First of all - this wasn't as bad of a cliffhanger as I was expecting. I can see where the Michael/Fiona shippers are probably crying their eyes out but thankfully I haven't really ever been one of those people and, currently, I'm very glad for that. If I were, waiting for season 6 to arrive would have me going CRAZY!!!!
Second - the scene at the loft where Michael and Fiona were arguing over her going to the Feds and turning herself in was almost tear-jerking.. I mean, yes it was emotional on both parts but with how quick Michael seemed to snap out of it and to his normal self makes me wonder if maybe he was partially playing Fiona to get her where he wanted her so he could keep her there and safe. I am in no way knocking Michael with that statement mind you - it was just something that popped into my head.
Third - what was with the look and tone in Sam's voice when he said that he was sorry?? It was almost like he voluntarily let Fi go and she beat him as part of their cover. I mean, I know he said that he agreed with her earlier so I wouldn't put it passed him to release her, wait for her to write her good byes then take a couple blows in order to make things look convincing and let her leave.
Fourth - Not sure what I thought of the "client of the week".. It was kind of a boring aspect, with the exception of course being Dean Cain cuz, that guy is, just, sexy. LOL I mean, I'm glad that Jesse had a roll in the whole thing and at the end when Michael punches Roberts and Jesse's says, "At the risk of getting a knock (or was it beat?) down can I ask what's going on?" - that cracked me up! LOVE Jesse Porter and I'm so glad that Matt Nix decided to add his character and hired Coby Bell to play it.
Fifth - I'm glad that Anson wasn't taken out of the picture in the traditional way. I mean, this guy is the perfect bad guy opposite Michael. He knows how Michael thinks and he knows that Michael will try something else to get Anson's hooks out of him and he makes it so he can't! It's great! I really hope he has a role next season and I wouldn't be too disappointed if Larry wasn't dead either.