Fun. I'd like to see this kind of Sterling again. He still wins but he gets tricked and made fun of. The series has had several Doctor Who references. They really should do a Doctor Who episode (a convention, a play, Doctor Who impersonator, Hardison/Parker or Nate/Sophie as Doctor/Companion, etc)
Good but not great. It was too big to be a single episode.
Not a filler episode but there was little plot advancement. For action there was also Corky beating up the gang near the beginning and the Marcus/Jasper fight. I think Annie should be more ambivalent/confused/unstable rather than wanting either her former life or fully embracing the life of a young lady.
Jasper can make good money boxing. Sarah makes a good point but it's a philosophical debate.
Francis has the nicer hat
I think Annie will run away or end up like her sister.
Lacklustre. The importance of a constant companion was illustrated but Amy had a minimal role and Rory might as well have stayed home.
Season 1 was better. The Garuda storyline wasn't plotted well. Several character arcs were problematic. The season ended well and set up Season 3 well.
Did the premiere date change for Arrow? All the sources I've seen say October 11th.
Triple bait-and-switch plot! Easily the best episode. I liked the hug and hand-holding but did not care for the kiss as it lacked any chemistry whatsoever. I like that the series shows both the positives and the negatives of Daniel's condition. Daniel had a major episode true this episode but did make at least some correct connections which very few other people could have made. After all, the hallucinations are manifestations of his mind working things out so a total persistent hallucination (or whatever it's called) would be his mind working at full power I guess.
Great except for contrived investigation, too much coma-dream and ship-teasing. Intro callback was lame. Lena couldn't pick a better time/way to kill off Annie for good? The kiss was lacking in chemistry.
A Contrived and mediocre mess.
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