^I think Danny was somewhat in shock immediately after Ruben's death, though it did come up in little ways, like in his conversation with Angell and the kindergarten comment. I think he was totally overwhelmed by it and unsure of what exactly to do. I'm glad we didn't get rage and anger from him because I think that would have been too much, and also him making it about himself. I'm glad they didn't go that route, and I think it would have been out of character for him anyway. Even when he's dramatic about things, it's not a matter of him really making it a "Look at me! Woe is me!" thing. I love the idea of him completely losing it, too. I think we saw the beginnings last season, and maybe as early as when Louie was beaten. Danny is so emotional and it's kind of hard to believe that he won't be breaking down at some point with all of this totally emotional stress he's been under. Being responsible for the death of a child (or feeling you are) is more than most people could take, and Danny is more emotional and vulnerable than most people.