Of all the episodes so far, the Wide Window Parts I & II are maybe the most lacking. The Baudelaire children are now off to join their Aunt Josephine (Alfre Woodward) in her rickety home on top of a hill. Aunt Josephine is a big supporter of correct grammar (She better stay away from Kneel Before Pop), and she is deathly afraid of many everyday items, such as the stove, candles and doorknobs (they might shatter and get in your eye).
As always, NPH plays an amazing villain and really makes the series enjoyable.
And how adorable is Sunny Baudelaire (but also how much work is it to deal with babies, let alone work with them?).
There are two episodes left of the first season. I’m a bit worried there is going to be a cliffhanger at the end of the 8th episode that will drive me crazy.