You know? I really don't see a lot of "jealous" here. I don't "ship" any couple on the show. So my concern with the E/C storyline has nothing to do with jealousy. To reduce it to people being jealous kind of dismisses a lot of valid concerns about this relationship. I see people in this thread expressing opinions about a relationship that many feel is very contrived. A relationship that has been shoved down our throats and we have been made to feel like outcasts because we don't see this magic "chemistry". A chemistry many feel is forced and difficult to watch. This whole thing was done very badly by TPTB. We have been bombarded and overwhelmed with nothing by E/C while they desperately sell this "relationship". As I've stated previously, they've destroyed these characters on the road to this relationship - with Calleigh virtually unrecognizable from the character she was at the start. Her ethics and integrity have been seriously compromised multiple times - somewhat starting with Jake - but she pulled out all the stops then all for the love and protection of Eric. I've lost almost all the respect I ever had for the character. When the show started, Horatio and Calleigh were the characters I was drawn to and they became the reason I watched the show - not for a romantic involvement. I felt David and Emily had an amazing chemistry working together and it really showed in the interaction between their characters. Episodes like "Broken" and "Kill Zone" are wonderful examples of two actors with great chemistry making it look effortless. Unfortunately HAD is the sad part of all of this. Apparently the working relationship between those characters is gone never to be seen again. I can't help but wonder if part of the reason they don't have those two working together is because it would be a stark example of real chemistry (again not romantic) as opposed to the chemistry they are trying to create that isn't happening for a lot of us. Only time will tell when the hype is over (if it ever is) and dust settles if the show gets back to business or we have this "relationship" to in our face every episode. But there are a lot of other characters on this show portrayed by some outstanding actors. These characters have the potential for storylines much more interesting to me than E/C in bed. So no, jealous is the last word I would use to describe how I feel about this developement. If some fans want to see E/C dating, in bed, in cheesy little love scenes, then create the "Calleigh and Eric" show, spin 'em off and let's get back to business.