Thought I'd start us off, this is the way this works, right? Much preferred this episode to the first one. @NoSurprises was probably correct that the first episode was more of a hook that worked for some, not so well for others, but the second did slow things down to give us more insight into how the characters think and feel. I'm liking the central dynamic developing between idealistic Emma, pragmatic Ray and slightly worrying unstable genius Norman. The threat of being found out is significant enough to be quite nail-biting.
But now it has me asking - is this going to be The Great Escape or The Animals of Farthing Wood? Will it focus on the break-out, or will that also be over quickly and the story move on to the adventures of the characters beyond the walls (which I'd hazard a guess would be pretty bleak)? Either has potential if it's done right.