From a show that is largely build on character development you come to expect a lot more than what this particular episode delivers. Hank's character seem a little bit shallow with the recurring theme of Bob Dylan but the good thing is that this is only a suttle slip up. Otherwise there is a much awaited development in the father daughter relationship. Only the development of that particular story suffers greatly from the format, i.e. the fact that you have roughly 25 minutes to develop a story and bring it to a conclusion.
Anyway, all flaws aside, the episode is not very eventful and deals with 2 major stories, the one about Hank and his ex not-exactly-a-wife and the one about Charlie and his marital problems. Both stories are fairly well developed given the format constraints and the acting is just as great as in the previous episode. The average classification of this review is only average for the show not compared to the loads of sub par production on TV.