Oh, finally the affair is revealed. I've been waiting for this forever! The best storyline in this episode is with Peter and Nina. During the confrontation on the porch when Nina just came back from the hospital, that was acted superbly by both the actors. We can even see the pain when he was talking. And the thing that i'm even happier with is, Nina finally come to her senses when she realises she cannot lose her family. Now I'll be so excited to see how she's going to run back to her family as Peter is getting close to Sunny (who is no more the horrible character that she was when she was first introduced).
The storyline with Sean and Tally is choppy at best in this episode. How can Tally be so blind as to not be able to see Sean tailing her all the time? How can the police department not be able to arrest Sean when he's been walking around town in the broad daylight? How is it that the storyline seems contradicting all the time? And where is the evil lawyer? He doesn't want the 10 million dollars anymore?
There's too much going on with this episode... the story with the nurse (i forgot her name), Damien and Frankie, it all seems rush although we finally get some drama with the nurse. And how convenient it was for the nurse to overhear her sis-in-law's-evil-converstion in her restaurant?
This show is very promising and the storylines are interesting. However, the feeling that one gets when watching is that there's too much going on and too much storylines in an episode albeit each character being interesting. Maybe they need to cut down on storylines and concentrate with less on one episode. I dunno...