Is it my imagination, or is Andy growing like a weed? Nice twist with his rejection of the wonder twin takedown in the Trask building.
Jace. Here's the thing. In theory, a protagonist is only as good as the antagonist. In another show, Jace would be the top-notch agent who always gets his perp. Here he just bugs me. Dinah Madani he is not. I don't know what it is about him, but I want him to go away. Forever.
What is John's power, exactly? Everything??
Reed Strucker went on busts? What is this, France? Prosecutors don't go on busts.
A few episodes ago, I defended Caitlin/Kate's POV and actions, but she lost me in that final sequence. She's been through this before and she's a nurse. I know this is a good example of why medical professionals are not supposed to be too involved with their own family's care, but her gobsmacked, panicked reactions felt regressive and lacking in creativity on the writers' part.
The one failing of the premise of this show is that is has dozens of mutants but only the actors with regular speaking roles can ever go on missions. Truly, if they coordinated well, Sentinel Services wouldn't stand a chance, but lalala everyone else is afraid, handwave, handwave.
I am looking forward to seeing the mutants prevail over Trask.