If you're looking for a quick look back at the latest episode of your favourite TV show, then here's the place to be.
Even cyber criminals who aren't sent to jail are put under internet probation where they literally are not allowed to access anything online, so the concept that Brie Larven is able to hack her prison files to expedite her release is laughable in so many ways. But so is this entire villain. And this entire show episode.
Not going to lie, I had to double check and make sure I wasn't watching Supernatural based off the first minute or two. In order to regain the advantage of surprise on Vandal Savage, Rip and his team of Legends travels further back in time to 1958, where they find the immortal madman living a peaceful life as a doctor at a psych ward. Oh, and experimenting on punks in the town and turning them into alien vampires. Can't forget that.
Oh boy, Arrow. What are we going to do with you. Returning from hiatus after an excellent episode featuring a fully fledged superhero team up between Green Arrow and Vixen against the formidable odds of Damien Darkh that oh-so-unfortunately ended on a really lame note, decided to follow through almost completely on that note.
With the rise of the Inhumans, the ATCU, and the impending release of Marvel's Civil War, the subject of what to do with powered individuals has been excellently addressed on Agents of SHIELD lately. Now that the wonders of how the bureaucratic world have been tended to, we see how the terrified of the world would: by terrorizing. In come the Watchdogs, a hate-speech spouting paramilitary group bent on making a statement toward the Inhuman threat. The disgust in their speeches and faceless appearance of their masks evoke images of the KKK, as a slightly exaggerated but at its core realistic approach to how the world would react.