"Dude, quit ironing my shirts with beer"
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by Mark Greig
|He was determined to make someone pay for The Mummy Returns|
Jeez, could Marvel be any less subtle with their product integration?
This episode was basically about the race to plug your iPhone in before its battery runs out. I shouldn’t have watched it on the edge of my seat and I shouldn’t have cried, but I did both those things.
Barry's doing his best to help Central City, even without powers; when Zoom begins his war of conquest and starts bringing more metahumans through the breach, endangering Cisco, Barry has to decide if he should risk everything to be a hero.
Destination: Washington, D.C.
“Extraordinary men are always tempted by the most ordinary things.”
By this time in the series, the mythology has become so complex and so fractured that it is impossible to take it seriously anymore.
Continuing in the same way as the season premiere, this episode was disjointed but at least it was wildly satisfying. Starting with Bran and his visions of a young Ned Stark practicing swordplay with a very young Benjin. It was a bittersweet moment, capturing what is truly the beating heart of the series, family.
by Billie Doux
There was some fascinating meat to this episode, and not just what Nick was smearing all over his face.
What I like most about the episodes that delve into Emma’s pre-Storybrooke past is that they always provide a welcome change from the usual escapades that are spent trudging around a monotonous green landscape, and show us a world where things are a little less idyllic and a bit rougher around the edges; not unlike Emma herself. ‘Firebird’, while somewhat flawed, gave us some interesting insight into what made Emma so tough in the first place. We also learned how Emma got her jacket. Maybe the second part was a little unnecessary?