I have to say though, that the whole "guy fires or aims at target only to have someone out of frame take the shot" thing is becomeing quite cliche. It happened twice in this episode, and seems to happen in a lot in shows in general. It's to the point that I'm expecting after any shot for the camera to pan toward the "real shooter."
Stuff like that makes the rare REALLY good gun moments in movies very memorable.
The Indiana Jones vs. Cairo Swordsman in RotLA, for one.
Han Solo immediately drawing and firing on Vader in SW:ESB, for another.