Season 3: Episode 17: One More Pallbearer
OK, so it's always entertaining to see someone who is (surely) clinically insane take on some 'hostages' and try to torture them mentally, and then offer them a way out but only if they accede to his wishes. However, after the initial opening sequence, where our protagonist grills his three 'guests', and we discover the axe he has to grind with each of them, the story fails to gain in interest.
Why? Well, because it all seems too obvious. The way that the protagonist draws out the story, and the actions of the three he has drawn in, are all as one would expect.
Of course, the conclusion of the story does have its quirkiness, but in the long run it is an episode that offers little of consequence, and little moral fortitude.