Roger Collins shows up at a small house, banging on a door, apparently looking for Burke Devlin after last episode's stormy exit.
Meanwhile, back in Collinwood, Victoria Winters meets another member of the Collins family, this time out young Carolyn Stoddard, who starts to give her a tour of the house.
At the Blue Whale, Joe returns to meet with Burke Devlin, who offers him money for information on the Collins clan.
Roger stops by the diner where Maggie Evans works and they speak of Burke Devlin. There's also discussion of Maggie's father, a painter. Bill Malloy shows up at the diner and through that we learn that Devlin is an ex-con.
Back at the Blue Whale, Malloy breaks up Joe Haskell's discussion with Devlin, and tries to convince him to leave the Collins family alone. But there's clearly bad blood there.
Victoria experiences two strange occurrences, a door mysteriously opening and a letter moving from a drawer to her bed. The first sign of ghosts in Collinwood, perhaps?
It's interesting how Victoria has met the members of the Collins family one per episode in this first week of the show. Will we meet young David tomorrow?
Also worth noting this week are the number of pre-filmed location shots. I always assumed the train shots from the premiere episode were stock footage, but they obviously went out to shoot scenes of Victoria walking outside the house, or Roger driving out to see Devlin in this episode.
While as a new viewer, you might believe we get our first whiff of the supernatural this episode. While I'm prejudiced by having seen future episodes, I think the way he's been talked about thus far, young David Collins is likely the culprit.