The Gifted gets to an episode number where they can use the X in the number for the capital letter in their title. To celebrate, we are treated to yet another hit and run strike against Sentinel Services.
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I was fortunate enough to have a chance to sneak out to catch Thor: Ragnarok last night. I am going to have to agree with the others and endorse the Norse.
Supergirl becomes Xenu, The Flash meets another DC fan-favorite, Legends visits another 80s film, and Arrow lets the characters switch seats.
Our Gifted mutants continue their escape from the Sentinels of last episode in “boXed In.” I would have gone for a joke about being boxed into the tropes of the genre, but they do seem to be well aware of their box and are deliberately trying to either play on it or to move past it. Besides, I don’t have to make a joke about the title, I’m not…nevermind.
Three weeks in! Supergirl fights for some more CGI budget on Mars, The Flash gives up on physics entirely and just listens to Frank Sinatra’s show tunes, and I haven’t caught Legends or Arrow yet so I can’t make fun of them. (Episode descriptions below the cut.)
“eXit strategy” is our fourth episode of our biggest name non-testudines mutants’ television offering. This time, our resistance fighters take the fight to recapture Polaris and
Baron Von Reed from Sentinel Services.
Our heroes have returned, and face low powered psychics, homicidal technopaths, bearded ladies, saber toothed tiger, and local government. (Episode descriptions below the cut.)
The Gifted’s third episode, eXodus, takes us on a trip outside of the compound as Reed deals with Sentinel Services to see his family, and his wife seeks family in order to see Reed.
This week, the Arrow-verse group of DC television shows returns with their season openers. How is this season starting out for our heroes? (Episode descriptions below the cut.)
The Gifted‘s second episode, rX, promises a prescription to save Blink from her overexertion, while Polaris stars in a Mutants in Prison movie (complete with shower scene!), and Reed gets hassled by Sentinels after his capture last week.