As usual, the history was nonsense, but it was fun. Interesting idea, to juxtapose Ray and Nate's purely hetero bromance with the most epic love story of all time -- underlining how emotionally open their relationship always was, unlike with a lot of men in our society. I do feel the whole thing was way too abrupt -- why move out right after making the decision? There was no reason they couldn't have just taken a couple of weeks to sort things out before moving out. I mean, they'd have to line up a new place to live, new jobs, and all that anyway. So the dilemma of just up and leaving and rushing to have "one last mission" felt artificial. The way they played the love scene between Consteo and Zariet, I get the feeling that wasn't just acting. I'd expected them to have Nate and Zari fall in love again, but are they doing a John-Zari romance instead? So now we know that Mona isn't gone for good, she's just recurring now. I'd like to think that means Ray could be back, although given how unhappy Routh has sounded about the way the decision was made, it might be a while, if ever.