I was into her for a spell in the early '80s, so I guess that "naughty" Olivia worked for me. Yep. A bit of exposition that I should have squeezed in somewhere--the opals in the consignment that he legally brought over were catalogued and thus easily identifiable. The ones he smuggled in were much more valuable on the black market. We saw a little of Wells's frustration, but the focus was mostly on Pete and Jim. Nah, they checked him for wants and warrants. Couldn't say offhand...there may have been one who learned from his mistakes in there. And he wasn't wearing one. It was a sudden resignation. I forgot to include an "after" shot of the Chief... Crooks gotta use shady contacts. If he were really in it for the long haul, he'd probably end up becoming "Da Boss". On the plus side, Team Ironside are loyal friends and comrades in arms. On the other, they've proven that they have no clue about undercover work. Ah, him. I was expecting them to fill a little time by actually showing the team having to adjust to their new assignments. That barely came into play in Ed's case, and strictly in service of helping the Chief. I guess it's a little late in the series, but the Chief could use a Wo Fat. He became an inspector for the RCMP.