, Guerrero, and Ilsa's sister-in-law trapped with gunmen. There's nothing spectacular about the episode, but it gets the job done. The second episode, however, sheds a lot of light on Guerrero outside of the usual "guy in the trunk" dialogue. We see that Guerrero is very loyal to friends other than Winston and Chance, and that he has a son, indicated by the tricycle at the front of the house at the end of the episode.