Not a bad episode. One notices the close up and dark lighting of the episode which creates a feeling of closeness and tragedy for the show. The lighting gives a feeling of the aftermath of a horrid situation. I believe the J & R subplot, the phone calls to Hawkins, and the show's ending is all building up for the season finale. There is a lot of anger building up in the town of Jericho. I believe all the tension is build up for the climax. I think Jericho may only be 2 seasons. What can the series do for a 3rd year? Not much. 7 out of 10 the second best show on TV. Beck is the key character in the series now. How will Beck react to the circumstances?