Sally is a bridge troll who is self disrupting. She loves her own supposed awesomeness yet brings down the calibre of the place and reeks of desperation. Her creepy boss who has gross old manhood and looks like he smells a bit kills his wife. Sally gets her groove back and gets revenge for him mocking her love for him. This was bad and inauthentic. The kooky font of the opening credits couldn’t save this cheap and nasty tale.
“Just book it bitch!”
Carmen’s troublingly vague and has no objectivity; her husband Oscar has stark demands. I feel no melancholy for her and her disgraceful desperation. Oscar turns out to be fairly brutal. Peri has a demeanour of pure marble. Remi ignores class angst to indulge in libertinage and nocturnal corridor creeping. Marisol tells Eddie how Flora was trash. Rosie makes herself indispensable to her boss.
“Nobody. Just the maid.”
“Tell me the slut’s name!”
“Have you forgiven me yet?”
“Your disgusting little hobby.”
“Why are you ruining it?”
Diana (Kate Vernon of ‘Battlestar Galactica’) gets Abby’s Council seat and Project Exodus is discussed. A pop culture reference is made to the Titanic. Clarke is not engaging, Octavia is needy and Finn is sickly. This show is not nuanced. The Chancellor is a redundant character. Lots of people join in on battering the Grounder. Kane wants his mummy. Octavia and Octavia alone learns something about the Grounder.
“Coming to me with dangerous questions.”
“He might just be out of the woods.”
“Mankind is going home.”
“If you tell us, they’ll stop.”
“He’ll be back and not alone next time.”
“There are 2237 people on this Ark and there only enough Drop Ships to carry 700.”