The golf has disappeared, and the eye-candy factor continues to ramp up exponentially. To the degree that it's almost like being pandered to. Not an unpleasant experience.
It is kind of annoying now it is clear the writers are inventing scenes without any constraint of making sense, and once you realise that the enigmas and questions will never be answered, but just piled up, they stop mattering within the story. Next episode a World War 2 bomber might be found, or one of them might turn out to be a werewolf, or anything. And the 'numbers' just provide spurious continuity between these unrelated ideas-they-just-had-in-a-script-conferen