In this second episode called Trust No One, we get to know more about the characters better. The main characters are starting to develop their traits in the plot. There is a twist in Leo's role, while Odi's character is now contradicting itself. This is exciting because it creates a feeling of suspense or anticipation as to what will happen next.
There are issues between human relationships and human-hubot relationships that are explored dramatically in this series. The best one that appeals to me is during bedtime when the daughter (Sofia) prefers the family hubot (Anita) to read the bedtime story to her rather than her mom. Why? Because she thinks that the mom is always tired and in a hurry when reading a story. Anita, on the other hand, is the opposite and, therefore, more pleasant to spend time together with. My point here is that, some human issues in this episode may be relatable and thought-provoking.
The story of Real Humans is not concentrated on one protagonist only. All the main characters from the first two episodes, so far, have equal weight. I am looking forward to find out what happens to each one of these characters on the following episode.