Not only did this episode show the depth of a mother's love and sacrifice for her child, it also teaches not to immediately assume and judge others based on what you have heard or seen. Gideon knew that she was innocent and believed that there was good in her. The team always tries to find the good in people as should we. If watching Netflix all weekend has taught me anything, it is to never immediately accept things as they seem, we personally have to find the truth that we are looking for.
I also love how the show always ends with a quote that is relatable to each episode. This particular quote was from Albert Pike,
"What we do for ourselves dies with us.
What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal."
What will we leave behind that is immortal?