This was the first episode since the pilot that left me wanting to spend more time with Dumb Jeff and Sad Skye as we finally made some real progress with this crazy fans/True Believers/fake show/real show insanity.
All in all, "The Good Fight" was a solid Jeff/Skye episode and a strong episode for establishing who Skye truly is and what her motivations are.
Aside from the problematic Skye/Kelly/Marti treatment, as far as the True Believer storyline goes, "The Kiss" was one of the more well-written stories of Cult that we've seen so far.
I’m still genuinely liking the story. I've been waffling, but “Get with the Program” clarified a lot of things that needed to be clarified, particularly with regard to how the True Believers operate.
This week, the Nate/Jeff storyline stalled, but the goings-on behind the scenes at the Evil Bizzaro CW seemed to confirm an important point: Steven Rae really IS slipping secret signs and messages into episodes of fake Cult for obsessive fans/True Believers to find.
The CW's latest has managed to put me in an awkward position where I know objectively that it’s a not-great show but I don’t hate watching it, and I’m even willing to admit that I LIKE watching it. It makes me laugh.
Plus: Teen Wolf has a return date, Kurt Sutter has a wacky new show in development, and Lee Pace has a new job.
Not gonna lie, there's a lot of WTF going on here. But it has the potential to be really fun kind of WTF.
The network is debuting the pilot episode of its meta horror online a week before it debuts.
Plus: So does The CW's Cult, Cosmo Kramer returns to television, and Sean Bean gets a new role to die in.
As the network prepares for a minor re-launch, we thought it might be instructive (and honestly, a bit amusing) to look back on some of its biggest missteps, so that it might learn from them in the future.
Plus: Preview Night includes screenings of Arrow and Revolution, and Fringe heads to Hall H.
Models and demon hunters switch spots on the schedule, and The Vampire Diaries gets a beautiful and beastly partner.
Also on the way are a drama about murderous television fans, a remake of an '80s procedural, and a lighthearted medical dramedy.