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Many throughout the series. One of the more notable ones is when Jack refuses to let Silas sentence David for treason and reveals that it was all a setup. Although it worked out in his favor politically, Jack didn't do it for that reason, marking a significant shift in his relationship with David.
Abbadon's lecture to Silas on how to handle his newfound unpopularity in the penultimate episode, in which he shows exactly why he's been in a stone box for 30 years. If you're a fan of Comedic Sociopathy, that is.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: For a story based on updating the life of king David, remarkably little of the first season's plot aligns to anything from the sources. So, the show skipped over the potential of the Crown Prince struggling with his friendship with David and his loyalty to his father, the story of David winning glory in battle even after becoming a hero, or Samuel and Silas actually coming into political conflict. Instead, most of the show was filler until the finale.