It was the worst of the three, but I'm really glad the Compass Killer plot is over. If I hated "Grounds for Deception" for the incredibly cheesy and bad clichés, this episode was even worse. There wasn't a cliché about psychotic killers that the writers didn't meet and like. But what ruined the episode for me--yeah, even more-- were Danny's action scenes. R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S. I don't remember an episode apart from "Blacklist" this season where I was so anxious for it to end. If I liked something, I've already forgotten it. Oh, and please, since when is Lindsay so empathetic? Did she graduated in psychology when we weren't looking? This may be the reason why she's been MIA for a while this season. The last scene would've been nice in another episode. I don't know why, but I found it too forced and too long, like the writers were trying so hard for something that I certainly didn't feel. I've definitely lost any hope I had left for the rest of the season, only a miracle would made me watch season 7. I doubt it will happen. When Danny is becoming my less favorite character, I know this won't have a happy ending for me.