The Iranian “hostage” situation is already over. But don’t worry, we still got some hot takes.

Ten U.S. sailors were released from Iranian custody on Wednesday, resolving a diplomatic incident a day after their vessels strayed into Iranian waters in the Persian Gulf. Their quick release—in contrast to the days-long, public humiliation of British service members captured by Iran in similar situations in 2004 and 2007—precluded a serious crisis, and even suggested the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran may have facilitated a friendlier era in U.S.-Iranian relations.

But the U.S. should have done it all differently anyway, according to certain critics.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, meanwhile, sounded a different note: