Honestly, I thought the episode was awful. First off, I really hate that they skipped an entire month after the shooting. :scream: Was it really necessary to skip that much time? Flack struggling with Angell's death, Danny struggling with the shooting---there could have been so much potential to show them struggle with these issues over the next few episodes, instead of cramming them all in one 45 minute one. We get to see Danny being pessimistic about his situation for about six seconds, then all is well again? Obviously he has been struggling since he looks so unkept and lies to Lindsay about the diagnosis, but why not let us see it? DL I honestly didn't mind in this episode...I actually found most of their scenes okay, and I did like the scene when Lindsay tells him about her bringing an umbrella, even though there is only a ten percent chance of rain. Again though, it didn't have the same effect knowing that he's going to be fine, and that we never even really get the full picture of how depressed and pessimistic he is about his situation. Flack hooking up with random women to forget Jess? Ugh. I can see how a show can make this work, but if he says in one scene he's doing nothing but sitting around thinking about her, and then in the next four he's flirting/drinking with some random chick, I don't buy it. Adam/Stella....ugh. I like the little crush he has on her, but I really didn't want to see this one night stand thing. For one, what even led up to it?? How did this even happen? Okay, maybe they were both upset about the shooting, whatever. It was still totally unecessary and random, and wasn't even explained except for them saying "oops what a mistake lets not do that again!" The case was extremely anti-climactic, and weak. And someone please tell me why they just couldn't pull photos from the building Risa worked in and see which employee looked like the Jane Doe, instead of listening to voice recordings? Obviously just a ploy to get us to hear Danny's prognosis about his walking again, and done very ham handedly. I did like Mac in this episode--for once he actually seemed like he was doing something for someone else. But really, he didn't suspect Dunbrook at all? After this whole saga of being at each other's throats?? Overall, not worth the wait. D. Minus.