|Jessica has a calm chat with one of her noisy neighbours|
Two episodes in and we're already beginning to see how some of the pieces of the puzzle that is Jessica Jones fit together.
Determined to prove that Hope is not responsible for the death of her parents, Jessica revisits the details of the bus crash she caused in her attempt, a year earlier, to get rid of Kilgrave.
Her investigations lead to a disabled ambulance driver, which leads her to disgraced doctor David Kurata (Thom Sesma) who treated Kilgrave after the bus crash and may have a clue to Kilgrave's weakness.
Kurata's involvement with Kilgrave is enough to convince high-price lawyer Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss), a frequent employer of Jessica's services, that Hope might have a defense against the murder charges she's facing.
Meanwhile, Luke is getting hassled by the police as they suspect his complicity in the Shlottman murders (after finding surveillance pictures in Jessica's office).
However Jessica tells him she was hired by the husband of one of his booty calls, which ultimately leads to a gang of thugs turning up at Luke's bar seeking payback.
Unfortunately for them not only does Jessica intervene, but viewers learn (what comic book readers knew already) that Luke has his own gift: invulnerability.
As all this is unfolding, Jessica's bestie, talk-show host Patricia 'Trish' Walker (Rachael Taylor), is trying to help her friend out and appears to be training in Krav Maga... hopefully for her transformation into costumed crimefighter Hellcat!
In the closing five minutes of the episode, Kilgrave finally turns up in the flesh, creepily ingratiating his way into the home of a random family for reasons I'm sure we'll soon discover.
AKA Crush Syndrome was another pitch perfect episode, combining investigation, revelations, superpower fisticuffs, multiple sub-plots, plenty of comic book Easter eggs, and an insidious villain obsessed with our protagonist.