According to people who pay attention to the details, this is actually episode five, not four. CBS moved it up a week. It was supposed to air next week, Thanksgiving week.
Nice move with the guest casting.
Ah, Thanksgiving …
… where consanguinity leads to people coming together to air old resentments and to never resolve old misunderstandings. Because family.
I don’t know if this was a villain created for the show or one from the comics and I’m not going to check. All I could think of was how this showed a TV series based on E-Man could now work.
Ugh… it’s the dreaded backlot:
Could someone please design a backlot street that looks like a real urban setting?
Cat never …
… lets her guard down, even when you think she has.
… we get an ongoing mystery. I hope CBS didn’t screw up the continuity by putting two episodes out of order.
There were some great lines in this:
You have the wit of a YouTube comment.
Then we can watch Orphan Black.
You’ve always been my super-girl.
Oh shut up, you mean girl!
I think I must now resign myself to being a regular viewer of this series. It’s well done, I like all of the characters, and it’s just fun.
I know there are people out there who have avoided it based on the promos — I name no names, Jane — and I think those people should give it a shot. So should you, if you haven’t.