OK - the pilot is out of the way and we have a series.
We don't need quite so much of the hard sell, we've got the origin out of the way, and we can settle down on the exposition.
A young woman boards a taxi in a panic, she is soon falling from a bridge to her death in the river. The police assume that it's a clear cut suicide. Henry thinks not.
By using his super-observational skills of the dead, Henry establishes that the presumed suicide was facing the wrong way and had made attempts to save herself, neither of which would be consistent with a self-termination.
This sets us up on the case of the week which is a fairly bland relationship driven piece.
In reality, the case this week is really to set up some internal soul searching and comments about loss.
A family loses its daughter, a character loses his lover, Henry flashbacks to his early relationship... Read more