Brief spoilers for "Journeyman" coming up just as soon as I get some change...
On the episodic side of things, "Journeyman" takes a step back from recent episodes, as Dan travels back to the early '70s for a lesson in cliches: a key party, Nixon resigning and hippies gone violent. (Though the Nixon thing did lead to the nice moment where Dan tells Katie he spent his time at the key party talking to Livia and watching TV.) Not since episode two's porno-plane and "INTERNET EROTICA CONVENTION" sign has the show been this unsubtle about Dan's trips back.
On the arc side of things, though, things continue to get interesting with the revelation that Livia's from 1948 and always travels forward in time, not back. I'm trying to figure out the mechanics of how a woman from the '40s managed to credential herself enough to become a lawyer in the far more bureaucratic, record-conscious '80s and '90s, not to mention why she's such a pro about out-of-date currency and the like when it never would have been an issue for her, not to mention why her clothes always look so modern when presumably she's just arrived unexpectedly from her home time the way Dan has, but the larger idea is cool. At least, it would be if the show were going to be around long enough to explain it all, which I doubt it will.
Also, I keep waiting for the Time Travel Gods to offer Dan a solution to his FBI problem, the same way they gave him Dylan McCleen in the first place to help him with his old currency problem. When the camera panned to all the bloody cash on the floor of the liquor store, I assumed that would in some way fix things, but the scene in the present with Jack spending the $20 from evidence would suggest not. (Also, did I completely miss the spot where it was explained how Katie hid the money from the feds and somehow got it into Dan's jacket?)
What did everybody else think?