A generally excellent episode, with only one thing that really bugged me. First, my favorite thing: When Andy evokes Julia's name in his argument with Linda, that was one of the great moments in the show. It said so many things about the characters and the relationships, things that I can't adeqately summarize here. That moment, when the audience realizes what Andy sees in Linda and what made him so desperate to plow forward, and the realization of it was perfect. Now, my least favorite thing: Andy winning Linda back. In the context of the earlier moment this was almost ludicrous. First that Andy would try to win her back after realizing that he was trying to recapture what he had with Julia, and then that Linda would take him back knowing that part of what attracted him to her was something that reminded him of Julia. The fact that they didn't even acknowledge what had happened earlier but swung it back around to the HIV thing again was even worse. I applaud the show for tackling male eating disorders, something that I haven't seen covered outside news magazines and Health videos. I thought the storyline was well handled and the characterization of the whrestler played by Gregory Smith's brother rather real in it's two dimensional drive. The fallout of Amy's decision was also handled in fine fashion, showing how much it's hurting everyone else and how selfish she is to maintain control by devoting herself to one person. And, of course, it was nice to see Ephram and Amy talk to each other a bit. Plus the acknowledgement that old people do, in fact, have sex.