AKA Sin Bin has Killgrave locked up and has Jessica finally in the driving seat. The problem with this, however, becomes when they introduce Killgrave’s parents into the mix.
In AKA WWJD Killgrave started to open up and have a sort of childlike attitude to whether or not he could change his ways. As an audience, it gave them a chance to start to sympathise with him. Killgrave was developing as a character and it started to feel like there was a nicer side to him as Jessica worked with him. Killgrave’s parents were portrayed as evil as they did experiments on him when his parents are brought to him to help get evidence in order to convict him the truth starts to come out and it might actually be what has been told so far.
Jessica has the control yes but it’s getting the evidence together so they can free Hope and get the charges dropped that is the problem. Now that she has Killgrave where she wants him she can’t just leave him there or kill him because she wouldn’t have the evidence she needs. This, however, brings its own set of problems as she needs the help of others. Jeri is one and this could be a fatal mistake with the way her divorce proceedings is going as Jeri starts to see the potential that Killgrave has for her.
Will Simpson also seems to have a secret, because as he is bleeding to death he makes Trish gets him to a certain Doctor for treatment it becomes apparent he is able to access other drugs. There seems to be a strong link towards Captain America style but in tablet form what exactly they do is still unknown but they seem to be some sort of enhancers.
AKA Sin Bin is one of the best episodes yet in the season because it combines drama suspense, action and the unknown, Jessica makes an alarming discovery as well that could be a huge game changer for everyone.