B+. Lindsay kept mostly out of the way, which always makes for a better epi, in my opinion. The Statue of Liberty...unfortunately, after the initial impact, that high drama kind of fell as flat as yesterday's souffle. You have some whacko defacing what many would consider the premier American landmark, and I just didn't really buy the reasons behind that particular choice. Mac's "333" thing...too early to call. His trend of dressing more casually with each passing season continues--remember, he wore a suit and tie the whole of season 1?--which kind of cast his grimmer mood into high relief in comparison to the lighter fare of the past seasons. I'm not sure whether this is good or not. Sometimes when TPTB try to lighten it up, they go overboard, which really doesn't suit the NY gang. Season 2 is a great example. The first half was Vegas Lite: trying to outdo itself with more and more exotic crimes. The second got back to the grittier roots of the first season and was, in my opinion, much more affecting and better plotted (some missteps like "All Access" being noted, of course.) Season 3 was far less bipolar, so I hope that trend continues in season 4. However, I'm suspicious of TPTB starting some more dramatic plot arcs: Mac's 333, other spoilery hints. They have a strange inability to maintain continuity after the climax of the situation. We'll see. I liked that the motive wasn't just bored rich people killing each other for the most moronic reasons. But why didn't this guy try, say, threats and extortion first instead of moving straight to torture and murder to elicit confessions? Or hell, even appealing to their better natures with a massive guilt trip before crossing to the dark side? In between the "stunt casting" of the Statue of Liberty and the leap of logic in the actions of the suspect, it just didn't hit all the right notes for me. Solid but not spectacular.