I was happy with the episode overall and thought the sailing-into-the-sunset ending was beautifully done. Obviously, I wish the divorce had never happened, but it did, and they had to deal with it. And, consistent with the history of GSR, their lack of communication was the big problem, and no doubt was the reason for the failure of their long distance marriage. But, as usual, Jorja and Billy handled the tense scenes and the awkward scenes and the touching scenes brilliantly. The 'game face' scene was kind of fun; and the bee scenes were reminiscent of GSR of old. Grissom so wanted to say something to her when they were just sitting there, but he seemed tongue-tied as usual; and then again, in the hallway after her promotion. He realized then he probably lost her for good, and he seemed totally lost. I think the essence of their relationship was everything Grissom said to LH at the end: he grew to love Sara because they had many things in common; she became not just his lover, but his best friend, the one to share life with. And now, he's not that lonely 'whale' anymore. The ending was poetic and beautiful and fitting for GSR. Billy and Jorja have never needed words to convey their feelings as Grissom and Sara. As a viewer I admit it would be nice to hear something, but the message was loud and clear in the hug and in their faces. Thank you Billy and Jorja, and Anthony Zuiker, for giving us wonderful closure for Grissom and Sara. All is right with the world now, and my memories of CSI are good ones again.