The team investigates at a speak-easy when one of its owners is murdered and $10,000 disappears; Adam has an unusual day off.
I liked the Adam storyline in this episode. At least we got some continuity with Adam's back story on how his father used to slap him around. The writers could have been more heavy-handed in handling the topic, but fortunately they didn't choose that route.
My grandfather had Alzheimer's and I could relate to Adam's frustration with his father's loss of memory and not being able to remember names and faces. AJ Buckley did a great job with these scenes. He so desperately wanted his father to remember what he had done to Adam and the way he was treated.
It was nice that Mac went to talk to Adam, especially since Mac knows about Adam's past.
As for the "A" story, it was just okay. I would think that the regulars in the bar would have noticed that the alcohol didn't taste right or that something had to be wrong if people were getting sick. Maybe that's just me and I've watched too many procedurals over the years.
At least we only had a brief Mac and Christine scene. I still don't think those two have that much chemistry together.
I must say that Eddie Cahill is looking better than ever. Flack has always been one of my favorite characters.