As odd as it is to point out, The Last of Us – up until now – hasn’t really focused on Joel. The first episode introduced Pedro Pascal’s survivor, sure, but gave a large amount of its time over to his daughter, Sarah. The second episode centered on Tess, the third Bill and Frank. The pair of chapters in Kansas City shone the spotlight on Kathleen, then Sam and Henry. So when Joel finally got his moment in the sun, you knew it was going to be good. And so it proves with ‘Kin’, a more laidback episode that digs deep into what makes Joel tick – and what makes The Last of Us such a great TV show.