After a rocky start in Season 1, Legends of Tomorrow has started a descent into decent storytelling, yet there still seems to be too many characters to focus on. Even without Rip Hunter, who is destined to return eventually, the writing is too unfocused on the team as a whole rather than any individual character.
As much as we may love the team on Legends of Tomorrow Season 2, the writing continues to show the flaws of Season 1 which was focused far too heavily on Rip and Kendra.
On this week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, an amber alert is issued for Alaric’s twins, Enzo pays the price in deceiving Sybil and Stefan Salvatore quite literally sells his soul to the devil which delays that Steroline June wedding. Oh, and Sybil’s still a bitch.
The Vampire Diaries Season 8 Episode 6, “Detoured on Some Random Backwoods Path to Hell,” tests the lengths in which our vampire friends would go in order to save another, but not without it getting super complicated along the way.
Arrow’s 100th episode took Oliver, Sara, Thea, Diggle, and Ray to a collective alternate universe, thanks to the Dominators, and showed them what their lives would have been like if Oliver and Sara had never gotten on the Queen’s Gambit. Would they have been happy?
Oliver Queen loves Felicity Smoak. Fact. Oliver Queen lost Felicity Smoak. Also a fact.
As the crossover ended, Team Flash, Arrow, and the Legends, using Supergirl’s help, brought an end to the Dominators and saved the world. It wasn’t an easy task, yet they banded together and, as Mick says, they were “saved by geeks.”
Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 Episode 7 continued the crossover’s focus on Barry Allen and more of the consequences from creating Flashpoint. After all, the Dominators only returned to Earth because he decided he could go back in time and change the past. Why does Barry screw everything up?
Jules and Ophelia are going to have to work hard to make sure that the vigilante business doesn’t ruin their other relationships.
Sweet/Vicious Season 1 Episode 3, “Sucker,” showcases Jules and Ophelia’s friendship and bond first and foremost. They’ve come a long way since Episode 1.
Scott and the rest of the pack now know that someone is missing from their lives. Now they’ll have to work together to figure out how to bring him back.
Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 3, “Sundowning,” proves just why Scott shouldn’t leave Beacon Hills after he graduates, and why Liam shouldn’t be the next in charge.
Aliens. Real, green, mean, lean, speaking-a-weird-language, Mars-Attacks-Without-The-Parody aliens. And plenty of superheroes to take care of the situation.
The Flash Season 3 Episode 8 is part two of this four-night crossover (which is quite difficult to follow when you only watch one show out of the four if you ask me).
Arrow delivers its 100th episode with many familiar faces and lots of hallucinations. As it serves as the third installment of the crossover extravaganza, the 100th episode gives us a glimpse of what could have been if Oliver Queen was never the Green Arrow, and so much more.
Arrow Season 5 Episode 8, “Invasion!” was an episode I was looking forward to watching. I’m sure many fans such as myself were a little skeptical of the 100th episode clashing with the crossover this year, but it’s safe to say it worked out pretty well and it had me feeling nostalgic more than ever.
The consequences of Rebecca’s 36-year-old secret continue to define her relationship with Randall as his anger leads him to having a heart-to-heart with his dead father, Jack. Under the influence of some mushrooms, of course.
This Is Us Season 1 Episode 9, “The Trip,” took the Big Three out to their family’s cabin as the siblings all tried to cope with their longstanding issues with their mother. One of those being her decision to sell their cabin.
Quantico’s winter finale was a pretty satisfying episode that delivered a fair amount of action, character development and answers, yet opened up so many more questions.
While Quantico Season 2 Episode 8 was still relatively light on answers, maybe more so than expected, it also left us with several revelations, both large and small, while leaving a lot open for the show’s return (on Monday nights!) in January.