^ It really would be :lol: I think it would take a lot for Lindsay to surrender her walls. Like, king-sized efforts here. They're such an ingrained part of her. I know that therapy involves a certain level of commitment, but I really look at the way Lindsay is now. (And especially, the way she was in Seasons 2 and 3.) I can only conclude that either her parents didn't take her to therapy after the diner shooting at all; or they did, and she somehow convinced both the therapist and her parents (and anyone else concerned) that she'd already achieved that goal they were aiming for...even if she so didn't. She might've convinced them by doing exactly what she always does even now on the show -- shoves problems away, pretends they're not affecting her, disappearing completely until she's sure she can pretend she's not affected -- and then becomes all upbeat and demonstration-giving whenever people are around, so they'll really think she's okay. It's fascinating :lol: Because from what we've seen, this strategy -- her walls, I think -- really does seem to work for her, at least as far as other people are concerned (she, on the other hand, is always going to have trouble dealing with problems if she doesn't get rid of those walls fast). The other characters (except Mac in "Like Water for Murder", and Danny a little in "All Access" and later in parts of Season 4/5) almost always seem to be surprised/taken aback/etc whenever Lindsay slips and it becomes obvious that she's not okay; which means she must be entirely convincing them on "normal" days. So I think she could've gotten that good at convincing people by using the same strategy on her parents and/or therapist after the shooting.