LMAO at the "hemorrhoid surgery" bit. That was great. I do think there are valid issues to discuss regarding Shaun and Lea's relationship (mainly because there's still issues they themselves haven't fully dealt with, at least, not that we've seen, anyway), and I liked Glassman explaining to Lea why he's so protective of Shaun. But I did like Shaun trying to keep the peace throughout and speaking to Lea's parents later on. That was a good speech he gave them.
(And I'm glad they called out the "vaccines lead to autism" nonsense point blank, too.)
I knew Claire was concerned about Lim because she was seeing so much of her own past troubles in Lim's behavior, but I hadn't really thought about her comparing Lim's situation to that of her mom's. But that makes so much sense and definitely adds to the deep concern she's showing her. I agree that it's risky for her to be telling Glassman about such personal things, but she is also right that Lim's behavior could have a potential impact on her work and that of others, so it is good that someone else be aware of it. I just really hope they'll be able to pull Lim back from the brink, 'cause I don't want her going anywhere.
Lots of tension throughout the episode in general, really. That case with his dad and daughter was pretty intense, too.
I also liked Morgan and Olivia talking. And we got Shaun and Claire working on a case together again, which, yay :)! Been some time since that's happened, I missed that.