Didn't love the Calzona focus here, but the writing was good.
Don't feel so bad for Wallace. Now she understands their jobs. Why they are how they are and do what they do. The congressman.. well. Not sure what his deal is. But I'm sure we haven't heard the last out of him. One thing I have been troubled by. It was Granger's call about Kensi. Why wasn't he in the hot seat?
I did love seeing Jamie get some great screen time. I did fear a little during the stabbing scene that Jamie would end up shooting an innocent. Thankfully, it didn't go that way. As for the rest of the episode and the handling of how tricky it can be to be a public official and a person of faith. I think they did a good job. Church has its role. but, not when it comes to the public at large. And it has to be that way. You can't subject everyone to one way of thinking. There are many religions. All should be respected. Hence why there is separation of church and state in this country. This is a great show for many reasons. This episode highlighted one of them.
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