I was thinking about that just a moment ago when I was getting a back massage. (Good for thinking?) And I think it is a tad bit unfair that we're assuming the worst straight away. I like the idea of him pushing Rikki away before he does something he might regret. Danny knows that sleeping with Rikki won't bring back Ruben, but I think he also know it might make him lose Lindsay. He's not a stupid man, he does have a brain (and I hope he uses it). If that's the case, then I'm on board for going through brief nausea (again) before Danny figures out what he wants and goes to Lindsay to get it. I wish the writers had given us a scene showing something so we get an idea of what Lindsay's feeling. They were so focused on showing Danny's grief that we really didn't get to see anyone else's view on the incident. We saw a bit of worry from Lindsay when she asked Flack to check up on him, and we got to see Flack's worry for his friend. Granted, Lindsay was at the lab and there was little she could do, even that little hallway scene (given a little tweak) would have been something; at least we'd know that she was concerned enough to check up on him. We've hardly gotten any good DL scenes since Ruben's death anyway... But yeah, if Lindsay still hasn't told Danny the extent of her feelings, then I can't fault him for being confused (because we're just as confused, if not more). We saw Lindsay say she's not good at that kind of thing, but it didn't seem to me like she was just going to let it go. If things happened off screen, then I'm slightly annoyed that we didn't get to see it. But I refuse to believe that Lindsay hasn't done anything at all since then. She must have tried at some point. She's not a heartless person, but I think the writers were too engrossed with Danny, they forgot that we needed to see Lindsay's side of the story too... Well whatever it is, I'm over the promo. Whatever the writers have got planned will air, and we'll take it one step at a time. DL isn't just going to disappear like a puff of smoke. They'll find a way to work through it. And even if they do go their own ways for a brief amount of time (2 episodes enough?) the writers can start over on a clean slate with their relationship, and hopefully handle it better.