OK, I know I just posted in another thread saying that you have to ignore continuity errors and things that don't make a lot of sense. But there is a line. Two things I have trouble tolerating: 1) when the writers go to the trouble of introducing a character and then establishing their motivation, and then have them do something that undermines that. 2) when the laws of physics are significantly violated. The Black List is not guilty of #1, to my knowledge, but this episode all but flaunts #2, which kind of makes the whole episode "#2", if you get my drift. Things that fall from a great height Spoiler with appreciable mass do not drift to earth like a snowflake. Also, things that come from the same catastrophic event at the same time do not fall at different rates. Third, those that fall slower, which is not even possible, do not hit the ground first. There is a little thing called acceleration, and another called terminal velocity, both of which can't be ignored. I guess it is due to creative license, but it still irks me. The producers wanted to make the opening scene dramatic, and violated the laws of physics to do so. Sorry, I have a problem with that. Not as flagrant as Marvel's AOS trying to plug a hole in an airplane with an inflatable plastic life raft, but still irksome. Of course in Star Wars explosions in space have corresponding audio, even though there is no medium to transport audio in outer space. I guess I cut them a break on that one; it would be difficult to tell the story if reality gets in the way.