That was one of the better finales in a long time. There were a lot of E/C moments! To add to CalleighEricFan's highlights: Spoiler: finale...e/c moments Yes, we do get a cliffhanger. Argh! -short scene with E/C in interrogation room with Brian Austin Green’s character, which I believe plays Mr. Green :lol: . Nothing much here, just the usual questioning about Green's involvement as it was his car that used in the accident. -Cal makes a shocking discovery in A/V that it’s Sharova in the car when the ambulance/train accident happened. -Cal meets up with Eric alone outside the station and tells him about his dad’s involvement. Cal wants to bring him in for questioning but he says his dad would never do that and she doesn’t know him. She retorts “I’m sorry! But do YOU know him?” I’ve never seen Cal so upset with Eric and I think it’s more out of her concern for Eric’s safety than anything else considering it’s the mob they’re dealing with. She asks him if he has already been in contact with him about this and he says no but Cal then asks in a calm manner to see his recent outgoing calls. A look of surprise comes over him that she would ask him that. His faces says it all - she doesn't trust him. Scene ends with her saying she doesn’t want him crossing that line; she won’t allow him to do that. Intense moment...Aaaah, trouble's a brewing for our couple -Eric meets his dad at a fishing pier (and yes, his dad is actually fishing!) and confronts him about his involvement this morning. Sharova admits to being in that car but poor Eric is in disbelief and tells him 2 people died including an officer. He tells him to get out of the mob while he still can but his dad says there’s no way out, only debt/death (sorry, I can’t make out exactly his said). During this scene, I kept thinking, his dad needs a haircut badly! Does anybody have hairs clippers handy? -Cal gets an anonymous call at reception about Mr. Green’s car being found, she is suspicious of the call and asks who is this but the person hangs up. -As Cal is about to enter the garage to process the car with Ryan, Eric tells Cal what a lucky break that the car is found but Cal is short with him and implies how convenient that this “cracker jack” evidence pops up out of nowhere. Eric says what is her problem and she tells him if he’s helping his dad, he’s an accessory to murder. He replies that he knows the law and they’ll talk about this later and walks away. Noooo, E/C arguing Well, Ryan sees this thru the window as he’s standing next to the car and asks “What’s up with Eric?” when Cal approaches him and she brushes it off, saying quietly “I don’t know”. Ryan definitely picks up on the uneasiness with Cal but never asks her about it or pushes her. I liked that Ryan was giving Cal her personal space but you can tell he felt bad for her. -Shootout: during the crazy gun fire, a silver car comes bursting out of the warehouse and Cal shoots and hits the car but as it drives pass her, she sees Eric driving with Sharova. The camera angle implies Eric makes eye contact with Cal as they're driving away, leaving poor Cal in a state of shock! Cal tells Ryan it was Eric in that car with his dad and she shot at them. Ryan is also shocked by this. I love that Ryan covered Cal's back! -At the end, Sharova is found slumped in the car by H and Frank but Eric’s missing. They question him as Cal comes tearing out of her Hummer and runs like a mad woman towards them asking whose blood that’s on him and if she had shot Eric. Sharova says all he remembers is Eric was driving injured and lost control of the car, he doesn’t where he is. Hmm, very fishy circumstances. I don’t think I’ve ever seen Cal run so fast, high heels or not! -In their only scene, Cal tells H they've got to find Eric and that they can’t lose him, H says he won’t let that happen. H then follows footprints, which we presume are Eric’s, that lead to the water’s edge of the Everglades. -Episode ends with Frank leading Sharova away in the background with Cal walking towards the camera completely distraught and starts to break down crying....Fades to Executive Producer Jerry Bruckheimer.