By Tanner Tafelski
At long last, along comes Scheherazade, and it’s a bit of a letdown. She appears in the first of three episodes. She’s in a section that’s untethered, that doesn’t have the structural rigor of “The Owners of Dixie” or “The Tears of a Judge” from part two. Before telling a story to her husband, the king Shahryar, in order to delay his intent to kill her, she crops up in Bagdad as well as wandering on an isle. The section is seemingly endless in variety so that you wonder where she’ll be next and with whom? Wait for the next scene to find out.