The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Some may find that this episode packed too much in, but overall I loved the meaty nature of it.
By no means is "The Darkest Place" a terrible episode, but its focus on some of the show's less successful elements this season makes for a weaker showing all around.
Darkest Place wasn't the best episode this season, but it featured some really strong action sequences and rarely had a dull moment. Keeping that pace will be tricky.
There was a lot that happened on Supergirl this week, and we got some big fun reveals, but none of the plot points in the episode seemed to have any depth or go anywhere.
It was a strong episode, though following last weeks' tearjerker was always going to be a bit of a challenge; somehow Supergirl has only gotten better.
For the first time in a few episodes, the show has a worthy villain, with worthy motivations behind their villainy.
All in all, 'The Darkest Place' dives back into the overarching storyline of Supergirl season 2...[it] also provides setup for what will hopefully be compelling payoffs in later episodes.
Mon-El has become quite the comic relief. He had some seriously great lines.
If there's one good thing to come out of this narrative misstep, it's that Guardian being hunted forces Alex to turn to Maggie for help.
For now, Supergirl continues to give us an honest, compelling LGTB romance - just another example of the many, many ways in which this show's season two is hitting it out of the park.