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This week's "Church in Ruins" is the first episode of True Detective 's second season that managed to recapture some of season one's magic: propulsive storytelling, beautiful direction, and dialogue that managed to be enjoyably pulpy instead of... It's probably too late to save this misbegotten season, but for anyone who's still watching, it's a relief to see that True Detective still has something left in the tank. After they sit down to coffee and work out their differences, Ray Velcoro tells Frank Semyon that his slimy subordinate Blake is running a complex prostitution ring, enlisting young, cash-strapped girls, sending them to Dr. Pitlor for extensive... Blake's little side project happens to dovetail with Ani's latest mission: going undercover at an orgy to check out some leads on the Caspere murder. Given the enormous cost and effort required to groom women for his orgies, why does Blake happily accept Ani as a "freelancer" at his big party. True Detective doesn't give us a satisfying answer, but the mistake certainly costs him. Detractors of True Detective 's second season tend to argue that the lion's share of the credit for season one belongs to Cary Fukunaga, who directed every episode, and not Nic Pizzolatto, who created the series and wrote both seasons. While I generally think Pizzolatto's work on True Detective been unfairly undersold, "Church in Ruins" is a textbook example of how a talented director — in this case, Miguel Sapochnik — can overcome dodgy material. Sapochnik's fingerprints were all over the episode's best scenes: the breakfast-table standoff between Ray and Frank, which crackles with the tension missing from their many barroom encounters. Ani practicing her stabbing routine on a dummy, which could easily have been goofy but instead feels appropriately menacing. "Church in Ruins" even manages to correct one of the season's earlier missteps: Stan, the henchman who was murdered as an apparent warning to Frank in True Detective 's third episode. When Stan was killed, Frank cared — but we didn't, because True Detective never bothered to introduce him or give him anything interesting to do. Stan's death was baffling because we knew absolutely nothing about him, and it only grew more grating... on paper, you could probably make a minor character like Stan feel like he matters: through exposition, or interior monologue, or even by his mere presence in a bunch of scenes. But the loss of the minor henchman never translated to the screen, and Frank and Jordan's trip to visit Stan's grieving wife and son in "Church in Ruins" could easily have felt like another pointless detour in an already overstuffed season. Instead, it's Vince Vaughn's best scene this season: a hopeful monologue, delivered to a sad little boy, which actually allows Vaughn's natural charisma to shine. True Detective 's second season has been obsessed with the idea of bad fathers. one of them is one, and one of them is probably on track to be one. That makes the episode's rare note of warmth, from a wannabe father like Frank Semyon, stand out. There's a 'before' and 'after,'" says Frank to the kid. "But if you use it right — the bad thing — you use it right and it makes you better. " It's the closest True Detective has come to a moral core all season, and it's strong enough to make you wish it had been placed earlier (even if Frank was probably responsible for the kid's dad's death). "Church in Ruins" also makes the welcome decision to move the story forward by getting all three of our True Detectives together for Ani's tense, off-the-books infiltration of the orgy party. Ray and Paul work the perimeter, but this is Ani's show. Stripped of everything but a transmitter and an evening gown, she hunts for leads as the orgy begins to heat up. Unfortunately, a dose of a hallucinogen — purportedly molly, but probably something worse — brings her dark past into her dark present. Miguel Sapochnik's finest directorial touch in "Church.

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True Detective’ Recap: Season 2, Episode 6, ‘Church in Ruins’
07/26/15, via The Wall Street Journal

Good for her that she grabbed a knife off the carving table earlier, allowing her to slice up this ... Something tells me that Ray is going to follow through on that “cheese grater” threat he delivered to his wife’s actual rapist, who is locked ...

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The extra step of grating cheese yourself instead of buying it pregrated from the store is worth it for the freshness and flavor. But it can be messy, the shreds flying all over the counter. Our solution? Place the grater halfway in a large zip-top bag ...

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