Hm. I don't think she was being too unprofessional. Just a bit, in a very human way, like when I call my fiancé while I'm faxing papers. It doesn't really hinder my productivity, but I still shouldn't be doing it. I mean... calling one's boyfriend while acting as bodyguard to a witness is something I wouldn't recommend, but Angell was approximately fifteen feet away from Connor throughout her entire conversation. Additionally, he was handcuffed, which would prevent a sudden escape, and he was eating with two men in suits, one of whom was probably his lawyer. Apparently, Angell though it unlikely that either of them would attack him, especially if they're on his payroll. Angell kept an eye on him the whole time she was on the phone. She made eye contact with him, he glowered (presumably because of the handcuffs), and she looked at her breakfast. That probably would have happened regardless of whether or not she was on the phone with Flack. The only difference I can imagine is that she would have been sitting and eating, which I think is a worse situation to be in if you get caught in a shoot-out. Also, I don't know how useful it is to call a dead woman unprofessional, so it never really crossed my mind in the first place. For me, there are some clear differences. I don't know how everyone else would view it, though. Firstly, everything I said up there.^ Secondly, walking a few feet away from a guy who's handcuffed, and keeping your eye on him while you call your boo, is worlds different from leaving evidence, which can be snatched away, lost, or a myriad of possibilities, on a counter while you leave the lab to flirt with someone. The first is understandable (because Don is hot), yet still respectable, because the job is still obviously high priority. The second is understandable (because Danny is hot), yet considerably less respectable, because it seems like the job was forgotten or abandoned. Thirdly, there's more focus on Lindsey, and she has a history of unprofessional antics, such as leaving a crime scene, being rude, etc. So we have a higher chance of seeing her do something stupid, and having it stay up on-screen for a long time. The same can be said for any of the main characters, like Stella, Mac, or Danny, who've all done things that people have complained about. And finally... I just don't like Lindsey. I'm biased. It's easy for me to pick up on the bad choices she makes, and when she does something wrong, I immediately think something negative, rather than something positive. That's an interesting point. We could be in for some really fantastic drama with him, if the writers play things right. I guess we'll see how things work out next season.