The other two episodes were underwhelming and mediocre at best, but Cyrus' “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too" episode was Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker at his best, says Tim Brinkhof. Fans have pointed out the untapped potential and underdeveloped concepts such as cloning and artificial intelligence in Cyrus' episode. "But," says Brinkhof, "the changes these complaints would propose, of disrupting the narrative and altering the tone, would evidently detract from what Brooker is trying to accomplish here, and what he has been trying to accomplish with the show since its earliest conception: to expose the lies and hypocrisies of society. In this case, his target is the music industry. Ashley O does not exist; she is an artificial personality, created not by Ashley herself but by her aunt. Her songs don’t communicate what Ashley feels inside, rather what extensive market research has proven sells. The conflict between the artistic integrity of the artist and the financial interest of their producers might as well by now be regarded as one of storytelling’s most archetypal relationships, one that Brooker chose to represent literally by having Ashley’s aunt induce her into a coma, extracting songs from her head without resistance, suiting them to her own needs....'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too,' may tell its story through a slightly different voice, but the story it imparts undoubtedly belongs in the cruel world of Black Mirror, and represents the best of Brooker’s talent as a writer: a continuous desire to reinvent himself, and a consistent capacity to surprise his audience."