‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ was Once Upon a Time doing everything right. The dialogue felt comfortable, the character interactions natural and the new arc was set up in a fun and interesting way that makes it feel different to everything that’s been done before.
Rick and our group have found civilization but is civilization even possible anymore? If it is, can our group return to their civilized selves or would they even want to?
The original Star Trek commented on the issues of the day and Star Trek: The Next Generation carries on that great tradition. This episode is about dealing with difference and finding ways to communicate across cultures.
by Mark Greig
You cannot end it like that and not give us a second season. But I'm getting ahead of myself. 'Valediction' brought Agent Carter's first (and hopefully not only) season to a satisfying conclusion, even though it was a little underwhelming in places.
When Nanda Parbat was first mentioned in Season One, I spent the entire review trying to remember how to spell it. Two seasons later, well, I'm still having issues getting it right the first time.
by Jess Lynde
I spent the bulk of this hour really hating Philip and Elizabeth for the things they do.