True, but I thought this was very appropriate from a character standpoint. Alexis's life has been hell, but in the last half decade she's reallyyyyy been put through a nonstop wringer. There needed to be some kind of culmination, and today was definitely that and more.
I appreciate that we got this whole hour of delving into how her traumatic past with her father shaped her experiences, especially with men, in the present day.
And the scene where she's hugging her inner child and letting her know that she can let that pain go, was just absolutely tearjerking. NLG knocked it out of th