I have mixed feelings about this one.
It was interesting to see a group of angels.
I feel like some of the Seth angst was unnecessary because it could have been lessened if not avoided completely if they'd just had a real conversation. Instead they were both passive aggressive, which, shockingly, led to a poor outcome.
If Seth genuinely wants to break up with her because he can't handle it or because he thinks it won't work out in the long run, I'm not happy about it, but fine. If he's doing it because he doesn't want to eventually hurt her more, that's not cool. Putting her heart on the line is her decision and he shouldn't get to make it for her any more than she should get to make it for him.