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Marc M. Woolman
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Posted: 24 January 2018 at 2:24am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

What the hell was this episode??? It was
as a bad as any of the 60's Batman
episodes.

If this season doesn't turn around, it
will be my last. 2 episodes back to back
that were just awful.
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I agree, Marc.  It's turning into the Elongated Man Show.  Which would be ok, if they didn't make the guy such an ass.
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ITEM: Barry Allen in jail is stupid. It needs to be resolved quickly.

ITEM: At least Big Sir wasn't brain damaged.

ITEM: Elongated Man wasn't bad. I think that this episode is one where he started losing his "ass" attitude and started becoming hero worthy. And really, the Wells-Cisco sniping sounded like an old married couple... which is certainly possible, but it is just SO intrusive.

ITEM: Was this young woman the same one as at the wedding? From the comics, the language she was using didn't look like Interlac. It looked more like Kryptonese to me... could she be Power Girl?
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Posted: 24 January 2018 at 11:06am | IP Logged | 4 post reply

I didn't mind this episode. It was the same tone as the first Trickster episode with Mark Hamill. Even had Corinne Bohrer reprising her role from the 90's FLASH.


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I think that this episode is one where he started losing his "ass" attitude and started becoming hero worthy.

I thought his turnaround was last week, when he convinced Joe not to plant evidence.


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Was this young woman the same one as at the wedding? From the comics, the language she was using didn't look like Interlac. It looked more like Kryptonese to me... could she be Power Girl?

Yes.

It didn't look like the Interlac from the comics, but it was definitely not Kryptonian, at least not the Kryptonian that they've used on SUPERGIRL, SMALLVILLE, and the most recent Superman movies. I also don't think they'd pass up the opportunity to make Power Girl the Earth-1 version of Kara.

They've been playing up the Mystery Girl's awkward rambling way too much for me not to think she's supposed to be XS, who was a cheery chatterbox who sometimes lacked a filter in the comics.
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Marc Woolman

What the hell was this episode??? It was 
as a bad as any of the 60's Batman 
episodes.
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With an episode title like 'The Elongated Knight Rises', and Axel-Prank team having a distinctly 'Cobblepot'/GOTHAM vibe, that resemblance was intentional.
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Intentionally f*cking awful is still awful. If I wanted
60's Batman camp I'd.... actually, no. I wouldn't.
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I'm really enjoying the Elongated Man appearances.  A bit of fresh air amidst all the angst.  (Even loved how they started with the ugly purple suit!)

And it was really nice to see Corinne Bohrer again--haven't seen her for decades!

And why would the Earth One Power Girl (geez, it gets confusing sometimes) be a short, nervous, non-blonde?  I mean, they change a lot of things on these shows, but would they really change EVERYTHING about a potential star character?


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See Saturn Girl currently on Supergirl for your answer. 
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Or Brainiac 5 on "Supergirl", or Hawkgirl and the Atom on "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" for further answer.
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See Saturn Girl currently on Supergirl for your answer.


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Or Brainiac 5 on "Supergirl", or Hawkgirl and the Atom on "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" for further answer.

These don't really answer Eric J's question.
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Eric J: "...why would the Earth One Power Girl be a short, nervous, non-blonde?"

Because Berlanti's shows have demonstrated that they aren't strictly cleaving to designs in the comic books. As examples:

     Saturn Girl is not a blonde, nor is she telepathic. 

     Brianiac 5 is blue, not green. 

     Mon-El is a Daxamite, but he does not have Kryptonian powers. He time traveled into the future to join the Legion of Super-Heroes, rather than spending a thousand years in the Phantom Zone. He has had romantic relationships with both Supergirl and Saturn Girl. His costume looks nothing like the red and blue outfit in the comics. And lead does not fatally affect him with no cure.

     Hawkgirl was not a white woman, nor did she put on or take off her wings... they were natural and invisible.

     Barry Allen is brown-haired, not blonde. Kid Flash was white, not black, as was Iris Allen. Iris' father was a lovable absent mind professor (who actually made some Flash comics quite fun.) And Eobard Thawne was Reverse-Flash was Professor Zoom... one person.

     The Atom does not have a skin tight suit made out of white dwarf star material which is invisible when he is full size... he wear armor that is very hard to hide, and that also lets him grow.

There are other differences between the Berlanti-verse and the DCU, but the answer to your question is that it's entirely possible that they've decided to make Power Girl and Supergirl look different, so as to avoid confusion between characters. Of course, it certainly might not be Power Girl - but it is a possibility, despite her appearance.
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Of course, it certainly might not be Power Girl - but it is a possibility,
despite her appearance.

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She also could be Lobo.
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Ok, it's apparent they're not going for any realism at all in any of the court scenes. That appeal hearing was laughable.
Like the show I guess we're just going to move on.
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Agreed about the court scene....   This season has had some very bad moments and not enough good ones.  But we do get the Fiddler in the next episode, albeit a country and western version of the character.
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Posted: 07 February 2018 at 11:45am | IP Logged | 15 post reply

And a female Fiddler. DC TV no longer gets any passes with me. Oh, I'm, still watching and still enjoying... but if the have to change a 75 year old character from an old guy to a young and pretty woman... they don't get any more "it's just a liiittle different..." without me being irate.

Yes, I'm sure they're quaking in their boots...
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Isn't the most current version of the Fiddler a female villain called the Virtuoso, anyway?

The Fiddler's name never made sense to me. He clearly dresses like a classical musician and his instrument has been referred to as a violin. The fiddle and the violin are the same instrument, with the difference being how they're set up. But the fiddle is used mostly in country and folk music. He should really have been named `The Violinist'.


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