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I doubt 'are you interested in picking up this show? the ratings are terrible but merc really likes it.' would go over particularly well.

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mrverene wrote:

Was actually surprised that the big bad is

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The Ultra Humanite. Not pleasantly surprised, as he's been a ridiculous villain since the 1930s, but surprised.

wrong? taken in by misdirection?

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esp 11 was another good eps

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Jordans "reformed" return was truly vomit inducing, very well acted, made my skin crawl. I had to review the end of eps 10 to confirn the lies  he told about how the crocks died. I thnk in the end Cameron will turn against  his father,   when he sees him as the lying scheming madman that he is. But Starman will killl him

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I caught up on this series recently and was soooo sure the Ultra-Humanite had been in Starman's body while Sylverster's mind was in the giant gorilla, for so long that I felt silly when that didn't seem the case after Ep 11... still I have been loving everything going on and for a YA series, once again, it went so dark with the

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death of the Crocks.

https://next-episode.net/sig/sig.php?alias=default&kk=fe18e3ede310c4d0ddb3af64211e19ec

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TheFizza wrote:

I caught up on this series recently and was soooo sure the Ultra-Humanite had been in Starman's body while Sylverster's mind was in the giant gorilla, for so long that I felt silly when that didn't seem the case after Ep 11... still I have been loving everything going on and for a YA series, once again, it went so dark with the

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death of the Crocks.

wow thats a very sophisticated thought. So there are atleast two people who like the show.

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I'm surprised you thought anything like that.

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One problem I've had with this season is that it's taking the form of a whodunit but without really giving any hints. For a while there it was dropping a new villain in every week with no clues whatsoever. I guess Sylvester's behavior would be a clue in a show on any other network but I'm so used to every character acting like that in other CW shows that it seemed completely normal. And without knowing the clue that let Courtney figure it out until after the plot had been revealed, none of the things he reframed seemed like particularly devious advice either.
Of course since the other problem I have with the season is I don't give a rat's ass, I'd not given it too much thought. I could have easily missed clues even if they were spelled out.

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TheFizza wrote:

I caught up on this series recently and was soooo sure the Ultra-Humanite had been in Starman's body while Sylverster's mind was in the giant gorilla, for so long that I felt silly when that didn't seem the case after Ep 11... still I have been loving everything going on and for a YA series, once again, it went so dark with the

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death of the Crocks.

eps 12 was a shocker ,

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you were nearly right! it is even more bizzare than you thought. talk about body swaps. 

eps 13 must go down in history as one of  the most eagerly waited for finales