1. Raynard loves his mum
We get an insight into Raynard’s home life, and his relationship with his semi-dependent mum. With the facade of doting son pulling a veil over Mrs Raynard’s eyes, the lines start to blur as we begin to wonder if he is really all that bad. Raynard’s real name is also revealed, and it’s the disappointingly mundane ‘David’.
2. Sins of the father
Samuel Delacroix, Arthur’s father, breaks down as Bosch and Edgar interview him, confessing to systematically abusing and killing the young boy. Samuel claims to have done the deed himself, including the gruesome burial, but Bosch doesn’t buy it, something doesn’t quite fit.
3. Ohhh, he can't help himself
Raynard/David is at it again, once more targeting a male prostitute. In a seedy, clichéd motel Raynard takes his time with his soon-to-be victim, waiting until the moment when his own image appears on the evening news before claiming another life.