Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-11-09 (Thursday)
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Ian J. Ball<IJBall@mac.invalid> wrote:
> Gotham - "Stop Hitting Yourself". An episode that's actually very light
> on Gordon,
and Bullock, and even lighter on Batboy and Alfred
as we focus on the "fight club" where Grundy, Riddler and
> Dr. Leslie are hanging out. Penguin orders the female trio of Barbara,
> Tabby, and CatGrrl to go to the club to pinch Riddler. But there, Tabby
> discovers that "Butch" is still "alive", and Barbara discovers that
> Leslie has been hangin' out there, so they get sidetracked. Eventually,
> Penguin sends Firefly(?)
Yes. Not sure if she's dead
too, when the three ladies "fail" in their
> mission's time-limit, but Leslie and the three babes stand up to
> Firefly, and save Riddler. Now the three dames are off Penguin's
> payroll, and Leslie is running the fight club.
Pengy should be able to take the whole place out pretty easily.
> Meanwhile, Gordon displaces Bullock as Captain, after Gordon loses
> faith in Bullock. And Penguin takes on a very young "apprentice" (was
> this kid some kind of "Easter egg" for the comics fans?...),
I hope so but I don't know ... they only called him 'Martin' which isn't
much to go on. One site says Martin will eventually become the "Emperor
Penguin" and I have *no* clew what that means.
> figures out that Crystal Reed's Sofia has been snowing him this whole
> Next episode: It looks like we're back to Pyg, as Pyg apparently
> takes on Penguin head-on...
> Arrow - "Deathstroke Returns". An episodes devoted to the backstories
> of Slade Wilson and Dinah Drake, probably the show's two *least
Who is Dinah, the Earth 2 canary?
> interesting* characters. So, yeah, this episode was a total snooze,
> especially when they bungled the revelation of who "Vigilante" is
> (we've been waiting over a season, for *this*?!...), and then went
> improbably awful with the "twist" in the story of Slade's missing son.
> Yeah, this was an episode so bad, even I could hate it like Fred and
> Jim usually hate this show - and the worst part is, it's not over: the
> next episode is going to follow-up on all of this nonsense... >:/
> P.S. Why the *Hell* is Willa Holland still main-cast credited on
> this show when she never friggin' *appears*... :/
What the Hell is wrong with you that you're complaining about Willa
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