About Last Night...THE FLASH, FBI, and LEGENDS OF TOMORROW - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


February 19, 2020 by  


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Let’s talk about Tuesday night’s TV!

THE FLASH: It felt in many ways like they were trying to set up another spinoff, even though I don’t think that’s the case this year. (Certainly the ARROWverse has its hands full with the already-ordered SUPERMAN & LOIS, plus the potential CANARIES series.) But because of that, the Iris storyline didn’t really feel like it felt in? I wish they had found a way to incorporate that into last week’s shaky episode versus have it here. Or if they didn’t want to make this episode as backdoor pilot, balance the Iris storyline into it more efficiently.

FBI: Oh man, this is going to mess Jubal up. I can’t say he made the wrong call in saving the kidnapped girl given her kidnapper’s mindset and very loose grasp on sanity, but if he died—and the final seconds certainly didn’t give a lot of hope he’d be revived—Jubal is going to feel guilt about his call for a while.

LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: I. love. this. show. Courtney Ford was hilarious as Marie, and Zari 2.0 finally started growing on me.

I’m also really excited to see what they do with Constantine’s cancer. It has the potential to be a very dark storyline, so how they juxtapose that with LEGENDS’ lighter toner should be a delicate balance.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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