Supergirl (CW) -- Kara is feeling sorry for herself after losing Mon
El. But, that's no excuse for what The CW inflicted upon the viewer by
opening up with Kara all dressed in flowing white romping through the
meadow, grass swaying in the wind, torn between Mon El and Mom, I
think. This seemed to go on forever until they cut to Kara floating
above the City daydreaming. I guess Kara was taking a break from
cleaning up the City. It seems the cops don't have all that much to do
any longer as Kara is a bit obsessed to forget Mon El. She does swoop
down to save Sis and Maggie from a minigun mounted in the back of a
bad guy's truck. Kara's all but abandoned her buddies and her work at
CatCo. Win says she's become Alex, to which Alex objects.
The Big Bad is Adrian Pasner as developer Morgan Edge. He's explaining
to some Board including Lena and James Olson his plans for rebuilding
the dock area after the alien invasion. He doesn't like the press he's
receiving from CatCo so he's buying it. I guess his plans were
rejected as he has a submarine try to torpedo the area to destroy it.
Kara saves the day and becomes more herself afterward. Lena screws
Edge over by buying CatCo herself. Cat is now the President's press
secretary. Supergirl comes to Lena's office and flies Edge out to a
seagoing cargo ship where she leaves him stranded.
Valor (CW) -- This is a strange concept for any network show let alone
for The CW. A spec ops helicopter team flies some Raiders to extract a
Somali (but is not) and in the course of doing so gets shot down. Only
the pilots make it back and receive medals. Everyone else was captured
or killed. The female WO has a guilty conscious and wants to tell the
truth about what happened but she agreed to a story by her senior they
told when they returned. This unfortunately seems to be one of these
that may flash back and forth. I don't see this being a winner for the
Lucifer (Fox) -- Summarized by Obv. Maz returns next week. Premature
unfurling and chycks into that kind of thing. Ha.
The Gifted (Fox) -- summarized by Ian.
The Good Doctor (ABC) -- Summarized by Obv. This was a let down and if
there any more like this coming up, ABC may regret renewing this
turkey so fast. Someone sometime needs to clock this kid. He is so
annoying and his refusal to answer questions may get someone killed. I
see the actor is credited as a producer.
The Brave (NBC) -- The Team is sent to Mexico to wiretap a bad guy
arms dealer to get the entire network. This one wasn't all that great
and ranks last of the 3 that have aired.
800 Words (Aussie) -- The Threesome hit the Land Downunder with Smiler
videoing everything and being fascinated by all the creatures that
bring harm on the Continent. They arrive at the outback pub owned by
Woody's wife (Rachael Carpani). She puts him off for bit on signing
the divorce papers and lo and behold a 16 YO girl named Poppy appears,
Woody's daughter. She's a chip off the old Woody block being good with
tools and figuring things out.
Back in Weld, it's raining and raining. Arlo and Lindsay are lying
about watching zombie and other horror flicks. Shay is stir crazy and
decides to go for a run about the time Ollie shows up. He runs with
Tracy gets word that the State is cracking down on unlicensed
substitute (relief) teachers so she has Katie go to the cop shop where
Hannah runs her. It seems Katie has an unpaid fine from when she threw
a bowl of beets at her best friend, and then, Zac's wife. Hannah lets
Woody's secret out and Katie freaks since she can't keep a secret. The
nervous Katie then goes to Tracy's to complete the licensing renewal.
Monty and Siousie show up at the Turner's home looking for Woody. He
and Smiler had drilled holes in the roof in anticipation of putting in
a solar system Monty had purchased. They left for Oz prior to actually
installing the system, and with all the rain leaking through, they
can't stay there. Monty says they should go to Big Mac's to stay, but
Siousie asks if they can stay there with the Turners. Shay agrees and
part of the reason is to keep Ollie away from Shay as Siousie knows
Ollie and the fact he mistakes kindness for attraction.
Back in Oz, the divorce papers are signed, Woody's Mom's ring is
returned, and goodbyes made. Before they can get out of the parking
lot, Woody has the car stop and he goes back to ask if his daughter
Poppy can come to Weld and go to school instead of going back to
boarding school. An agreement is struck and all four head back to
Back in Weld, they stop at Tracy's where Woody gets a cold reception.
Tracy knows everything now from Katie and feels a fool for being the
only one in Town who didn't apparently know. She's hurt that Woody
didn't think enough of her to tell her the truth. She's only hurt more
when Woody introduces his daughter. Back at the Turners, it's a bit
crowded with Arlo and Lindsay, Monty and Siousie, Woody and Poppy,
Shay, and George
Heartland (CBC) -- Jack runs into Mitch at Maggie's. Mitch offers to
help Jack vaccinate some cattle. Jack ends up asking if Mitch wants to
come back for a piece of his and Tim's cattle business. He agrees.
Thus far, Lou and Katie have not appeared this season, both being in
NYC. I guess Mitch will be there when she does return.
Georgie is torn in two directions between riding Val's jumper and the
Extreme Team. It isn't possible to do both with the time required for
each. She gives up Extreme Team.
Tim and Caleb are running another rodeo school class. They disagree on
the training and Tim is going to fire Caleb until Caleb talks kindly
about him to the students. There's a new girl with no rodeo experience
but much talent that threatens Jade's standing. The girl quits when
Jade is mean to her and Jade goes to her to smooth things over.
Amy and Ty dote over Lyndy but have to share with her new godparents,
Cass and Caleb. Real baby stuff happens and Cass and Caleb aren't sure
they're ready for one of their own just yet.
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