Most of you H/Y fans on here really has come to the same conclusion as i have - H/Y is simply too late now. I still love H/Y, but it doesn't work anymore. After watching till the end of season three, it's still possible. Even very likely. Until Season 5, 'Burned', there's still somehow a chance. Now, it just feels impossible. Still, i gotta admit i'm glad every time i hear Sofia Milos is gonna be on the show - although lately each time has been a bit of a disappointment. But nope, i'm not giving up on this ship, although i no longer have a belief it's gonna happen. However i don't think this changes the fact that they once had a great chemistry and that we should hope for better H/Y scenes than we - for example - got in Resurrection. At least i'm gonna keep on hoping for better scenes with Horatio and Yelina, though maybe not romantic ones. In my opinion, simply finding out what's going on in Yelina's life these days and a mentioning of Ray would be great, and i'd be happy with that. Still, i have this thing that's been bugging me for so long (since resurrection). And i mentioned this in the Horatio thread, though like Wolverine said; it was a bit too shippy for that thread. So i'm just gonna repeat it here, and it'd be great to hear what you guys have to say about it. Oh and I hope i'm not repeating old discussions; i've not been active on here for a very long time... Well, basically i wonder what the writers thought when they brought Yelina into Resurrection. I don't mind that she's in it at all; but how on earth could Horatio let Yelina think he was dead, thinking of what Ray did to her (and everyone else) in the past? Horatio surely should be aware of how hard it was for her, and how hard it was for him, to discover that the person they thought was dead really wasn't. I really can't understand how he could do that to her. And i also wonder how Horatio, the man who's supposed to care for his family so much, suddenly is willing to risk Yelina's safety, like he does in Resurrection. Whether he loves her as a family member or something more at this point isn't very interesting; either way he put a family member's life in danger. And to me, that sounds very much unlike the Horatio Caine i've gotten to know on CSI: Miami. So to sum up what i just said; What were the writers thinking? I think they were really unthoughtful when bringing Yelina back the way they did in this episode. Maybe they have decided that Horatio and Yelina no longer love each other in that way; but this doesn't change the fact that these two do have a history. And nothing the writers can do can change that. For old times sake.