That's what I think, too, and I don't think it's a coincidence that Lindsay is the one who got the medal with TPTB wanting the audience to think she deserved it. I'm not at all against it being Lindsay who shot Shane Casey. In fact, I agree with Top that it's refreshing that a female saves her husband and child instead of the guy being the Big Damn Hero. It's just that Lindsay has been so poorly handled as a character both writing and acting wise since S3 that it's hard for me to give a damn, especially when they take what could've been interesting and reduce it to "Lindsay is oh so awesome." Now, if they continue with the story and we find something deeper than "Lindsay can't deal with killing Shane," I may end up liking the overall story. But as it stands now, and I personally think they're gonna drop it after one episode, the story really did nothing for me except further solidify that Lindsay is a Mary-Sue, "special snowflake." And I'd still bet money that if Danny had been the one to shoot Shane the story would've been very different and he wouldn't have gotten a medal for it. When I rewatched the episode last night I also noticed the "Jo is oh so awesome" aspect of the show. I think what made me not really be bothered by it was that Sela Ward brings depth and warmth to the character, so even though the writing may be trying to ram it down our throats I think the acting was good and made Jo charming instead of annoying to me.