Overall, I liked this episode, but I also didn't feel like I laughed all that much.
Overall I liked the pilot, but I felt like it had more weaknesses than strengths.
The CW's new doctor drama seems eerily similar to Grey's Anatomy, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its own merits. However, is it worthy of a spot on your personal viewing schedule? Let's discuss...
Leverage's back-to-back summer finale was the best, and maybe only, way for the show to squeeze all of its awesomeness into one sitting.
Season 2's penultimate episode was full of Fae politics, but it still managed to be a lot of fun.
Sunday night's episode had neither high stakes or an abundance of humor, which made for a filler episode that strayed from both the devices that this show does best.
The Garuda's big reveal was exciting to say the least, but between Dyson and Bo's miscommunicated entitlement to finish him off and an unnecessary character death, we're worried that this forward momentum will hit the brakes hard next week.
It's not the first time Leverage has copped out of a real episode with a 22-minute period flashback, but unlike the show's previous attempt, this one was actually good!
There were a lotta hard decisions this week, but that's exactly what gave this episode the strength it needed to keep us interested and engaged.
This week, a story about cheerleading and a story about government came together surprisingly well.