That episode had it's good moments. Seeing Kiefer and Annie Wersching together again in there post-24 scenes brings up memories of their scenes together in 24. Wersching did a very phenomenal job on that episode as a doctor whose father is on death row, like she did with Renee Walker on 24. Her scenes with her on-screen father for the last time in that prison was sad yet very remarkable.
I know a couple of things for sure. After Kiefer's character in that show, Martin Bohm, learned about Lucy's death in it's climax. That was a sad part. Not to mention Jake seeing Amelia and learning that her mother got killed. That episode was something great on that show.