Overall I found the episode disappointing. I really adored Lindsay, and her concern and love for her husband. That was actually my favorite part of the episode. I loved her response to the situation and found it very real and believable. It was really nice to see that side of her in their relationship. I was disappointed because that was the only side we got to see. Danny was very vague for me in the episode. His character seemed rather disconnected from everything. It was a great opportunity to show case both his growth and the growth in their relationship--how in season one he was so upset because he felt no one had his back, but in this season he clearly has someone looking out for him, that would have been a great chance to show growth. The episode felt like it was on the precipice of being really emotional, but it backed down just before getting there. I also wish they hadn't stuck Danny back in the lab so quickly. It was such an interesting idea to have him out as a Sergeant. I know it would have been difficult to include him in story lines, but it would have been nicer to see him out a little bit longer. The end of the episode felt very rushed and I don't think I found Danny's reasoning to return to the lab as believable as I would have if the conversation at the end had been between him and Lindsay rather than him and Mac.