Re: The Great Ship Debate Okay....I have a question. This might sound a bit like "Riddle Me This, Riddle Me That" crap or whatever, but it's come into my mind and I think it could be a fair argument. Why is it that when it comes to GSR, very often people equate "angst" with "complexity"? I mean, when I see Sara pine over Grissom, I find it somewhat painful to watch most of the time. I mean, she spiraled pretty hard when he rejected her, and she spiraled again in "Butterflied" and "Unbearable" to name a few others. I understand she's a character who's fueled by the inner emotions that she tries to hide from everyone else, but I'm not sure how the angst she expresses over him can make their relationship "complex". Also, I've always felt that when they fight, like in "Sex, Lies, and Larvae", or when opens up a la "Too Tough to Die" or "Nesting Dolls", that their interactions are loaded with drama and angst. But, each of them have opened up to other people in the past for different things, too. So, basically, Why does their relationship establish "complexity" through angst and not other relationships? What's the difference?