I’m going to keep my superhero reviews short and sweet. “Arrow” is in flux while Oliver recovers from his duel with Ra’as al Ghul, and “Agent Carter” came out the gate strong and has cooled down a little since. Let’s mix DC and Marvel:
OK, so my tear ducts have been preparing for this finale for um, forever. I’ve gone back and forth on how I thought this was all going to end, and the Internet of course is flooded with opinions everywhere. How will it end? Will it go the way of Jason Katims’ – “Parenthood” showrunner – other beloved show “Friday Night Lights,” perfectly into the sunset? One could only hope.
And it truly, truly did.
“Parenthood,” photo courtesy Wikipedia user Deliriousandlost
There’s something awkward about watching a TV show try really, really hard but come up just short. You respect that everyone involved gave it their all, but that doesn’t make the show’s weak elements any stronger. ABC’s eight-episode miniseries “Galavant” had its moments, but it’s the kind of show I could never recommend to anyone because, frankly, it’s just not good enough.
On this week’s episode, Jake’s defense attorney girlfriend Sophia returns and confronts him about some issues their relationship is facing, while Amy tries to settle Gina and Boyle’s argument about the future of the relationship between their parents and Holt seeks out Rosa’s advice regarding Wuntch.