Exactly - you know, in truth I get a little tired of people saying "You should get out more!" I DO. I see friends, I go to parties, I just don't need to be in constant cell phone contact with them and be out with them EVERY.NIGHT. So that's something that always kind of bugged me about You've Got Male. So Sara enjoys pouring herself into her work... so what? I mean, you almost got the sense from their conversations in Gentle Gentle and Too Tough to Die that Sara and Grissom were saying to each other things they'd always thought, "You know, this doesn't apply to ME, but people say it all the time, so here you go." When WP says that Grissom wants to be alone, I think he was saying Grissom chooses to be alone. So that makes him having a relationship with Sara, which WP has said time and time again that he fully supports, all the more profound. Grissom isn't tortured and lonely - he didn't go to Sara to fill some void, he went to her because he wanted to BE with her. And if he needs to take some time, that's understandable. Sara doesn't strike me as the kind of person who needs to be glued to that persons' side every moment. And ironically it's been Grissom all season - first in the finale he's at HER house, then he brings her lunch, he comes in to check on her in Fannysmackin' - we've only seen Sara go to Grissom a couple of times by comparison. Far different than before they were together. Again, nice. And the fact that they're so clearly comfortable with each other at work is good. Although they're aware (Built to Kill 2 with Ecklie) of the possible dangers of being together too often, it almost seems as though they enjoy being around each other without necessarily having to add the relationship element.