Am I the only one who thought the pacing was really weird? For example:
I literally looked online to see if I'd missed an episode. Didn't the last episode end with Adam going off to meet Fia's dad, and the senator steeling herself to tell Adam about his mom's affair? Suddenly this episode starts the next morning with Dad finding out from his mother-in-law that she told Adam the truth, and the meeting between Adam and Jimmy...what?...happened offscreen? Didn't happen at all? I couldn't tell from the godfather hug at the end if that was the first time they'd ever met or not.
The episode description talks about how everything is unraveling for Michael, and it was, but it didn't seem to matter. Charlie, Nancy, Lee, they all found out the truth and there's 10 minutes left and I'm thinking, I thought there were only 10 episodes but there must be another one coming to resolve all this. And then they all just...dropped it?
A couple of other points re: the writing:
OK, the dead mom's affair was a whole lot of nothing, after all that build up between Nancy and the grandmother, and Michael yelling at her the next day, and Adam moping by the river. Adam and Michael just laugh and hug it out? What was the point of having that in there at all? Is there source material that contained this plot line? Because I would have just left it out altogether if it wasn't going to mean anything.
That random ending was dramatically unsatisfying, IMO