Season 3: Episode 16: Nothing in the Dark
Probably the initial thing that threw me with this episode is that the young policeman that is shot at the start, and who begs for help from the protagonist of the story, is a very very young Robert Redford. Startlingly young one must say, even for Redford who has hardly seemed to age at times over the years.
One you get past this, and allow the story to roll on, it takes on its own pace. In reality, it doesn't really get going until about two thirds of the way through, when the contractor and the protagonist are talking about her having to move out of her home that is about to be demolished, and the particulars of the wounded policeman are brought to the fore.
This is a well acted, three person, one set play, a tome more than a fantasy or science fiction story. It's pleasant enough, but it doesn't reach the top echelon of the show, just the middle ground.