I was going to reply buy Fay did a better job than I. That's exactly what I wanted to say: It's not about knowing if Danny has lied or if his supposedly 60% chance is a reason to be optimistic. It's about trying to understand what is he going trough and how she can help because with a baby at home, Lindsay can't possibly devote herself to Danny. Even with a nanny -and perhaps also Danny's parents- a newborn has a lot of needs and I think it's realistic that Lindsay will need advice and help. You know, maybe she's acting happy and perky again because she thinks that's the best way to deal with Danny, but IMO she's not dealing with how the situation is affecting her, she's just going through the motion. But if the writers decide that we'll never see how Lindsay is coping, just her new positive and cheerful personality, then it's really fruitless to discuss it. I guess for some people it's easier to accept that Lindsay is going to be the perfect wife and mother forever and ever and ignore how their relationship was before the shooting, but for me this will mean that Lindsay will never be more than that, Danny's loving and supportive wife.