I missed something. Jefferson seemed surprised that his daughter was in the 100 club when he was talking to his ex but if he didn't know she was there, why did he go there?
I enjoyed it and am impressed that so far they are doing such a good job of mixing comic book over the topness with gritty realism. Pirana aquariums with police profiling for instance. I think the actors are doing well. In a show like this you have to sell the seriousness or it falls into camp which is not where they want to go.
I wanted to strangle the younger sister because rebellion is one thing but going to a club where they may sell you into white slavery is just rediculous. OTOH I wish I could say real life teens are never that dumb and I can't, so I'm letting that go.
I really like that the older sister got arrested for protesting against the 100 and that the police look at doing that as worse than BEING in the 100. Unfortunately reminds me that before I went to peacefully protest in the Women's March last year some people were encouraging the police to beat us up for cluttering the side walk. Fortunately the Washington DC cops were polite as they could be, and there was no violence. I kind of feel bad for the nice cops that have to watch their job portrayed as a bunch of bigots abusing their power but OTOH portraying stuff that does happen, like being pulled over for no good reason, can be beneficial, shining a light on an injustice.
BTW in case anybody thinks stuff like that doesn't happen I was once going to the wedding of my roommate in Long Island, dressed for a wedding, had a wedding gift in my lap, my dad was driving and we got pulled over for no reason. Not speeding, no broken tail light, NO reason. White cop asked us where we were going and why we were going there and didn't explain himself , then let us go. In case you hadn't guessed we are not Caucasian. That scene really brought it back. I could feel Jeffersons's feelings... anger because it isn't fair, fear that you or a loved one can get hurt if something goes wrong, and embarrassment. The actor showed it all on his face.
I'm definitely continuing to watch.