The untalented Ghanime is some guru’s boring sidekick. I’ve no on-going intention to watch more of this. Liv has absolute certainty in herself. The glaring problem of this show is that the malicious and false Blaine won’t go. There is no personal complexity. Bad choices are made. Who is the shrill woman who suspects zombies? Liv shrugs off her chronically precarious existence. TPTB can’t write the true sentence. Robbie bores.
Blaine encounters his not dead father and learns how much his father detests him. Hulk Hogan is a zombie apparently. Major has to ask Blaine for help. Liv goes on defiling corpses. Shrill woman makes connections. It’s only been months since 1x01? Liv has no observation or intuitiveness of her own. TPTB decrease the efficiency of this show. This ep is not very effective.
Nobody cares about the personal, social or cultural influences of zombies. Blaine really does have amnesia. This ep is a negative experience. TPTB do not increase satisfaction. Slutty lawyer does no emotional work. She is disrespectful and accuses Robbie of being patriarchal and masculinist.
This was not appalling. People have a lack of respect. There are bizarre practices and no terrible fear of zombies. Slutty lawyer has idleness and a falsely idyllic view of Blaine. Robbie made out with slutty layer after banging the shrill one. This was dull, even if Blaine’s dad has an evil plan.
“A pimp yelling at a hooker in a car!”
“How do you drink almond milk?”
“Way too alive to come in here.”
“A fundamentally decent person would realise that you owe him.”
“Be you zombie or be you man?”
“Why’ve you been so awful to me?”
People are belligerent and miserable. There was a food poisoning outbreak and the cult was accused. They are accused of lots of things. There are allegations the cult caused the food poisoning outbreak. There is deeply rooted dysfunction. The cult had blind loyalty to their guru. The Man makes purely malicious claims. There is deep distrust on both sides.
Hollywood people show up. The cult leadership has a split due to inner turmoil and drugs. The Man wants to deport people. The guru seems more and more like an amoral con artist. The Man makes accusations of fake marriages. Arch mock-dignified people talk. Absolute minimum effort is put in. The Man says the cult fled India due to accusations of arson and gold fraud.
The street people are kicked out. People have a terror of street people and the cult. They are undesirable elements. There is no larger cultural conversation. These two parts were not compelling. It is alleged that Dark Secrets chocolates were poisoned. The Man made vague but worrying suggestions about the cult. The cult are said to have evasive tendencies.
Dated tech is seen. There is paranoia and reckless excess. The guru’s excommunicated sidekick Sheela needs to seem needed. There is no emotional rigor. The cult goes unchecked and has self-inflicted exile from the world. People have sure devotion to the cult. A cult member is induced to attempt murder. This is empty spectacle that is not highly entertaining. After Sheela’s flight the guru finally emerges and speaks. Where has he been for 4 years?
Stuff seems left out of his documentary. Complex and sinister things happen. The intercine cult feud drags on. Nobody seems to have a moral conscience. The Man accuses the cult of an alleged planned assassination. The FBI found tapes and bugging equipment and a hot tub on the cult compound. There are accusations of food tampering and attempted reservoir tainting involving beavers.
Sheela talks to Stern magazine. The cult has a gun range. The guru flees in his lear jet. The Man is aggressively determined to crush free thought and those it deems other like the cult. This was okay.
“Unable or unwilling to conform.”
“Poison a whole town.”
“Another rambling incoherent speech.”
“Surrendering to the master.”
“Government decides to get you.”
“His evil influence.”
“Committed life together.”
“Enemies of the commune.”
“They left for a reason.”
“Protect themselves against homeless people.”
“Got militant pretty damn fast.”
“Target for murder.”
“Are strange things happening here?”
“Jabbed his doctor in the butt with a poison needle.”
“The pain in my left buttock.”
“Pattern of lawbreaking.”
“Situations of mortal danger.”
“That’s not a good idea.”
Discovery seems to have a holodeck. Lorca has brooding intensity and an aura of bizarreness. Lorca wants Tyler to be his new security chief. Tyler has a forlorn expression. Sarek is berated for his human obsession. A Vulcan suicide bomber tries to kill Sarek; there are others like him apparently.
Where is Burnham in the post ‘VOY’ era? Sarek and Burnham communicate as he is unconscious and endangered and lost in a nebula. Burnham can see his memories and there seem to be Asian Vulcans and Amanda (Mia Kirshner) shows up. It is said the rogue Vulcans/logic extremists bombed the learning centre. Paul seems to have had a personality change. Sarek has a secret. The Admiral shows up and there is foreshadowing.
There is a Spock mention. Burnham is older than Spock. Lorca has weird scars on his back and sleeps with a phaser under his pillow. The Admiral is shocked by this. I’m shocked they’re wearing underwear in bed. Lorca is accused of not being as good in bed as he used to be and lying about everything. The doctor can’t act. We see Vulcan writing. Sarek is bad at family relationships. The Klingons capture the Admiral. Lorca won’t rescue her without orders. Lorca wears a phaser in his quarters. This was okay.
“Fights like a Klingon.”
“Green juice, extra green.”
“2 appetising and nutrient filled burritos.”
“Vet the legitimacy of their claims.”
“Logic based ideology.”
“He engaged in eugenic manipulation.”
“Rules are for Admirals.”
“I don’t think you’ve been the same since Buran.”
“The choice I made merited nothing.”
“You are not the man I used to know!”
“Your behaviour’s pathological!”
Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad
“Does it melt brains?”
“A 4-dimesional race.”
“The Klingon’s messiah.”
Si Vis Pacem, Para Belum
Ash Tyler and Burnham kiss. Saru runs, hilariously. Paul again has a preening waspish presence. L’Rell says she wishes to defect. Saru acts out. The Klingons watch L’Rell and Cornwell catfight. L’Rell sees dead Klingons and is in peril. The Klingons act bizarrely. Things go awry and this ends on a cliffhanger. This was okay.
“You won’t stop taking!”
“She is a saucy harlot.”
“Rules have teeth.”
“Why would a millennial even have a walkie-talkie?”
“Chauffer slash sidekick which is exactly what Bruce Lee was in ‘The Green Hornet’.”
Gordon is impervious to unwanted realities. The Toymaker strikes. Moral boundaries are undermined. In Gotham there is little but bad news. Poison Ivy has been recast yet again. There is a Sirens Club TV ad. Poison Ivy eats green ice-cream and kills people with poison ivy. Bruce is a jerk. Barbara wears another polyester wig. Emotional skills go unlearnt for Bruce. Alfred is in trouble. Bruce is time-sucking vampire. Gordon doubts Alfred. Gordon is not fitted for his job. Gordon sees Lee who is hostile. Riddler bores. There is destructive ambition all round. Bullock has a fierce reaction. This was BAD.
“I know you. All of you. And I’m pretty sure I hated you.”
“In the flesh. Just different flesh.”