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Jun 9 17 8:40 PM
Wolfman Joe wrote:I enjoyed the finale, for the most part (particularly that final sequence), but it's getting a bit frustrating that the show cannot seem to let dead characters stay dead. I know that this is a time-honored comics tradition, but it doesn't play as well with real live people. Can't we have a completely different character be Solomon Grundy, rather than someone who supposedly died this past week? PS, I hate the actress playing Poison Ivy now, I hope she has another growth spurt soon.
Jun 10 17 12:07 PM
Jun 11 17 10:26 PM
yendor1152 wrote:... Selina is pushed out of a window, lands flat on her back, and somehow lives? ...
yendor1152 wrote:... And Alfred takes a saber completely through his body and survives? ...
yendor1152 wrote:... I would not be at all surprised that Barbara will also rise from the dead sometime next season. ...
Jun 12 17 11:42 AM
I'm a fan. I thought they recovered quite nicely in the last few episodes and the finale. Things had stagnated for me. I agree about the silliness of no one staying dead. It takes away from the impact of the death. You pretty much know they'll be back. One complaint is that they seem to have so many concepts and subplots that they want to explore, so each one gets cheated a bit. There's no rush. The ratings are good, so you can slow down and let things evolve at a slower pace. Wring out the suspense that you've built up. The whole "Tetch virus" was wrapped up a little too nicely for my liking. BIG concept, quick and easy solution to squeeze it into the finale.
How about some love for B.D. Wong and his scenery chewing? I love the way he rolls out each and every word of dialogue as if it was an individual performance. In the finale, he responds to something Fish says to him with a long, drawn out, "Wh-a-a-a-t?" One word and I replayed it a couple of times.
Great performance from both Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith. Smith is really growing into his character and becoming more and more of a real menace.
Jun 12 17 10:16 PM
Jun 13 17 10:43 AM
How about some love for B.D. Wong and his scenery chewing?
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