The Blue Bloods writers couldn’t have picked a more appropriate name for this episode. The personal interactions outweighed any of the procedural elements this week, and I was thrilled by it. I am so excited to dig into this one!
Blue Bloods is continuing to champion women’s issues and tackle sexual harassment this week; and, my god, does it ever make me adore this show even more. Let’s take a deeper look at what went down in episode four of season nine, “Blackout.”
Another week, another frustrating fight for the Mutant Underground on The Gifted. “outMatched” was definitely a challenging episode for everyone involved. People were tested, and most failed. Let’s dig in and really talk about what happened this week.
Wow, was this episode ever twisted or what? Mind Games was definitely an appropriate title. So many conflicts, so little time. Let’s do a quick rundown of Blue Bloods third episode of the season, shall we?
Let me be upfront with you right now — I am going to spend the majority of this review raving about Sean Teale and Marcos Diaz. I loved the entire episode, but by far the stand out moments from the episode all belong to Teale as Eclipse. If you don’t love Marcos Diaz with majority of your heart and soul then this review may not be for you. Ready? Here we go.
Let me just say, there are certain things I have come to expect from Blue Bloods and, while last week’s premiere was excellent, this episode felt more like what I really want from this show.
It tackled difficult topics, explored social concerns, featured family struggles, and still one of our Reagans was in jeopardy. Every bullet point that I look for in a truly excellent Blue Bloods episode was ticked off the list this week. Let’s talk about what made this episode particularly strong.
We’re back for another week of mutant goodness. This episode gave me something I felt like the premiere lacked, conflicted John. I am so ready to talk about him and many other things that I loved about this episode. Let’s get started!