Broken record here, but the show just keeps getting better all the time. Not only is it a fun procedural because they made Finch a charismatic humorous character (micropenis?), but this show seems to have the ability to do something that very few shows can do, which is surprise you with where they are going. Almost every other show is predictable, regardless of how good (or bad) it is. For instance, I liked the CSIs quite a lot (well, most of them), but by the second season I was mouthing the lines right along in unison with the actors, being confident that I knew exactly what they were going to say and where the plot would travel next. You can't binge-watch a procedural like CSI because that would be too much Groundhog Day to take. Every ep was a rehash of the previous ep; they told essentially the same story 350 times in a row. Limitless, on the other hand, takes three or four sharp left turns in every episode; we never know whats coming next. The minds of these writers are so prolific, and their stories are really fresh and unexpected. I see an upswing in the quality of interplay between actors in this show, and in a lot of others. Surprisingly, even in Blindspot, which is a pretty straight-ahead procedural ('Patterson' is a favorite of mine because of her personality, yet she's just the tech that drives the main characters' actions). The way characters speak with and relate to each other is much more believable than it used to be just a few years ago. And the level of the acting (at least on Limitless) is kind of, well, unLimited. (sorry). Some of the reaction shots of the principal actors in this show are priceless.