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  • #46
    EPISODE 3.6
    PHASED AND CONFUSED

    Synopsis: Jack keeps having to rescue his sister Lexi from a bumbling superhero.

    LIKED.....
    I would say I liked most of this episode, but it had one of the most hilariously poor or bad..... those are really too negative. It wasn't really negative so much as a hilarious copout.

    DIDN'T LIKE.....

    Once again we get a giant facility under Eureka. Come on this is dumb. And what I mentioned above. Jack you can't start using discarded phasing technology because the technology was abandoned because people died when the effect couldn't be reversed. Cut to Jack is dying and a magic cure because apparently saving his life motivated them to find a cure while those other folks were just not worth trying hard enough.


    That has to be one of the most hilarious copout endings I've ever seen in a show. It was such a copout they seem to literally point at themselves as being a copout.

    Episode is okay by me. Not my favorite, but it had its moments.
    Susan Ivanova, "I'll be in the car."

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    • #47
      EPISODE 3.7
      HERE COME THE SUNS

      IMDB Synopsis: The appearance of a second sun makes election week in Eureka a little more intense, and gives Eva Thorne an opening that may mean the end of Global Dynamics.

      I haven't done one in awhile so here is a B5 Guest Star sighting.....
      DEAN MARSHALL - Malcolm Bridges from BABYLON 5: THE LEGEND OF THE RANGERS: TO LIVE AND DIE IN STARLIGHT (2002)

      LIKED.....
      Seeing Dean Marshall make an appearance. I like the tension with Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher). I liked the election stuff, in particular I found Vincent's role to be subdued but humorous. They should have played with his part just a little more. REALLY liked Henry's reaction at the end.

      DIDN'T LIKE.....
      I can't say there was much I didn't like.

      Here is something that I thought would be bad and then it wasn't.

      So Degree Antiperspirant became a sponsor of the show. They played this in with the introduction of Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) coming in to make Global Dynamics a profitable entity. So sporadically through episodes you will see a Degree Antiperspirant in a medicine cabinet or sitting on a sink. Occasionally they will show a poster or things around Global Dynamics. All very obvious, but not too intrusive - until this episode, but not a problem. In this episode one of the Antiperspirants shows up in the middle of a shot in someone's work station. Not something impossible to happen, but in this instance WAY too obvious. So I thought it was going to be ridiculously all over the episode, BUT in an episode with a second sun I was shocked Degree didn't end up in every scene. LOL

      So I enjoyed this one. 6 out of 10. I know I haven't really used a numbering system, but I felt like it this time.
      Susan Ivanova, "I'll be in the car."

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