God, I hate Holt SO much, so this episode already had that working against it. Although, I loved how naive Tim the Bear was about the Holt/Colt charade and I loved Lester's attempts to knock him out. The B-plot didn't do much for me, which surprised me. I do appreciate them trying to intersect it with the main plot, though.
Got some chuckles out of Cleveland and Holt's love of theater and the ending "Nobody Learned Anything". This actually turned out to be one of the better episodes of the season, which I realize isn't saying much, but it's at least a glimmer of hope for this show.
Say what you want about the believability of the show's premise or some of the things that Michael does, but this show is beautiful when it revisits old characters and storylines. Quinn (the dead psycho agent in the well)