I also only just got around to watching this one. It very much felt like a transitionary episode, setting us up for a finale that will no doubt be high drama. Mac is definitely a little supercilious in this one, which is kind of annoying. He's set his sights on Dunbrook, and while I'm sure it will turn out that he's right, it does go against his whole 'follow the concrete evidence' as opposed to the circumstantial. I guess we had the 'Mac got it wrong' last season so it's not likely to happen again for a while. I actually like that it wasn't a character driven episode though. As much as I adore those, it's realistic to have one that is purely about the crime, albeit with 'Big Mac' thrown in for good measure. I miss Danny though. He seems to blend into the background a little too much unless the story is centred around him. I'm not sure what's up with that. Earlier in the season they had some great Danny moments, particularly with his banter with Flack. It really does seem as though tptb struggle to keep all the characters going at once. Having said that, I do like that other characters have gotten a look in the past few episodes. I used to get annoyed that they didn't really give anyone other than Mac, Stella and Danny anything good to go with, so now I guess Danny is taking a bit of a back seat for the likes of Flack, Hawkes and Adam, which is only fair I suppose. I admit to wanting to have my cake and eat it though, otherwise what's the point in having cake? I gave it a C.