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The Flash: The Darkness and the Light

The Flash: The Darkness and the Light

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This episode of The Flash is like a throwback to the Silver Age comics with super-science unfolding and supporting the drama. After the appearance of the King Shark from Earth Two and his getting blasted by the Harrison Wells of Earth Two, we have an info load. This Harrison Wells is a bad-ass meta-hunter.

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iZombie: Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues

iZombie: Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues

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The murder victim of the week is a country western singer/songwriter who works a Seattle club. When she is found strangled, her angry just-released-from-prison boyfriend is the prime suspect. It's a clever little case, twangy redneck stereotypes aside.

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The Flash: The Fury of Firestorm

The Flash: The Fury of Firestorm

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The Flash watches the slow-rolling origin of the new, improved version on Firestorm in this episode. And there is the rumor of a man-shark in Central City.

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Gotham: Knock Knock

Gotham: Knock Knock

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Some things never seem to change in Gotham. Detective Gordon is a humorless drone. Madmen walk the city streets. Edward Nygma's psychotic break continues to be entertaining. There is a cheerful darkness to the production, but the writing on Gotham makes Sin City sound like The Wire.

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iZombie: Real Dead Housewife of Seattle

iZombie: Real Dead Housewife of Seattle

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The murder of the week is clever and quick. The target is a poised suburban vulture of a housewife and the killer is a man for hire. The question is who paid the bad guy. Liv slides into character as the kind of person all over reality television, the kind of vacuous person who objectifies herself. Watching her play off of the villainous Steven Weber is a delight.

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