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  1. I think we often forget that both of their parents are well known reporters too, so they grew up with high-powered parents even before superpowers were in the mix. It's not been clear how much of the reality of their grandfather's job they knew, but no doubt it would have been enough to add to the pressures of growing up. Their Aunt Alex would understand growing up "normal" with a superpowered relative. She could also show them there are other ways to help, but I'm sure she would stress the danger to both of them. I know they're avoiding crossovers for a while due to COVID, but I rea
  2. I wonder if they're ignoring Supergirl because that show is ending and they're unsure if they could gather on this show in the future? Just feels weird. It's almost like they're considering a do over to make this show not really part of the Arrowverse, which might not be a bad idea with shows ending and actors parting ways. You'd think just verbally mentioning her would be okay. JHI mentioned other Kryptonians on (his) earth as if the same was happening here, but no one ever said there's just one other? Could be fun to have the boys go visit Aunt Kara if the show needs them offscreen
  3. If the show had more time, it would have been nice for Aunt Jada to visit his found family in NYC. Not just because Aunt Jada vs. Elektra would automatically be iconic, but to make it clear that she's leaving the details to them because they deserve that right, but she knows if it's not a family member on the POA, then it's easier for someone else in the family to fight it. I think his mother would like to think she'd let him go in the way he wanted, but it's far too easy to fall back on your faith and tradition. Would she fight her own sister in court though? Probably not. In the midst o
  4. The gear lighting up their faces really throws me out of a scene if it's otherwise dark lighting. It would be like having a flashlight shining in their face, which means they wouldn't be able to see much, if anything. I've been noticing stuff that was probably a COVID adaptation in several shows, even those who aren't acknowledging it in the show itself. If it's something to help keep the actors safer, I'm all for it, even if it might not quite work in the plot.
  5. My understanding is the big issue is whether or not a culture is being offered versus taken. Then it's whether the person not of the culture is being respectful or treating it as a dress up costume. There are some things not offered to outsiders due to cultural or religious reasons though. I love the clothes, and as long as the Nigerian folks are okay with it, it could be fun to see Bob's family adapting their style for the wedding.
  6. I've been seeing a lot more people calling older folk aunt(ie) or uncle, and people near their age cousin in recent years. Mr/Ms First Name seems to be falling out of favor in more casual situations. Would've gotten very confusing calling adults by their last names where I live. There are some sprawling family trees around here, so it would be easy to lose track of who you're referring to.
  7. Nialla

    S04.E13: Suspicion

    They already tried to get Christopher at one point. This show is all about the drama, so I could see them going with Eddie had named Buck and/or Carla as Christopher's guardians in his will, and then there's a courtroom saga with Eddie's parents over custody. Even if Eddie survives, he theoretically has a long recovery ahead (though that rarely happens on this show), so I could see his parents swooping in. That might even spur them to pursue custody if they think they can make the case that Eddie can't take care of his kid. Again, cue custody battle with Buck and/or Carla playing a huge r
  8. Sometimes the remnants of those make it to Dallas/Fort Worth and beyond. Great fun with you have a rain shower followed by dust storm. Mud coated everything and it dries like concrete, and it's not the same color as the local mud. Not sure if those make it down to Austin, but either way, they show up in weather forecasts so it wouldn't really be a surprise. Unless they're coming up with yet another wacky way to do something. I'm a leaf on the wind, and I'll take your nickel. Owen being on site made a sort of sense, but I really wanted Judd to be involved in talking Tommy down. Lov
  9. There's an autoplay option in Hulu that I had to disable a while back because sometimes it would randomly kick in about 10 minutes before the end of an episode. Left me very confused at first, because it was like it froze for second, then jumped to a completely different episode, instead of giving the option to jump to the start of the next episode. Disabling autoplay stopped it. In Roku's Hulu app, go to the icon in the upper right corner (will have the first two letters of the profile name), Settings, select Autoplay <Off>. I had bad weather in my area for one episode, which
  10. Olu and Tunde How about Dottie getting an apartment in the same building as Olu and Tunde? They all seem to get along, and could keep an eye on each other once Abishola and Dele move in with Bob. They could have a lot of fun playing "evil in-laws" to keep Bob and Abishola on their toes.
  11. I believe it would be, but if they found two out of three escapees, they'd just assume the third was still out there. No need to check exiting vehicles. It would be super amusing if Martin got outsmarted by the doctor. She appeared to be truly upset at him leaving her behind. Maybe she's the woman scorned and managed to find him on the outside, stuff him in her trunk, then waited for the heat to die down before she left again. I'm not clear on the timeline, but they're not exactly going to be checking incoming vehicles.
  12. I get the impression you're on to something, based on next week's preview. No telling if it will tie into this bit of Bryan's alt-timeline past or not, but after a slow start, I actually feel like the show is trying to build on the foundation they've been laying. I don't think the war criminal thing was just a throwaway bit to show a different timeline.
  13. My grandmother was totally silver by 20. Since genetics are fun, I started turning gray while I was still in high school. Still not totally gray, but it's a near thing. There's probably more early gray than you realize, thanks to hair dye. I was actually hoping Kemi would embrace her age a bit, but I don't think that will happen. It's not quite clear yet, but I think it's a second wife situation. I think Kemi's aiming for first wife status, with her and Chukwuemeka's mom selecting the second wife purely for the sake of having children. Since Nigerian marriages aren't exactly love
  14. I think the hula hoop was an easy and safe way to quickly see when the distance began reverting her back to being old. It's very likely that what the debris is doing on earth isn't what it was designed to do, especially things that affect biological processes which could be very different. The episode which changed people to breath a chlorine atmosphere could be a hint that the aliens do, and perhaps that debris was intended to be part of a terraforming process to make earth habitable by them. Or at least make someplace habitable by them. Was the ship on the way to takeover earth, wa
  15. More than happy to share that last scene. The line delivery of "This is some bullshit" was great. Same. It would be one thing to aim it at a tree or into a ditch, but it went into cross traffic. I'm wondering if the Air Force guy will eventually work with the townsfolk once he realizes Harry is no longer on a mass murder mission. He mainly wanted to meet an alien, and that could be doable. How long will it take for the MIB to figure out the doctor is human? And wouldn't it be a fun twist if he wasn't? Harry has talked about multiple alien species, so what if there's one th
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