The Flash has set up the rest of the season in prior episodes when they sent the future Savitar killing Iris plotline into high gear. I thought every episode from here on out would be solely about progressing that plot point, but I’m glad that that plotline took a backseat
Supergirl faces an old enemy this week in “We Can Be Heroes.” But not all is as it seems. Livewire is back, and she’s as fierce as ever. Kara gets a new ally in Mon-El, and the Guardian is finally unmasked. Mon-El gets to train with Supergirl, and he’s almost
Lucifer’s “A Good Day to Die” was my favorite episode this season. The winter finale is exciting and terrifying at the same time. Chloe has been poisoned, and with the professor dead, they are seemingly out of options. Chloe’s loved ones must band together to save her from the designer
Gotham has been on an amazing run since they’ve been back from the Fall break, and the final episode before yet another break (we know, we aren’t happy either), gives us more Jerome. While Jerome was the main draw in this episode, the impact he has on Bruce is what
Arrow left us with so many questions after the mid season finale. Laurel is back, but how? Diggle has been arrested again; how will he get out of it this time? Prometheus is still on the loose with Artemis in tow. Laurel is in the Arrow cave, and Oliver is
As the title suggests, this episode is a deep homage to one of the greatest artists of our time, George Lucas. At first, the Lucas homage is laid out nicely, but it quickly turns a bit too intense and ups the campy factor too much for my liking. The goal
Barry Allen and crew are still dealing with the remnants of Flashpoint in”Borrowing Problems from the Future,” but it appears that they will trek down similar paths as they had in the past. Flashpoint has always been a bit of a strange event, especially since it has been pretty inconsistent
The Scorpion team is without their trusty people whisperer, Paige, when they go check out an underground water leak. Paige helps her mom, Veronica, get her money, so she can pay off her debts and disappear forever. Meanwhile, Sly meets a voter from his district who thinks he’s a joke.
Lucifer is on the case when college kids are being poisoned. Lucifer still questions why Chloe kissed him. Charlotte decides to talk with Lucifer about Chloe. When a college kid is found poisoned, Chloe and Lucifer join the case. Soon, they find an actor claiming that it’s his fault that
Leave it to Supergirl to feel dissatisfied with stopping jewel thieves and bank robbers. She wants a challenge, even if the lack of crime can be seen as a compliment to her. Ask and you shall receive; Supergirl finds unfriendly aliens while searching for some missing kids. Meanwhile, Kara still
Gotham’s latest episode, “Smile Like You Mean it,” brings back one of the shows favorite characters, Jerome aka Joker. While Jerome is the main draw for the episode, it also does a great job of juggling the other storylines that are coursing through Gotham’s veins. Dwight set the storyline in
The midseason finale for Legends of Tomorrow takes us to one of the most unique places in American history, the prohibition era, 1927 Chicago to be exact. While the show usually does a fantastic job of taking us to unique locations each episode, they really nailed it in this episode.