I posted this on the Orwell boards, and I thought I'd share it here, too.
I was thinking about this earlier...
From 101 to 103 we focused on Vince. We learned that he was a family man, we saw him turn into the superhero, and we saw him learn about the cape.
From 104 to 105 (at least) we started to see Fleming more. We saw the different personalities he has, telling Marty has doesn't have a sense of humour, but then when The Cape needs his help to save the day, he's suddenly having fun. And in Dice we'll continue to explore his mind and his past.
From 107 to 108, according to Tom and Summer, we're going to learn more about Orwell.
They're developing the characters one at a time. Does that seem odd and sort of ...amateurish to anyone else? And what makes it worse is while they're developing the one character, they've no idea what to do with the others. Flemming was completely useless and one-dimensional for the first two and a half episodes, and Orwell has been useless for the first four, and she'll likely remain useless until her arc starts in 107.
I gotta be honest, I don't really care for this style of writing. Like I said, it seems very amateurish.
This ties-in to what I said above about two rookies running the show. And unfortunately for us, Orwell is the last character to be developed.