Thanks for that. Absolutely! (Sorry, seems to be my favourite word lately! :lol. I think she portrayed every of the situations in Stealing Home amazingly well. The way she washed Sarah in the morgue. The way she talked to the father, not able to hold back her affection. The interrogation scenes. Her determination to get answers, her story with Sid. Her feelings as she was thinking about home. Many different scenes, many different emotions and all of them amazing and realistic in my eyes. I liked that as well. I'm glad she didn't just say 'you're right' to Mac but instead showed she has a different opinion as she needs answers and can't just accept the way it is. I agree, it's showing her motivation. About the Mary Sue thing, I don't really use that word, but when I think about it, in all honesty I have to say there are a couple of persons in CSI:NY that would fit to the description of what a Mary Sue or a Marty Stu (isn't that the male version?) is. I love that they show scenes of Lindsay in which we get to see her from other sides. Like when she freaked out in All Access. Or when she pushed people aside. She's not perfect and I agree that this is good. It makes her human and people are able to relate to her. I have to admit there are many ways she reacts (and also the way Danny reacts) I can relate to. It makes you feel like their reactions are the ones of 'normal' people and I think watching that on TV is much more enjoyable than only seeing perfect people who can't do a mistake. Also I like that Lindsay can admit when she was wrong, like she did in People With Money, and she doesn't do it in a pissed 'but in fact I was right' kind of way. I also wonder if it's quite easy to convince her. I don't really see her as a stubborn 'I know it better than you' person, which is another thing I like about her a lot. I like it when she gets to show her Lindsay things. :lol: Man, I love this expression. To me it makes her character unique. She's not 'one in a million', she has different things that make you think 'Ah, that's her'. Like when she does said demonstrations or tells stories. Also I think she is very good with interrogation scenes. She had a couple of ones and all of them are pretty powerful in my eyes. I never saw her making fun of a suspect or anything like that. But she has this look when she interrogates them that I really love. Like 'I'll get my answers, you'll see'- fits to what we said before, that she has this motivation to find out why something happens. And possibly this also fits to her wish to come up with all those facts. To understand things. And this leads me to wonder if this strong wish to understand things also somehow fits to her possibly always having the wish to understand why this murder of her friends happened. As she also asked Stella why not her, why she had luck. Okay, I'm possibly overanalyzing here and looking for continuity. :lol: But well, I think it's part of her; wanting to get answers, for evidence, for motives, for everything. Does that make any sense?