I agree with you rakhira. No continuity. Why would H not warn her ahead of time of his plan. It makes it appear that he does not care for her or her feelings any longer. Would he not think about how she felt when she found out about Ray BOTH TIMES! and how it would affect her when she learned about himself? And speaking of Ray, when Y walked up to H by THE WATER (what is it about these people and water?), and spoke about Frank calling her, etc, that would have been a perfect opportunity and a logical point to mention that this was a similar situation to Ray's but tgtb dropped that ball like so many others in this episode. Did Y have any kind of back up when she went to see Saris? We never get to know that and it's an important point. He held a gun to her head. What would have happened if he had not believed her (yeah, I know, it's in the script) but I think it's an important point to know if someone had her back. And again, H just showing up in places, and in places where his underground cover could have easily been blown. As for Julia, I have never seen her as a victim. She always appears more to be the victimizer. I don't remember her working with H in intelligence. I thought he said she was a nurse, so I'm kind of lost with this one?? This episode seemed like someone at CBS handed 5 people a general story outline and said to each of them "have at it" and just put everything they wrote together whether it really gelled or not. I am so sorry that I missed BL's premier last night and as drgnldy said, if I lurk here and see that Y is on, I will tune in to see what SM's contribution to the episode is. Not with any hope of development with H but merely for her acting abilities, at least the little bit we get to see. Personally, I believe we have all just witnessed the beginning of the end.... William Shatner and crew, save me a seat!