Very good episode last night. One thing that struck me was just how much Anissa and Jennifer looked like sisters. Must have been the hair change, but I couldn't get over that. My big issue was the fake racist rant. While the principal is a douche, and while he should have been more sensitive to the students, there was no racism there at all. Khalil did attack the school. He almost killed Jefferson IN that attack. That was the equivalent of a school shooting and trying to memorialize the shooter. While the principal's attitude is annoying, his desire to not memorialize someone who did that is more than fair, and Jen was out of line. And while Jefferson could have likely handled the situation, when he was actually there, he only threw grease on the fire--without actually knowing what was going on--because he didn't like the principal. So his claim that the principal could have come to him wasn't exactly genuine. Also, not all students have parents who teach at the school, and Jen was treated like any student talking back to the principal. Yes, Khalil was a victim in a sense, but he did commit the acts he committed, and endangered lives. I believe he also took quite a few lives as well. Just because Jen liked him and just because he was once a good kid, and just because he seemed to repent, doesn't change that his actions were what they were. There was no evidence in that scene that the principal was racist. Insensitive? Yes. A jerk? Yes. Racist? No. But on all other fronts, this episode was terrific. The show is getting better. We have compelling heroes, more compelling villains, and if I had only one complaint, is that we aren't seeing enough of Jefferson kicking ass.