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  1. Figured Angelique would be gone one way or another, but didn't think it'd be so soon. But she's probably coming back at some point, because she's dealing that drug everyone's trying to stop. I get Ryan's reasoning for not telling Luke right away, but you can't be Batwoman if you're dead! Supposedly, the only cure for Ryan's infection is the Desert Rose? I hope not. It just feels a little too out there that it can cure everything AND extraterrestrial radiation. It's one way to get the storylines to converge on Coryana, but I just feel like once we get everyone there all this build up is not going to pay off. Kate's probably not going to be found there. The thing is - are we sure Luke even knows about the other heroes, and how to contact them, and that's there's enough of a relationship to ask for help? Because that hasn't been clearly established; Kate was the only one to interact with the rest of the proto-Justice League in the last crossover. Although, they did establish last season that he knows about Superman (not sure about Clark Kent). Hamilton Dyanmics being shady; wish they had done more with this and Mama Hamilton last season. Aw man, Mary's clinic is turning into STAR Labs 2.0 AKA the least secure facility EVER. Maybe it's a good thing Jacob is shutting it down? Nah - I hope she gets that back at some point. I did like that we got some Mary/Jacob scenes. That particular relationship was ignored before. The entire thing with the map was stupid. Mary telling the crazy kidnapper about Coryana/the Desert Rose/the map; Ocean and Alice letting Sophie get away with it; Sophie actually bringing it to Crazy Kidnapper; Batwoman letting shady doctors get away with it. I really, really hope that they reveal that Sophie didn't bring the real map next week. So Alice is clearly psycho, but Ocean is into it anyway? Maybe they really are meant to be together! I will enjoy this eye candy while it lasts.
  2. I'm watching this and liking it, but I'm not really going to have much commentary. I did want to note that I do like the cat-and-mouse of Robin and NYPD Detective Guy, BUT... it's not so cat-and-mouse anymore, though. They're out here meeting face to face and working together; in this instance I wouldn't have minded them drawing things out some more. And now I'm a little worried, because if they're so chummy now, they're going to have to introduce something to make them enemies again (at least for a short while), right?
  3. Interview with Eric Wallace previewing Season 7 at TVLine:
  4. Another Twitter statement from Ray Fisher, but WB put out a response to it.
  5. Malcolm, still reeling from the latest events with Ainsley, focuses on the next case, in which a famous plastic surgeon is murdered. Meanwhile, Martin gets a new job working in the infirmary with resident MD Dr. Vivian Capshaw. Then, Jessica is surprised to learn her younger sister is in town. Airdate: March 2, 2021
  6. I had heard about that, but wanted to rewatch the special to see for myself. Seems really unnecessary; especially for a 5-second shot. Even if Ruby's not coming back, Batwoman was there for the crossover, so why erase that? Now I'm just wondering if this is pure pettiness or a contract/money issue.
  7. I thought they were showing Jordan as somewhat comparable to Lois, the way he was determined to find out the truth about what happened in the barn; Jonathan seemed the more "Superman-ly" one on the surface. All of the "incidentally Black" characters you mentioned have had their Blackness acknowledged at the very least, in dialogue, but most have had storylines where it was a factor; except the Wests on The Flash, were Helbing was showrunner and executive producer. Race/ethnicity was completely ignored, even when half the cast were minorities. No, I don't think Helbing is going to be suddenly better here (about this issue) when all the central characters are white. The problems with the Black characters - so far - are evident without the writer's comments. Already knew he was a so-so showrunner from Flash. No one said he was unreasonable, but there's a larger context that I already explained.
  8. Interview with Brandon McKnight at Geekset Podcast:
  9. Some have already posted a few behind-the-scenes photos, BTW. Showrunners: Christina M. Kim: https://www.instagram.com/christinakimla/ Robert Berens: https://twitter.com/robertberens, Other EPs: Hanelle Culpepper: https://twitter.com/Hillview798, https://www.instagram.com/hanelleculpepper/ Martin Gero: https://twitter.com/martingero, https://www.instagram.com/martingero/ Greg Berlanti: https://twitter.com/GBerlanti Sarah Schechter: https://twitter.com/SarahSoWitty Cast: Olivia Liang: https://twitter.com/olivialiang_, https://www.instagram.com/itmeolive/ Kheng Hua Tan: https://twitter.com/tankhenghua, https://www.instagram.com/khenghua/ Shannon Dang: https://twitter.com/ShannonNikkiD, https://www.instagram.com/shannonnikkidang/ Jon Prasida: https://twitter.com/jonprasida, https://www.instagram.com/jonprasida/ Tzi Ma: https://twitter.com/tzima8, https://www.instagram.com/tzima8/ Eddie Liu: https://twitter.com/eddieliuwho, https://www.instagram.com/eddieliuwho/ Gavin Stenhouse: https://twitter.com/gavinstenhouse, https://www.instagram.com/shmavinshmenhouse/ Vanessa Kai: https://twitter.com/vanessakai, https://www.instagram.com/officialkaikai/ Tony Chung: , https://www.instagram.com/imtonychung/ Yvonne Chapman: https://twitter.com/yvonne__chapman, https://www.instagram.com/ypchapman/ Ludi Lin: https://twitter.com/ludi_lin, https://www.instagram.com/ludilin/ Bradley Gibson: https://twitter.com/brad_gibson91, https://www.instagram.com/bradgibson13/
  10. Patrick Sabongui snags recurring role on season 11 of Shameless.
  11. https://www.byrdie.com/candice-patton-beauty-interview-5114322
  12. Helbing's the showrunner; I'd lower expectations. Characters who happen to be Black - without the acknowledgement that Blackness should figure into their characterizations/stories and how it effects how they are viewed by the audience - is exactly Helbing's problem. Captain Luthor, as one of the main villains, will probably be fine. Less hope for Sean. And we're past 'potential'; it's already a problem that the pilot reinforces the stereotype of Black men and boys as violent aggressors, then it's compounded by the fact that they're in opposition to the protagonists.
  13. There was a lot of stuff in this pilot; I assume some of the moving to a completely new small town stuff will be addressed in the next episode.
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