Last to the party again, but never mind :}
The hallucination scene didn't really bother me, it seemed in keeping with Ty's frame of mind (and hey, it's tv after all), what bothered me was the fact that he freely admitted he was hallucinating. That struck me as a bit misplaced. Surely if he was sufficiently distressed to be imagining things, he wouldn't have been inclined to talk about it so casually? I thought the way Ty was lost for words in the scene where Tina cautioned him against contacting Quinn's mother was much more believable. Also that scene where he retreated to his office after Tina abandoned him in the corridor... *sniffle*
I also rather like the way Park's character is developing, I actually thought he came across as being very sympathetic despite the language barrier. His language skills might be lacking, but his empathy is perfectly communicated.
PS Am I the only one who found Trisha really rather insufferable?