Richard T. Jones was excellent in this episode.
Training officers take their rookies on an off-the-book operation against highly trained ex-military operators. Uh huh.
Maybe I was expecting more from the show, but I was not impressed with this first episode. This episode was so derivative and the time-travel love story has been done before -- and in some cases done better. I'm hoping the rest of the season gets better.
It is a reunion of The Shield cast (minus Vic Mackey)!
Sorry, this show is a comedy?
The problem with putting a series regular in peril is that we the audience knows that they can’t die. Yes, they killed a regular last season, but I don’t see The Rookie going all Game of Thrones on its regular cast. Given that, the tension in the episode was low as the stakes were low. Sure I was happy to see Lucy back alive and I am hoping they use this episode to build Lucy’s character and show her trying to recover from the horrors of what happened to her. Other than that, I was checking my watch throughout the episode because I already figured that Lucy was going to live by the end of the episode.
Mostly forgettable episode except for the Todd character who is awesome.
Ah! What was in the box?
A good episode only because it is focused mostly on The Doctor who is an endearing character. The cheeseball acting in the holodeck was cringy.
Its like America's Test Kitchen... but so serious and boring.
What a great pilot. I loved the music, characters and the feel-good attitude of the show. I can't wait for more episodes.
The episode story was okay, but the seasonal arc and the brotherhood between Neal and Peter is tragic. The call between Peter and Neal at the end highlights the thin line that Neal walks between the life he could have and the life that he's constantly being pulled back into.
The requisite "hacker" episode every TV show has to make. Terrible rendering of technology and "hacking".
The scene at Neal's place with Peter, Neal, Mozzie, Sara and the criminal was hilarious and so enjoyable.
The character of Helen was grating and annoying to the point of unrealistic. The constant blah blah egotastic spouting of the dangers she's face before was overkill. The arrogance of the character made her unlikable and I really could care less if the crew saved her or not.
I liked this episode a lot... up until the ending with the explosion and the treasure being in Neal's possession.
Lando you charming conman!
Meh. Grumpy "boss" for no reason. Unnecessary time crunch for no reason other than "drama". A reboot of a classic car that came out unimpressive. Meh.
The pacing is glacial. The show does look fantastic though.
This sequel was entertaining enough, but it wasn't really needed. I found myself looking at my watch a couple of times during the movie as it gets quite slow in the midsection. It is nice that they changed things up a bit in the film and introduced some new mechanics to the Jumanji game. The action was lackluster and borderline boring. Jack Black and Kevin Hart are the best things in the film. I am not sure who Dwayne Johnson was trying to do an impression of but it definitely was not Danny DeVito. It was nice to see Awkwafina in the film, she does great with what she is given. The mid-credits scene hints at where the next film will go, but I really hope they just leave it with this film.
Much better than the first season, but still a bit rough in the middle section. I did like this season a lot though.
The problem with time travel is that when done wrong, it fails spectacularly. And that is just what happened in this episode. Ugh.
I'm done with Titans. This season started off promising, then squandered it all.
Not as good as the premiere.
The show just kind of cruises along in mediocrity. The non-stop backing music for the show tells us the lack of confidence i. the writing and acting to pull off emotional moments. There’s a lot of better TV out there to spend 43 minutes each week with, instead of waiting for this show to get better. I have removed the show from the DVR schedule.
A surprisingly emotional episode. It's too bad the writers and showrunners copped out at the end and didn't have the courage to let Saru go.
After a solid start to the second season, we get this Klingon focused episode. The Klingons in ST:D are the least interesting thing and this episode dragged on and on -- the end with the two twists that didn't quite make up for the lethargic episode. I hope this episode is a fluke in this season and that we're done with the Klingons for the rest of the season. Where the hell is Spock?
"Did I just black out and pull my groin?"
It's so awesome the Titans writers are putting some levity into the episodes.
The writers do need to stop with the flashbacks though -- and this episode there were even flashbacks in flashbacks! It's lazy writing to keep using them (it's not just this season, but also last season).
Abby Miller, we hardly got to know you.
That was one of the worst episodes. I get them trying to have some Halloween fun, but it didn't work at all. Also, the producers continue to have the score for the show fill every single minute of the show -- as if they are unsure that the audience can pick up on the emotions of each scene. It is quite annoying and distracting.
How cliched could the writers get? Introduce a new young cop, have him talk about his family and son. Then have him stabbed. Not very good writing.