I'm just watching this now and typing as I go. I haven't read any responses so as not to spoil myself. Jo knowing about the cars was awesome. Adam tossing Mac's keys across the garage and Mac making him pick them up was also awesome. Why doesn't it surprise me that Mac would validate Danny being a hypocritical, self righteous ass as a boss. I was happy when Danny said he did wrong and had a lot to learn and Mac saying otherwise just pissed me off. The Hawkes and Adam demonstration was epic. I liked the exchange between Danny and the rookie cop whose name I can't remember. I like that Danny owned up to his rocky past with the dept. and that the rookie was able to take the criticism without sounding whiny or bitchy. The fact that Mac was able to indentify the killer from the interview. Speaking of evil guy, why does he have to be the evilest resident of eviltown? I mean, a world renowned criminal/killer ending up being involved in the case? Since when is Lindsay involved in a bust like that and packing a shotgun? I guess since Danny's not in the lab any longer they have to have someone do it and Sheldon isn't a cop so she gets it by default. I just really have a hard time taking Belknap seriously, though. I knew it was Jo in the car all along. It wasn't too hard to figure out they'd use the brunette former FBI agent to carry out the bust. It's a lot like when they used Lindsay to go undercover, except Lindsay didn't even look close enough to the chick to make it work. But then again, the Lindsay scene in NWILL wasn't about Lindsay being a cop. It was about Danny rushing in to save her and planting the DL seed. The way they caught him was way too friggin easy for someone who is supposed to be the evilest resident of evil town. The entire world can't take him down, but Mac's team makes it look like child's play. I thought after the premiere that they were bringing their A game this season and so far they just haven't. It's like they're not even trying. I'll be nice and give this one a C since there were some really good character moments to make up for the crap case.