It's out of control because Ava may be involved in a murder - she's already in prison - or may be a potential victim of the killer. She's punched out, under Gillian's protection, when some bad people break into Gillian's house. Gillian winds up with a bruise on her cheek, and is clearly shaken. Lightman holds her and tells her how much she means to him. But it's already clear, I think, that he's falling under Clara's romantic sway, and the coming attractions for next week show more of that. (Fine by me - though I'd like still like to see Gillian and Lightman together.)
Max Martini - Mac on The Unit - also puts in an appearance as Dave Burns the prison shrink, who may or may not be involved in the murder. Dave reminded me so such much of Mac that it seemed to me that the prison shrink was just a mission for Mac (I half expected Dennis Haysbert to walk in) - a testament to his memorable role on The Unit. In Lie to Me, he turns out to be innocent, and may have continuing role, since there's clearly a spark or two between him and Gillian (and other reason she and Lightman may going different erotic ways).
Loker continues to have almost no role, but I'm thinking we'll see him in something major on Lie to Me before the summer is over.
See also my reviews of Lie to Me and Bill O'Reilly, Saddam Hussein, and Ben Reynolds in Lie to Me 2.6 and Lie to Me 2.7: The Redeeming of Loker and Lie to Me 2.8 in Afghanistan and Viva Lightman and Las Vegas in Lie to Me 2.9 ... Lie to Me 2.11: Double Feature ... Lie to Me 2.12: The One Prevarication ... Lie to Me 2.13: The Whole Truth and Rep Joe Wilson ... Lie to Me 2.14: Paranoids Can Have Real Enemies ... Lie to Me 2.15: Melissa George and Shawn Ryan
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