Yes? I'm not sure what the question is.
Did we ever establish that they are in a particular hurry? I can't remember anyone bringing up why that would be the case. And in terms of the pacing of the show, I don't see an issue either - it's actually nice to have some interactions between the different peoples of Men and get back to Haleth before she dies (Men really are like mayflies at this point...), and it's in a point in the show without much tension or danger - the tension has been resolved with the actual move out of Nargothrond.The question is the second part of the statement: would it work from a pacing standpoint; that is, would Andreth want a stopover in Brethil if she wants to get to Dorthonion as quickly as possible?
It's just a minor scene, but I like it! A great idea to maybe incorporate in the detailed script discussions we'll have in some months.Quick thought, might have missed it earlier in the comments. I was wondering if we have a clear excuse as to why Andreth wouldn't marry a man after Aegnor.
Being bitter and heartbroken works, but it would seem odd from the perspective of the other humans (she wasn't with anybody as far as they know, so why would she be heartbroken?). In the live episode, Prof said that the people would consider her an "establishment" who would be above falling in love with others. Though I agree with that, that doesn't stop others from falling for her.
This isn't a groundbreaking suggestion, but could we have a moment in which Andreth turns down a human male (likely because she now recognizes that she wants Aegnor)? I'd envision a scene that starts with said dude leaving Andreth's presence with a sad smile (no dialogue), and another person (woman?) enters in immediately and asks Andreth what that was about, and she can briefly respond. In just a few seconds of screen time, we could establish (1) a reason why human men don't approach Andreth (she refuses them), (2) Andreth's budding awareness of her own love of Aegnor, and maybe (3) a verbal statement of the establishment thing ("yes, I'm surprised he tried, given that you are somewhat above all that").