One of the weakest wesen of the week sories in a while. They have done the "the girl is really the killer" plot twist so many times already. It's just boring. As if it wasn't obvious right away.. but the second Madeline Zima showed up it was crystal clear she was going to be the perp. What saved the episode is the great chemistry between Adalind and Nick. I don't miss Psycho-Vet at all. Though I'm pretty sure we haven't seen the last of her. 3/5
On the plus side, Ressler actually caught Lizzy by using his extensive FBI skills. Like, running. Seriously.. now he got lucky some hick got the jump on Red? Needless to say, I agree. This episode was weak. Well at least the chase plot is resolved. That started to get boring weeks ago.
I am having so much fun with this.Ok, maybe I am a little biased because Bruce Campbell is my hero, but wow..
El jefe ha vuelto!I've been looking forward to this all year!
Even 50 year old solar cells would :) They could charge their batteries over time and use it once they had enough. Thats besides the pont though. They acted if it wasn't possible in the first place. Look I know I'm nitpicking. But if the writers make Jemma Simmons and an astronaut forget about a basic scientific principle like that then I need to :)
So the reason they could not use the equipment to make more wormhole calculations is because the sun only briefly rises once every 18 years? If only solar cells worked with any source of light... like campfires.. Oh wait, they do. I understand that the average person would not get that, hello writers, but Jemma or Loverboy should have known. No excuses. I do detest the love triangle they sprung upon us if that wasn't obvious from the remark up there. Like we would not have belived Jemma caring for a platonic friend lost on another planet.
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I've been hoping for Olicity to "drop dead" for about a year now.. didn't mean it literally though. Joking aside, I would not mind at all if it was Felicity, but my money is on Quentin. Just going by simple elimination. All the characters but those two are already squared away in other shows. Plus the relevation we got about Quentin just screams "redemption and sacrifice arc" to me.
Loved the episode. I mean you can't fault them for reuniting Fitz/Simmons. What they could have done a lot better was the scene were Fitz jumped through the wormhole: The camera suggested once that Simmons was on a incline of sort, but it didn't look steep enough to stop her from just walking up. Its really unclear, especially since Fitz is shown walking around on the other side after he got through. I mean, yes he was being pulled back by the cable in the end but what was keeping her from moving?
I was wondering how they would babble their way out of having a black hole of all things show up at the end of season 1. Now I'm just happy they didn't make Dr. Caitlin Snow ask about the accretion disk again.. yeah it was pretty bad. Over all the episode was fine. The meta of the week ended up being one big contrivance, but I cut them some slack there since they had a lot of catching up to do.
I'm dropping Minority Report after 3 episodes.The concept is nothing original, the supporting cast can't act and the setting is very poorly realized. You are right about the bluescreen backgrounds. Especially the close ups shots. They blurr out everything but the head, it looks terrible.
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