There was nothing plausible about the main story line. It might have worked if the relationship had been substantially longer (little bits over at least 3-5 episodes), if she had demonstrated some irrational fears that Ducky would leave, and if she had demonstrated some hints of being a sociopath or at least callousness towards other people. I thought that the gossiping angle was overdone -- although I liked Ducky's anger at being gossiped about -- and I am getting tired of Jimmy's dunce act.
I enjoyed the episode, but two things annoyed me: First, if the assassin hadn't gratuitously killed the pilot (or whoever that was on the tarmac), he could have gotten a clean shot at an unsuspecting Carlo (and Annie). His mistake was necessary to set everything else in motion, but it didn't make sense. Second, the sudden intimacy of Carlo and Annie at the end of the episode doesn't fit their lack of chemistry throughout. I'm guessing that the writers are setting us up for a romantic rematch later in the season.
Um, why can't Hank and Evan just get a place of their own? MDs don't make enough money to live independently in the Hamptons? Ditto for Divya and PAs.
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