The King Of The Delta Blues
Rufus baby talks and Wyatt is hyperactively annoying as he whines about not being part of the team. You mean the team he abandoned to chase after his undeserving boring wife? People in the past are idiots. Flynn mentions Lucy’s journal and Lucy mentions her sister. Wyatt acts like Chuck Norris. The annoying woman annoys. Wyatt ruins everything by being useless. Lucy and Flynn may hook up. This sadly bored.
“Get some clothes. Steal a car.”
“I’m Taylor Swift, this is Agent Timberlake - we’re part of the new FBI.”
The Soul Chaser (The Undertaker) is not in the wrong here. How did The Brother escape hell? No wonder this show never gained notability, it's bad. Nick recklessly fires off his gun in the middle of the road. There are bad VFX. The Soul Chaser is a 6 foot plus guy dressed in leather and covered in tattoos and bad make bad and with an echo chamber voice. There is not completely believable reality here.
The Soul Chaser didn’t do unjust harm, Nick was the one shooting and stabbing him. There are a lot of churchbell bongs on the soundtrack. The Soul Chaser growls and gurns a lot. He does a zombie situp and Nick has no moral panic about helping a damned soul run around, a stark oversight considering Nick is supposed to be a good guy. His brother is devious and cunning. The Soul Chaser is revengeful. Nick has a wilful delusion about his brother and has no interest in knowing better.
The Soul Chaser has visceral fury about being thwarted. There is to be no settling of accounts and Nick has no willingness to pass judgement on his brother. This is not bitterly brilliant and has no moral maneuvres. This ep is a relentless negative portrayal of Nick and his lack of moral responsibility. This terrible ep is brutally revealing of all this show’s short comings. It is not commendable.
Nick’s brother killed someone. The Soul Chaser has a catastrophic rage spiral. Derek De Lint is not in this ep. Nick’s brother is the root cause of everything terrible in this ep. The Soul Chaser feels less than appreciated. Alex gets tossed around. Helen Shaver is not in this ep. I quickly stopped caring about anyone in this ep. Nobody has social embarrassment. Nick’s brother causes banal pain and chaos. The Soul Chaser acts like Tommy Lee Jones in ‘The Fugitive’.
I felt complete disinterest in this. The Soul Chaser shows off his veneers and teeth bleaching and caresses Nick’s brother’s face with his tool. There are indignant accusations and Nick does weary weaponising of stupidity. Nick’s brother has a manufactured reputation and no legitimate grievance. Nick takes his brother’s innocence for granted. This ep looks ugly and jarring. The Soul Chaser rolls his eyes back. The dastardly and disgusting brother goes back to hell, the Soul Chaser dies and Nick broods. This was abjectly awful.
“Go to hell.”
“Judgement’s not my job, just retrieval!”
“You don’t want me.”
“Doing hard time in hell.”
The Blade’s Path
Bruce murders someone and Gordon lets him away with it. Gordon is a jackass. Alfred and Gordon have issues. Why is Alfred allowing Bruce to dictate the atmosphere in the house? There’s a blame culture. This was deeply irritating and hopelessly earnest. Barbara shows off a new hairdo and the show shows off its limited possibilities.
Why did Ra’s al Ghul give Barbara? Ra’s reveal his immortality actually made him a zombie or something. Gordon is constantly aggressive and rude. Butch becomes Solomon Grundy and looks like Philip Seymour Hoffman. Everything is beyond the character’s competence. Nobody has care or compassion. This was not igneous. There is bad VFX and I’d rather be watching ‘Terra Hawks’. This was tatty-looking and there is no emotional wringer.
“What happened to your drawers?”
“Get you, you freak!”
Both Sides Now
People don’t shake hands on Howard 2’s world. Howard 2 seeks to reimpose order. I don’t care about the character’s domestic tragedy or the plot’s enigmatic mosaic. This ep is heinous. It’s like a bunch of people thrown together and given lines. They’re all selfish imbeciles. Howard crosses over and gawps at the world around him. TPTB have a sense of smug achievement. This tries for cold, brutal and unsettling but it is just boring and lacklustre stylised artificiality.
People have humourless guile. Howard 2 and Emily 2 have a daughter (Bolger). The ambassador plots with the assassin’s handler. Emily 2 is not dead. Howard 2 is openly scornful. Howard didn’t know his wife was an agent. Howard 2 and Emily 2’s daughter is hate-filled. This was not brutal or emotionally affecting. Howard 2 and Emily 2’s daughter is shrill and shrieky. Howard 2 is dastardly. Disaster is inescabple. Will the brat daughter shut up? Howard reveals he and Emily were to have a daughter, but Emily miscarried.
People conspire maliciously and plan menacing activity off-screen. Why does Howard 2 arouse the hostility of his daughter? I don’t care about her grievance process. Emily 2 doesn’t display affection. Viewers do not derive pleasure from this. TPTB throw in T&A to titillate.
“Why do you feel compelled to treat me so badly?”
“Failure to report illness is a crime.”
“You were no part of that.”
“All the work they did to place you here.”
“It’s a choice: loneliness.”
To See/To Tell