I gave this episode an A. The Danny/Flack scenes were wonderful and proved how much Flack cares about Danny and the lengths he'll go to help him. I know this has been said but I have to say it anyway. The pool table is gone. Perhaps Danny's trying to forget that night ever happened or he's making sure it never happens again. :devil: I can't help but wonder if Lindsay hadn't seen Don in the lab, would she even have bothered to try to contact him about Danny or try to find Danny herself. I'm thinking NO. She certainly didn't seem to be the 'oh, I'm his girlfriend and I love him dearly' type of worried. Don appeared to be much more concerned about Danny than she was. I liked Don's persistence. He is the one person that Danny can't fool, run from, or hide from. Don is always one step ahead of him. I didn't see him bordering on being stalkerish either and when Danny refused to answer Don's call, I enjoyed watching Don have his cell phone tracked. I initially wanted to smack Danny when he told Don to mind his own business but after I watched the episode again, it's clear that Don is the one person who knows Danny well enough to know when he's saying things out of frustration. When he told Danny it was his business, Danny didn't argue. He knew Don was right. I believe Don's right. Danny needs to stop blaming himself. If Rikki hasn't laid the blame on Danny, then he shouldn't either although I have a feeling that Danny will always blame himself anyway. I enjoyed the scenes between Danny and Rikki and I'm glad to see they can turn to each other when they need to. Hearing Danny call her 'sweetheart' was really sweet just like it was when he called the little girl 'sweetheart' in Boo. As for DL, is there such a thing? I really didn't see anything in this episode that would indicate Danny and Lindsay are together. If anything, it seems that Lindsay doesn't really know much about Danny and it's clear that she doesn't spend any time with him away from work. Sure, she knew he was off the day before and that he was late for work but that doesn't mean they're dating. Of course she'd know when he was off and/or scheduled to work....they share the same office. Same thing with Mac telling her not to catch the flu from Danny....they work together and he doesn't need another CSI off. I doubt he thinks they're dating. Aside from telling Don she was worried about Danny and then helping him with that phone number, Lindsay didn't appear to be very worried about where Danny was or how he's holding up emotionally. It was just another day at work for her. Yeah, they're so in love. One thing that really bugs me is when Lindsay called Flack...Don. Are TPTB trying to use Flack as a way to make us like her?? Sorry but trying to make them be BFFs is not gonna make me like her. I really enjoyed the Flack/Angell interaction. I think they would be a great direction for TPTB to take. She's a recurring character so we wouldn't have it in your face every single week and oh my, they sizzle. They've barely had screentime together yet, they have shown more sparks than what Danny and Lindsay ever have in any of their scenes. I'm betting the perfect place to get that Irish coffee is either at Flack's or Angell's place. Flack calling her Jess makes me wonder if this will be the first time they've gotten together outside of work. As for the case....sorry but the Danny/Flack, Danny/Rikki, Danny/Flack/Rikki, and Flack/Angell scenes had me not caring much for the case. It was good to see continuity from Child's Play. Now...would someone please tell us what happened to Louie. With the name All in the Family, you'd think he could have been worked into the conversation somewhere. Last but not least....Danny on a Harley....very hot.