Scorpion dug deep this week in more than one way with “Robots.” This week the Scorpion team was challenged in new ways. Molina, the Director of Homeland Security was nowhere to be found. After her coldness regarding Sylvester in the prison, she positions a new liaison for Team Scorpion. Enter
Scorpion starts its third episode this season, “Fish Filet,” strong with an intense prison scene. We are also treated to a look at Walter’s community service. In his community service group, Walter seems to keep getting bothered by a guy named Ray. They obviously have nothing in common, but Ray
Scorpion debuts its second episode of Season 2 with “Cuba Libre.” The Scorpion team must once again complete a hair raising scheme, but this time, they won’t have the help of the US government. They are working on their own on foreign soil, so there is no room for error.
Scorpion, last fall’s hit CBS drama, returned tonight with “Satellite of Love.” At the end of season one, our beloved team of geniuses had scattered. Walter was in the hospital after his car crash. Paige kissed a comatose Walter. Cabe Gallo was relieved of duty, and Scorpion was broken up.
NIS America announced recently that “The Guided Fate Paradox” is set to release on November 5 in North America and October 25 in Europe, exclusively on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system! Created by the same development team as Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, The Guided Fate Paradox is the spiritual successor