Not sure how I felt about this episode. It felt much more like a setup episode than any of the others this season. Not quite as intense either. Still better than last season. I just wanted it to move more. For instance, in the previews for the next ep, Richmond finally gets a clue about who set him up. I just wish that had happened and was more developed in this episode. That has great potential as a sub-plot. Still some nice (though difficult) scenes, in particular the one in which he ends up on the floor. I've seen that happen to some folks that needed help into a wheel chair, and his reactions as the character were great. We got a bit of Linden's backstory, which was interesting, but I'm not sure how much that moved the story along. I'd give the episode a B-.