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About Last Night…THE FLASH, FBI, FBI: MOST WANTED, and More

March 10, 2021 by  


“Vanished” – The team welcomes a new member as they begin their hunt for a repeat offender and the child he kidnapped after murdering the boy’s single mother. Also, Jess tries to move past the awkward exchange he had with Sarah during their last encounter, on FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, March 9 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Miguel Gomez joins the cast as Special Agent Ivan Ortiz.
Pictured (L-R )Roxy Sternberg as Special Agent Sheryll Barnes, Kellan Lutz as Special Agent Kenny Crosby, Julian McMahon as Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix and Miguel Gomez as Special Agent Ivan Ortiz
Photo: Mark Schäfer/ ©2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Let’s talk about Tuesday night’s TV!

THE FLASH: Wow, I did think Wells’ return would be a few episodes down the line, especially after the big farewell at the start. I’m curious what this version will be like.

Heartless Barry was hard to watch. And poor Iris being so happy to see her husband and then realizing, uh, yeah, something was not right. Obviously Barry didn’t just cause the death of his wife and friends, but none of them were exactly in a good position when he left them. Here’s hoping he doesn’t make it worse trying to fix things. (PLEASE DO NOT GO BACK IN TIME, BARRY.)

THE VOICE: Look, it’s nice Blake kept to his word and kept a lane clear on his team, but…Deion should have been a four-chair turn.

FBI: OA…is in quite a bit of a pickle. I felt awful for him, clearly trying to fix wrongs, while also not pissing off his girlfriend or his bosses, but…ended up basically pissing off everyone. I’m also glad the show isn’t dropping the thread of OA also struggling with how to balance all of the conflicting elements of his life.

SUPERMAN & LOIS: I am really, really loving the family dynamic. While I understand why some shows delay the reveal of superpowers, having Clark fill in his kids from the start, we didn’t have to see the years of lying. We are seeing the fallout of the deception, but it allows us to invest into this family with a relatively clean slate. And I love them. That paint fight in the beginning? So sweet. And I appreciated how Lois handled Clark listening in on their kids—she supported him, but also reminded him how violating it is/what it nearly cost him in the past.

FBI: MOST WANTED: Oh, so this episode broke me? Ouch. Initially, it felt fairly routine case/situation (albeit with the obvious creepy element of the child obsession), but when it was revealed the man’s “partner” was actually the boy he had kidnapped and been abusing for a decade…ouuuuuuuuch. I figured the newly-kidnapped kid wouldn’t die, but I lost it when the young man was reunited with the parents who thought he had been dead for a decade.

NEW AMSTERDAM: Okay, so it’s definitely illegal, but the idea Max had of employing couriers to deliver meds was smart and made me laugh. Again, not legal. But brilliant.

Now that Kapoor made it through, what is going to be the thing that keeps Reynolds around…?

Which shows did you watch last night?

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