Just finished watching Bad Blood and I still am wondering why this show seems to be taking such a beating sometimes when it comes to the critics. Although, this episode wasn't necessarily the best I think that Crusoe still brings a good pre-industrialized civilization adventure series to TV that is sorely missing.
In Bad Blood, I was happy to see more involvement with Olivia. If the show was nothing but Crusoe & Friday it would get quite boring quite quickly and I think that's the largest redeeming factor of Bad Blood, the fact that Olivia was used a bit more and became a great part of the show. Hopefully we get to know more about Olivia future episodes.
Another cool part of this episode, in the back story of what led Crusoe to leaving his home, was showing more of the treachery that surrounded him prior to setting sail and getting stranded on this island. I have a feeling there is a lot more to him leaving than what we've seen - starting to get the feeling his wife was wanting him gone and his inadvertently getting involved with the rebels was a good opening for her to do so...but that's purely speculation.