I was so pleased to see Zack Weinstein in a role that had nothing to do with his tetraplegia at all. He was merely another student in a forensics class learning about profiling serial killers. They didn't even feel the need to zero in on his wheelchair, but you could clearly see his chairs joystick and tell that he has difficulties with his hand usage. I think it is a good sign to see wheelchair actors in parts that are NOT just about their disability. When a wheeling mom comes on screen (eventually...) to talk about laundry detergent or some other mundane life issue I will know that we have "made it" as fully integrated human beings.