Okay, so this isn't my favourite all time episode, but I was strangely fixed to my TV screen for the entire duration of the episode (with the exception of ads). Unlike most episodes which tend to be tied up with a pretty bow, this one didn't. It showed a side to war that many people don't want to know about, or admit, but also the effect is can have on all people involved. Nice to see more of Lee and DeValos.
The side storyline of Bridgette and the telemarketer was also rather amusing - though it was predictable that it would relax the pressure on the family - which I think was slightly exaggerating how things would work in the real world.