Oddly disappointed that he didn't bang himself
OMG Homlander is getting creepier every episode
Wow Stormfront...Classic Gretchen behaviour
I swear I can't stand any more Homelander drinking milk scenes
Am I missing something? We now know that Liberty was a superhero 40+ years ago, but has Compound V been out there that long? I mean, she was relatively unknown, as if it was a normal thing to have heroes then, but I thought Vought did that in the last 20 something years, Homelander being one of the first huge heroes to get recognition and fame. Did I miss something or does this feel like a bad retcon of sorts?
I'm still stuck on how storm front even got into the seven in the first place. I mean she's not exactly a team player; How would an image-minded corporation like Vought even hire such an outspoken individual to begin with?
I used to have a huge crush on Elizabeth Shue in the 80s and apparently still do but then THAT happened!!
♪ We didn't start the fire... ♪
But now we know that Vought might have poured some gasoline in it... I wonder if some events cited in the song might be connected to them at some point.
Homelander's descent has been entertaining but the thing with Maeve has been brought up too many times to be just a red herring. I expect we'll see more on that front as well as A-Train's.
Gretchen being a Hancock-like superhero makes so much sense. Though I guess FX didn't want the "racist grandma" angle. :rofl:
Homelander: Change the fuck back dobbelganger
I don’t know why I so naively thought that homelander didn’t rape Becca, like for some reason that scene where Becca leaves the office gave me like walk of shame after a consensual encounter vibes, so I thought she chose to go for it cause she thought he was hot and he’s like a pop star, so I wished that scene was a little more explicit or like overstated, that we could see her crying or something because when you are dumb and naive like me you don’t get it and all these episodes I was like yes homelander is a killer but at least not a rapist so now I’m here looking stupid.And Stormfront being Liberty is such a unique and exciting twist!!! My theory is that of course Vought and Mr Edgar know and he put her there to bring down homelander from the inside and motivate the public from a different angle! Or my other guess is that she is working with other forgotten supes to bring down Vought?Also I find it a little unrealistic that Annie, a Vought property, can go and come as she pleases, but I guess technically Ashley and Mr Edgar don’t really know about Hughie, like no one from management knows all the mess that’s happening and it’s more like a homelander, annie and a-train business.
stormfront broke down the cancel/outrage culture to a tee.
Homelander: "It's not even gay, if it's with yourself, right?" :joy::joy::joy:
I felt so uncomfortable watching Homelander outing Maeve on live tv without her consent.
Every day I get more and more hooked on this series, but the ending has left me with a feeling of: come on, don't fuck with me! You can't cut the series now
This is a major improvement over the first two episodes!! I FUCKING LOVE THIS SHOW!!
I get it! Women is smart and men is stupid. Thank you the boys for this valuable lesson.
Poorest episode up to date. Boring.
Well, two of my theories that I mentioned in my comment on the previous episode were just merged and proven true. I figured that Liberty was possibly the one who killed Susan. But my main assumption was Stormfront as being the one who did that. And, then, guess what happened? Liberty IS Stormfront. I thought of that twist right before Valerie showed M.M., Annie, and Hughie a picture of Stormfront.
I'm assuming that, in the comics, Stormfront was also known as Liberty, for some reason. It wouldn't make sense for Liberty to have been a different character based on this episode and how Liberty and Stormfront are both the same person. I mean, Liberty could've been something that the show's writers came up with, and there never was someone known by that name in the comics, let alone Stormfront. Or there was a character known by that name, just not Stormfront, and they decided to merge both characters.
Honestly, I was surprised that Operation Rescue Becca almost happened. This is only the fourth episode of the season. I know that Billy had a deal with Grace in which he'd get Becca's location in return, or close to it. I guess I didn't expect that to happen so soon, for there to be an attempt. It felt sudden, like teleporting past the finish line and not simply running the race. It did go better than I thought it would, though. Billy was able to infiltrate the compound, surprisingly. Only Becca ended up not wanting to go with him in the end.
So, A-Train is out, out of The Seven, and replaced with Shockwave. I don't know about you, but I don't think that's going to work out at all. Is Shockwave even fast? Does he even have superpowers? He probably does, but we never saw them. We never saw him run in the first season against A-Train. He lost the race too quickly. Either way, I'm expecting him to be so below average that Homelander will kill him. Or that, despite being a Supe(r)hero, he ends up getting killed too easily, and Homelander will bring A-Train back.
This episode had no plot progression, only the illusion of it with Operation Rescue Becca (almost) happening. Unless you'd consider A-Train getting kicked out of The Seven as plot progression, among other things. Like Stormfront used to be known as Liberty. Or that The Deep is going through this weird selection/audition process of choosing a woman to be his wife.
It was more of an episode of character development, characters moments, or whatever. Characters dealing with themselves and whatnot, that sort of thing. It was an entertaining enough episode, but I don't necessarily "enjoy" stuff like that. Stuff like that isn't bad or anything like that, and I don't "have" a problem with it. It's just that I'm never that interested when it comes to stuff like that in any show. But there were still enough "entertaining" moments in this episode that made the episode, as a whole, entertaining to watch.
Alright, well, the good thing is that I'm starting to feel immersed in this season. All of the episodes, so far, including this one, have all had a sufficient amount of moments that were the highlights of each one, and the episodes themselves, as a whole, were pretty decent, too. The point is, I didn't start to become immersed in the season until now, just a little bit. So, in short, that's a good thing, I think. And I'm looking forward to what the rest of the season has in wait and becoming more immersed in it, hopefully.
The stromfront-plot thickens... I really enjoy someone one-upping Homelander, but I'm not enjoying it as much as I would have liked when it comes from someone potentially even crazier.
Great dirty talk foreplay between Homelander and the other Homelander