That was my initial impression of her as well. I went back and forth about the character--I was pretty lukewarm about her, but I didn't notice Anna's stilted acting until "All Access," in the scene where she put her hand on Danny's shoulder and the one where she got upset. Anna was so unnatural, so awkward--I could tell she was reading from a script, and it wasn't impressive in the least. I guess to some extent that's possible, but I feel she draws just as many people because they like that the Plain Jane got the hot guy. Personally, I wouldn't mind if Danny had hooked up with Angell (before she and Flack got together) or Maka or Aiden. There was actual chemistry there. My problems with Lindsay aren't that she's with Danny--aside from the fact that she sucks energy out of his character like a vampire. I think that would be a great way to get rid of her--and with the acceleration of the romance, I can't help but think it would be a great twist for Danny's character and his development. Not only would he be devastated by the loss of his wife, but he'd be left to raise a baby on his own. The story possibilities are limitless. Certainly, it would be more interested than watching Danny and Lindsay bicker at each other over diaper changing duties and play date shifts for seasons on end. Yeah, I think it would be great for him. At this point, Lindsay is dead weight--she adds nothing to the show, save for carrying Danny's child. The whole "demonstration" thing is played out. There's been little to no development for her in two seasons. Let's just say it wouldn't be a loss if she was written out. That was a truly odious scene. Here were all these dead teens, and all Lindsay could think about was that Mac didn't let her process the scene and sent her back to the lab instead. The height of lameness. She really showed how self-involved she is in that scene.