The madness continues as Doom Patrol releases its second episode, “Donkey Patrol.” As our fearsome narrator, Mr. Nobody (Alan Tudyk), points out, it’s a wonder how many people stuck around after the donkey fart that ended their pilot episode. But, fans couldn’t stop talking about how refreshing Doom Patrol is.
Doom Patrol is DC Universe’s second foray into scripted television. With the success of Titans, Doom Patrol has a lot to live up to. Fans were weary of the dark, gritty, and violent world of Titans, but it seems most came around and embraced the grown up versions of Robin,
The Children of Liberty continue to get bolder and further their plan to rid the world of aliens. Supergirl and Alex deal with the consequences of having Colonel Haley as oversight. James and Lena argue over how to deal with the Guardian’s notoriety with the Children of Liberty. Plus, Manchester
Oliver still struggles in prison, while Felicity and Laurel work on getting his case overturned. Oliver has a tough time trusting anyone, but his heart remains in the right place. Anatoly is still alive, but Diaz has plans for him, none of which are good for Anatoly. The future is
If anything, The Flash can be known to have a solid floor that is created by a relatively consistent gameplan. For better or for worse, “All Doll’d Up,” follows this template to a T. It could skirt the feeling of being repetitive if the villain can be strong enough to
As the episode title would suggest, we get to learn about Wonder Girl herself, Donna Troy. Donna has found a way to live as Donna Troy and has left Wonder Girl behind her. Dick Grayson turns to his old pal as he continues to shape his identity. Meanwhile, Kory continues
With Dr. Adamson at the hands of the Titans, they hope to get closer to figuring out the motives of The Organization. Dick isn’t thrilled about it, but Rachel wants to talk to the doctor by herself, which proves to be a lot more than she expected. Rachel believes that
Titans officially introduced Jason Todd, the new Robin. There are many directions they could go with the character, but for now we get to see just how different he is from the fairly straight laced Dick Grayson. When Dick’s old friends from the circus show up dead, Dick must revisit
Oliver manages to get past the initial round of entering Level 2 in prison. Next step is meeting the demon. When Felicity can’t visit Oliver, she goes to an unlikely source for help. Plus, Diggle and Curtis work with Argus to take down an arms dealer, and Curtis struggles with
Now that the parasite has been put in Jensen, he can absorb alien powers and fight for the humans. Kara looks to interview an alien healer to try and showcase the good that aliens do. The problem is that this healer can only heal aliens, which does little to sway
The Titans are officially together, hence the name of the episode. The Nuclear Family is working to get their stepfather, and then they are back to hunting for Rachel. Dick Grayson thinks that it’s about time they each learn of the powers of the group. But, Dick seems to be
Arrow’s latest episode actually felt like a turning point in this season for me. Oliver is facing one of his biggest hurdles in prison. In present Star City, someone is attacking the glades, and the residents are unhappy with the response from the police, which puts Dinah in hot water.