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This week was an excellent set up to the many storylines surrounding the final three season one episodes.
It is amazing how music has the ability to explain the intricacies of a scene, which is what we see when this episode begins with Drowning by Mick Jenkins.
The pieces are moving into place after last week's declaration of war; it's just taking some time to get there.
Black Lightning's definitely becoming a lot more like some of the CW's other cape shows that lean into the wackiness of comic books.
ANISSA CAN WALK THROUGH BRICK WALLS NOW.
"Sins of the Father: The Book of Redemption" was one of the best episodes of this superhero drama series to date. It successfully refocused the series and pulled me right back in.
I just love that this show does not waste a single character.
"Sins Of The Father: The Book Of Redemption" in particular, and Black Lightning more generally, is all about how history not only informs the present in a concrete way, but also our perspective on what that present means.
Sins of the Father: The Book of Redemption continued making the case that Black Lightning is the CW's top superhero show going right now.
...this is a killer reveal.