Juliette's storyline felt really disjointed. Last time we saw her she was fully indoctrinated into the cult and telling Avery she didn't want to see him anymore, and this episode started with her criticizing the leadership and wanting to leave. We're clearly supposed to infer that realizing she was pregnant changed her outlook on the situation, but I wish they had actually taken the time to show us that. And the pregnancy makes it pretty clear she and Avery are endgame- it's the only conceivable way Avery could possibly come back to her in the time remaining.
The cast feels less cohesive in general this season. Characters have always had their own arcs, individually or in small groups, but there used to be way more cross-over interaction, like at the Bluebird or the Highway 65 office. Scarlett is pretty much entirely off on her own, and there are fairly distinct groupings of Will-Avery-Gunnar and Deacon-Maddie-Daphne with very little mixing happening otherwise.