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Tag Archives: no ordinary family
Okay, so you know how I’ve been complaining about how this show isn’t really moving forward, how they take baby steps forward and then ignore them the next week? Well, that definitely changed tonight. Holy cow was that a great … Continue reading
This is a hard episode to recap. I feel like something significant happened tonight. But, frankly, I’m a little hesitant to hope that’s the case since they seem to follow up on things so slowly if at all in this … Continue reading
Feeling trapped? Okay, so I’m not either, but the Powells managed to find themselves in three different lock down type situations. (Okay, so I’m stretching here with the kids. Just work with me.) After an opening scene where the family … Continue reading
I’d been hearing rumors that Lost‘s Rebecca Mader was joining the cast of No Ordinary Family, and tonight was the night. She is going to make for an interesting character, that’s for sure. Unfortunately, the quality of the episodes seems … Continue reading