Tag: Dylan Walsh

REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 10, “Collision Course”

How they refrained from calling this episode “Cat’s in the Cradle” I’ll never know, but they resisted. “Collision Course” is another decent entry in the trying third season of Superman & Lois, with some good plotlines and payoffs for the cancer arc mixed with annoying or incomprehens...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 9 “The Dress”

Superman & Lois feels like its old self again in “The Dress,” a fantastic, character-driven episode that strikes the most human chord this season has yet. Lois’ cancer is front and center again, but it’s handled much better than it had been previously, in an honest way that humanizes thr...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 8 “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”

For the first half of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (Is every episode this season named after a movie? Must remember to investigate further), I was settling in for a decent but kind of blah episode – more Lois’ cancer, more teen and relationship drama, lots of talking about these things, ...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 6 “Of Sound Mind”

With “Of Sound Mind,” Superman & Lois has officially become a CW show – or, more accurately, a Greg Berlanti show after the veil has been removed. It’s no longer about showing Superman in a positive light, talking about his virtues and why he still matters. He’s become a punching bag, ...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 5, “Head On”

I was dreading “Head On” when I read the plot synopsis on the CW app before watching it; another episode dedicated to Clark and Sam being too worried about Lois and her illness. But this is much better than the show has been all season, and “Head On” is a necessary episode that forces Lois &...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 3, Episode 4, “Too Close to Home”

For most of its run time, “Too Close to Home” is tedious, focusing on family drama that isn’t as compelling as the show seems to think it is, retreading plot elements and themes and conflicts that likely won’t be going away anytime soon. But in its last ten or fifteen minutes, it finally doe...

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