This is a fun early Crossing Jordan episode. Here you can witness the nice mixture of drama, comedy, sleuthing and some touching, tear-jerking moments.
We are shown more of Jordan's family history - her father grew up with a future crime boss - and it is certainly nice to see the bar get introduced (sometimes I thought that the bar itself was a character).
The local crime boss has a son - in college - who gets accused of killing a male student dropout. In the end, Jordan realizes that the son is innocent, but afraid to come out tomorrow his father as being bisexual (or gay). In the end, the truth comes out, but we never know how the crime boss father handles the news.
Organized crime families - in real life - tend to be very right wing about gender roles. Being gay or bisexual is generally treated as a serious failure, even liability for the family. I think that the episode could done a bit more on how the father reacts, but overall this is a fun episode about fathers.