Regarding Daisy's team: I don't think May's ex is deliberately shooting down every candidate out of some hidden motive. I actually agree with him that most of the candidates (if they're in a similar emotional state to Joey) probably really aren't ready to join the team. This is why they need to bring Luke into the fold. First, because he's already at peace with his powers. Second, because he has plenty of experience easing other people into theirs. Daisy's trying her best, but she only has her own limited personal experience to go by.
I wonder if Constantine will have anything interesting to say about Damien Darhk.
Here's an out-there theory regarding the grave at the end of the episode: it's Quentin Lance. There is something incredibly hinky about his whole association with Damian Darkh, it just doesn't make sense so far (especially in light of the fact that Quentin knows the true identities of some, if not all, of Team Arrow). One could read Quentin's hostility to Ollie at the train station as a sort of ominous warning. I can see Quentin sacrificing his life in the end - maybe in despair. But Quentin's death under such circumstances would definitely affect Oliver personally. It's also worth noting that the fact that there was a gravestone already in place means that the funeral for the mystery decedent took place probably some days earlier. (Either that, or it was a screw-up.)
I enjoyed the season premiere (the one with the militia separatists), but I haven't really been blown away by any of the episodes so far. That said, we're only three episodes in. We've a ways yet to go!
Danny really shouldn't have been texting. Stupid teenage mistake. That said, his overreaction to her rebuke was also typical teenager-type material. I'm glad that he came back at the end to fix the problem with the files.
Yeah, they really did overplay things with Little Miss Helpful Corporate Exec. Way to broadcast the ending, NOLA... I agree with you about the scene with Pride and Captain Garrett. The captain could potentially face some very serious charges for interfering in the investigation and tampering with evidence (despite the fact that the needles proved to be yet another red herring), but his actions were very understandable, even relatable, under the circumstances.
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I would not be surprised if it were all connected.
Timing would suggest that the Wizard of Oz, whoever it is, is somehow connected to Brody and the altered photos. And I completely agree, it will all probably blow up in their faces.
I was very, very glad that NCIS finally gave a little thought to that poor NIS agent who got shot in the face. Over and over through the years, we've heard about the unfortunate Shannon and Kelly, but no one seemed to remember the guy who was killed first! It's nice to have them revisit that. Also worthy of note is the mention of Mike Franks. For a guy who's been dead for years, he sure pops up a lot!
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