Things continue to get worse for pretty much everyone on The Gifted, as we see what it means to have “no Mercy.” The only things staying consistent this season are that the Inner Circle seem to be virtually unstoppable, and that the Mutant Underground keeps suffering losses and falling apart.
The silliness continues for the Legends of Tomorrow with “Wet Hot American Bummer.” The show opens with what seems like the classic horror movie set up, as a young couple start making out on a blanket in the woods near a lake.
The saga of Oliver is in prison and everyone else fails to capture Diaz continues with “The Demon.”
One of the great things about science fiction is that you can use it to illustrate social issues without being preachy about it. If you do it right, anyway. Supergirl, for most of this season, feels like they’re clubbing us over the head with the idea.
Things keep getting worse for The Gifted, as we see in “the iMprint.”
The Legends of Tomorrow continue their brand of entertaining insanity when they have to deal with a “Dancing Queen.”
The former Team Arrow keeps trying to find their way in the new world they are stuck with, as Oliver completes part of his goal and finally gets to “Level Two.”