No, Comcast's On Demand has sucked for a while. I thought they were getting better when The Librarians
showed up on time, but they're back to their old ways.
was up there today, and it was a pretty good episode. The real May is still held in virtual captivity, but RoboMay knows the score-- she just can't do anything about it. Or can she? I have a feeling that Radcliffe has underestimated her. May, Robo or otherwise, will find a way around her programming. I'm betting that RealMay and RoboMay escape their respective bonds simultaneously.
Even more interesting is how Radcliffe is getting into her head. First he figured out, through RoboMay, that May does indeed have feelings for Coulson (and vice versa for YoYo, in a parallel conversation with Coulson). Then he figured out that the way to really get to her is through the incident in Bahrain. When she wakes up and realizes that was a trick, Radcliffe's life won't be worth a plugged nickel.
Mack and Yoyo make a great couple (although their sex scene was incredibly unconvincing). Yoyo's hot bloodedness makes a nice contrast to Mack's reticence. I got a kick out of her "I'm a knockout" and her inventory of Mack's of Mack's physical attributes (she'd probably just shake her head at me and give me a dollar for a candy bar
). And we got to learn a little bit about Mack's sad history, and the reason for his reticence. The poor guy has reason to be sad.
Talbot got a couple of moments to shine in this one, as did Mace. Talbot certainly made his point with Coulson about being responsible for SHIELD's continued existence, and that was a nice conversation between Mace and Daisy in the hearing. Both of them have admirable qualities, despite their flaws and comedic value.
Radcliffe makes a quite interesting antagonist. He seems to genuinely not want to hurt anyone and possibly wants to benefit the world-- we still don't know what his actual goal is. But getting mixed up with the senator is not going to lead to anything good.
G-man, on 25 January 2017 - 11:31 AM, said:
The Mack-Yoyo romance continues, with it handled in such a way as to be a red-herring.
Yeah, that, the scene when Gemma makes the comments about Daisy and Coulson, and the scene with Fitz, were all red herrings-- unless Radcliffe was talking about another LMD besides