Along the line, I fell and rose (for you)
If someone had asked Jim in the morning how he thought his evening would turn out, he wouldn´t have pictured himself on the way to Barbara´s apartment with a criminal plastered to his side.
Or: Jim and Harvey work a case that sets a lot more in motion than anyone could have predicted.
It´s been less than a month now, and he´s already feeling the strain. He´s tired, not just physically but emotionally.
“You don´t want to stay?” Jim almost hits himself as soon as the words leave his mouth.
“You don´t want me to stay. Not today.”
Jim stares at the ground. He doesn´t want to be alone, dreads the silence and the feeling of abandonment. He hears Oswald move, but only looks up when there´s a hand on the side of his neck.
“Sleep well, James.” With a kiss to Jim´s cheek Oswald leaves the apartment.
And Jim feels lost.
Or: Communication is key; Jim and Harvey work a new case; and nobody knows how to deal with other people.