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Tag Archives: superhero
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
We’re barely into the new year, and already lots of shows are starting up with new episodes. I’m not going to lie; I’m enough of a TV addict I kind of like it. Tonight was No Ordinary Family’s first new … Continue reading
For the first time, we had two A stories in tonight’s episode, with just a little bit thrown in related to the ongoing story of the season. Both were rather predictable, but they were better than last week’s. Jim and … Continue reading
As I expected, the major advances in the overall plot we got last week were hardly build on this week. But it was still an enjoyable episode with a major flaw in the resolution of one plot thread.