And... I agree. And that's how it should be. Like the way that as brutal and bone crunching as DD's first hall way fight was when Frank had his fight in the cell block it was even worse. The series take on violent action fits this character. And goes into what made Frank the way he is. An interesting undercurrent in the show seems to be the effect of violence in general. I am happy they aren't shrugging aside Frank's time in a theater of war and exploring that element through other characters' stories.