"A Time for Killing" retells the events of "Menace" from a crucial point of view (yes, you'll see whose pretty darned quickly):
". . . and a Time for Healing" follows up, this time adopting Janet's point of view for the aftermath of "Menace":
Gen. Drama, missing scenes, hurt/comfort (well, "A Time for Killing"
may stretch the definition of "hurt/comfort" a touch)
PG-13 (mild language)
The first has a *very* unusual point of view, and a remarkable one that illuminates several of the finer points of the episode. And the second gives us a lovely portrait of Janet in her personal role as friend as well as in her professional one. By all means, check them out!