I meant that none of the camera angles from the "Strawberries and Cream" episode showed BWC's table until Lisbon calls him. But that is not correct, either. There is an aerial shot when Jane and Bertram first walk in, and BWC's character is not at his table. In this episode, "Scarlet Ribbons", the very first camera angle shows almost all of the tables. And it is odd. I did not pick up on this until I just rewatched the episode, knowing that BWC's shooting is seconds away. And yet you can clearly see Jane and Bertram sitting at their table in the opening scene, and Bradley Whitford cannot be seen, even though I think I see his table. I conclude that the director is playing with time. We are supposed to believe that there is at least one time lapse between the various scene cuts in the mall food court in this episode. Even though there are no "fades to black" for a second like you generally see for a time lapse. I don't like it. There are a lot of people visible in that very first scene. I've been freeze-framing it and playing "Where's Waldo", except "Waldo" is anyone who might be RJ or an associate. But I have not found anyone. I cannot see Cho on the upper level, but I think none of the camera angles are right to see him. There is someone standing on the upper level in the middle, could be a woman, with a coat draped over the railing.