I was somewhat let down by this episode in the fact that it did not seem as intense as the first 6. It did have some good points, such as: 1. Dale standing up to gracie.
2. Heather kissing Jake.
3. Robert's response to NYC not being hit.
3. Robert's relationship with his wife and the indications of knowing of the "attacks" long before they occurred.
I was somewhat suprised again that Jake's past was specifically mentioned, but any specific info about was averted. I would assume this will be the trend for quite a few episodes to come.
I can live with the lack of intensity of this episode for what appears to be an action packed episode 8.
I will say that overall, this show has far exceeded my expectation of a weekly program that has kept me glued to the t.v. every Wednesday night, which has probably set my expectations pretty high.