I didn't have a problem with Weir's pushiness towards Landry, since it seemed like something she would do. I just wish there hadn't been that vague inkling that her defense of Shep was a little more personal than it should have been. *sigh* But maybe if I hadn't known that Joe & Paul wrote the ep, I wouldn't have been quite as uneasy about it.
Can't say I thought much of Landry, BTW. He reminds me of somebody's doddering uncle.
As far as Simon goes, I can sort of see his side of it, but it's still way too convenient for me that the only block between full-on Shep/Weir ship is now permanently removed.
I wonder if the actor is preparing for/involved in another role somewhere because that hair was a bit ridiculous, IMO, and while we've learned almost nothing about Simon, I would have thought him a little too tightly controlled to have hair like that. *shrug* Or maybe it's supposed to be symbolic of the fact that he's loosened up and let go of the past and is now living a little more on the wild side with this new girl of his.