Comic Television Discussion – Week beginning May 20th

Much less to watch this week, with even more finales.  Lucifer is gone, but next Monday we will get an extra two episodes that they filmed for season four.  Ariel Dubois turns up to give Supergirl a hard time.  The Flash races into DeVoe’s Cranium.  Supergrandpa hits the bottle, and Legion figures out what he wants to do any gets on with it.  Arrow was listed as having more episodes on the source I used, but Wikipedia believes the season is over, and the previous episode did seem pretty final.

[All synopses (and titles) from below the cut.  (If a show’s synopsis is a spoiler to you, do not click More…)]

Lucifer – S00E04 – Boo Normal – (Special 4, May 28th 2018) – Lucifer and the team investigate the murder of a child psychiatrist, while Ella thinks about a big childhood secret that she’s been hiding.

Lucifer – S00E05 – Once Upon A Time – (Special 5, May 28th 2018) – Lucifer’s mom creates an alternate dimension in which Lucifer now lives in a world where he not only has never met Chloe, but is granted the freedom of choice.

Supergirl – S03E19 – The Fanatical – When Tanya, a disciple of Coville’s, escapes from what’s left of his cult, she gives Kara and James a journal that could hold the key to saving Sam. Someone learns Guardian’s identity and threatens to expose James if he doesn’t do what they ask. James contemplates what it means to be a black vigilante without a mask in America.

The Flash – S04E23 – We Are The Flash – (Finale for Season 4) – Team Flash gets help from a surprising ally in their battle against DeVoe.

Krypton – S01E10 – The Phantom Zone – (Finale for Season 1) – Seg races to save his city from being overtaken as the bottling of Kandor begins.

Legion – S02E08 – Chapter 16 – The path forward is revealed.

2 replies on “Comic Television Discussion – Week beginning May 20th”

  1. Yay! Ralph is back!!!. However they could have cut 3-4 episodes of Team Flash loses again out of this season and been just fine.

    • You’re not wrong. I think a lot of the full season shows are suffering because people seem to have slipped into a shorter season mentality. Agents of SHIELD adapted well to that, making two or three small seasons in one run.

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