I have some mixed feelings about this one. I loved some of the team interactions. I liked seeing Lindsay and Adam working together and adored the Mac/Danny/Hawkes tower scene. I thought Danny was cute with the whole 'let's get it done before someone (i.e. 'I') wets themselves'. The case was a bit 'blah' but I kinda liked that the girl got away. I thought it was totally weird that Mac was able to be taken from a crime scene without anyone seeming that concerned about it, particularly as Stella and Flack had a conversation about it. Surely they have protocols for that sort of thing? As for the chemicals, I like how they used that conversation for Stella to find out (because yes, she's not silly and she knew damn well that Lindsay was referring to herself). But, overall it was a lame attempt to deal with the issue and one they'd have been much better leaving well alone or dealing with it properly. I thought Danny's proposal was as adorable as Anna Belknap said it would be. I am so glad that Lindsay said 'no' but agree that the whole 'Lindsay walks away' thing is way beyond tired at this point. I actually had some hope in 'the box' that they'd stop with all of that. We saw a glimmer of a pissed off Danny with the 'you can't just lay this on me and walk away' and I would love to see them to explore exactly why Lindsay walks away and basically have her stop! Having said that, it doesn't help that all of their interactions are at work. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure their only non work interactions have beein in 'SOOH' and 'snow day'. I'm not saying I want any overtly personal 'date' or 'home' scenes but how hard would it be to have them walking home from work together and having a conversation, it would make it much more realistic. I really went into this with no expectation of being convinced Danny was in love with her. It is all too rushed at this point and while I can see that he loves her I think it's all a bit too much for the whole 'in love' thing to come across as believable and not Danny just trying to do the right thing. Obviously the proposal was him doing just that. I think the 'I love you' is genuine but they haven't given it any depth at this point. I hope that the depth will come over time. Even though it was a little sappy at the end I really, really loved the scene with D/L telling Mac. I think what I loved was the way Mac seemed to react to Danny. Even when he was pulling Lindsay into a hug it was Danny he was looking at. There seemed to be a lot of affection there which was so nice to see given some of the past tensions between Danny and Mac. Overall, a B+.