This episode is a little different from the usual Quincy formula in that he is trying to prove a death was a suicide and NOT a murder, but I'm OK with this as you need to change things up a little every so often. There are good guest stars that deliver strong performances throughout which helps elevate this to being an overall good episode in my opinion. I was also pleased to see Lynette Mettey (Lee) return in this episode as Quincy's girlfriend again after only appearing in the credits of the previous episode.
One drawback is that Quincy seems a little too eager to believe his friend and conclude that this was a suicide rather than a homicide before having all of the facts which seems contrary to his usual approach. Aside from that, there are enough twists and turns to keep this one interesting and enjoyable. Be sure to stay tuned up to the very last minute as just when you think everything has concluded there is another surprising plot twist at the very end!