Brief spoilers for last night's "Torchwood" coming up just as soon as I hit all the local pubs...
"To The Last Man" was like an amalgam of two season one episodes: "Out of Time," where Owen fell in love with the time-displaced pilot (and which Owen invoked several times in this episode), and "Captain Jack Harkness," where Jack and Tosh were stuck in a World War II dance hall where Jack had one perfect romantic night with his namesake. As those were arguably the two best episodes of the very problematic first season, it's not surprising the show would try the (time travel) + (doomed romance) equation again, and if this story lacked novelty, it was executed well.
In particular, I liked the pre-credits sequence with the 1918 members of Torchwood, as well as the matter of fact nature of our soldier's annual wake-up day. When you're around Torchwood long enough, the extraordinary becomes routine, and it quickly became clear that everyone enjoyed his company -- just not as much as Tosh.
Owen's eagerness to compare his problem to Tosh's was a good touch, and a continuation of the closer-knit team this season. Last year, every team member kept to themselves, kept secrets from one another, and it got unpleasant after a while. Here, Owen sees Tosh rushing headlong into the same kind of relationship that messed up his head for so long, and he actually takes steps to help her, because she's his teammate and his friend.
What did everybody else think?