And the awesomeness just keeps on coming. Nerve-racking, tense, and gut wrenching. The ten minutes with Grace gone were some of the most powerful moments the show has ever done. Unfortunately, I really hated the resolution being so anticlimactic (Grace being baptized). I really REALLY wanted the show to go all out especially with the excellent foreboding dream that began the hour and the fear surrounding Pike to escalate into something truly epic. Had the writers followed through (maybe have Grace kidnapped for a while and give the Florrick kids something interesting to do), we would have probably ended up with the show’s strongest episode ever. Instead, we got a VERY good one that fell a bit short. I do hope we get something that exciting eventually because Marguiles is so up to the task it’s scary. She was exceptional and phenomenal in all her scenes tonight, even more-so than usual if that was possible. She truly is one of my most favorite television characters ever. In other news, I liked having Peter likable again as he comforted his wife. It was a side of him we hadn’t seen in far too long. Will on the other hand was quite the cold bastard and their final goodbye scene was stunningly played. (Which of course, has turned Diane into the villain of the piece but she knows how to straddle both lines perfectly). Finally I’m intrigued at the prospect of Alicia leaving Lockhart & Gardner. I actually never thought it was possible but Michael J Fox proposed quite the tempting offer so I have a feeling the writers might have Alicia try it out for a while. It was would be quite the bold writing choice to do so while staying true to Alicia’s character so let’s see where they take us. In the end, this was a fantastic hour.