The title of the episode is pretty self-explanatory. While the focus of the episode was on Landry confessing to his crime against Tyra's attacker, there was still plenty of stuff going on that interested me.
Besides Landry confessing, there was Tami and Julie continuing to go at each other's throats. It could've been easy for the show to bore us to death with these scenes, constantly showing the same thing over and over. However, the writers have been smart in how they show Julie and Tami arguing. There's a sort of ebb and tide to it; just as they start getting along, the tension builds again and they explode. Their argument in this episode may have been their best scene yet. The intensity of it stood out to me and I was psyched to see that the show allowed them to scream over each other, even if we couldn't understand them.
Then there's the Santiago character, who has been a wild card this season. He hasn't exactly contributed anything to the season so far except for when he moved into Buddy Garrity's house. I'm not exactly having high hopes for him, but I have been hoping that the show would at least use him somehow and tonight, my waiting paid off. Watching his nervousness over his first game as handled perfectly. They didn't make him do good right off the bat. He had to earn a few bruises first before he could change the momentum. Seeing him and Buddy talk together and bond a little bit was a great scene as well.
Speaking of characters who haven't contributed as much to the season, Jason Street shows up after he was missing for a couple of episodes. I've always liked Street and I hate it when the show gives him little to do. Luckily, his plot here was some good comic relief and it's nice to see him get a little victory. It also finds him moving out of his parents house and into Herc's apartment.
Besides the Matt and Carlotta relationship, the show is starting to find its feet late in the second season.