As we see him readjust to his life without drugs, we get to see T.K.’s version of making amends and hear his unique take on the Serenity Prayer.
Dani, who we last saw in a steamy, boundaries-challenging entanglement with Nico, has turned her boundless capacity for psychological probing and analysis on herself. As we watch Dani deal with the emotional aftermath of not only her breakup with Matt and steamy kiss with Nico, but her son’s arrest, we learn she has an unusual choice for a frozen food in her kitchen.
The fallout from the death of Hawks owner Marshall Pittman is felt by the team as they learn Pittman left ownership to his football-hating daughter with serious daddy issues. Matt puts it best: “How are free agents supposed to take us seriously if our franchise is being run by our own Paris Hilton?”
The episode delivers with the humor and character reflection that are the show’s strengths. We’re also treated to an amusing appearance by actor Peter MacNicol (John Cage from Ally McBeal), whose character takes a turn at shrinking the shrink.
My favorite scene - Nico’s response to Dani’s tendency to over-analyze everything.