No thread on this yet? We watched it last night. I don't know.....it just didn't have the same feel as previous seasons. 1. The whole beginning with Don replaying the confession over and over.....just too predicatible. I immediately said to my wife "It was a fake confession...he is covering for someone or working undercover." 2. The whole Colby situation shocked us at the end of the season, and it is good to know that he wasn't truely a bad guy...but the whole storyline was confusing....he's a double agent, no, he is a triple agent......hey maybe is a quadruple agent Just not well written. 3. They didn't really explain the characters too well....the guy who helped Colby escape and ended up dead, the Val Kilmer character, etc....it all seemed a bit rushed. 4. When Colby and his friend went down to the subway station, there was all of a sudden a large number of police officers that came down....apparently looking for them....yet, they boarded the subway with no one stopping them or questioning them....not realisitic. 5. None of the math made sense in this episode...using math could not figure out which path Colby and his friend took.....and it was common sense, not mathematics that figured out that there were Chinese cargo ships leaving the port that they might be on. The whole "trust metric" was bogus.....just a reason to throw math into the the show. 6. Charlie looked really scruffy.....more than usual. He seemed to be distracted....nothing he said really made sense to the story line. 7. Kind of tired of Larry's oddities.....sitting in a monestary...then having a conversation about a crime while other monks are meditating in the background? It just seemed totally confusing for us...I had to pause and rewind a few times and try to figure out what happened. It may be the last season for this show.