John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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At this point in season four, even absolute fans start to lose track of the unconventional plot.
I don't think "Queen B." is that great of an episode, honestly. It's another one of those season four half-hours that tries to cram too much in
Ten episodes into season four, the matriarch finally gets 30 minutes to herself.
Lucille is the most one-dimensional Bluth... What's weird is that when the show offers Lucille a way out of her martini-swirling villainy, it's not to become more complex, but to consider becoming invisible.
This episode worked... it was fun to spend some proper time with Lucille, although I did worry at certain points that Hurwitz was going to sentimentalize her.
That's right, the Bluths are finally growing as people. Even at Gangy's age.
On a simple joke basis, this episode had a lot to love.