Ok, I'm caught up. MAN. That episode was gut-wrenching. The prison storyline was my least favorite, but ack, he didn't do it and no one should have to go that way. I don't understand why the evidence wasn't enough to get a stay of execution. Heartbreaking when he didn't get to see his kid (except through the window) at the end.
At the same time, he delayed seeing the kid all day--until it was too late. And he picked the antiquated means of execution. And while innocent of the murder, he wasn't a good man by any means (the references to beating his wife, etc.). I like how this show does shades of gray. You still felt awful for him in spite of all of that.
I can't wait for the finale this weekend. I really hope they find Callie alive. After all the sadness so far this season, they really need that win.