Who is Harrison Wells? This is the big question and the mystery that has haunted the cast and viewers of “The Flash” since the very beginning. We’ve known he’s the Reverse-Flash for quite some time, known he’s the Eobard Thawne version of the character for a while, and known how he got here and now for just a few weeks. But it’s been a slower process for the characters in the show to realize all this, and now it’s all coming to a climax. Add in a trip to two other comic book cities, and a shape-shifting villain, and we’ve got a full plate this episode. Meet me after the super-speed jump for my review of “Who Is Harrison Wells?.”
You see the work of Marie Gilbert here on Biff Bam Pop! every week. Our Steampunk Granny regularly reviews the cool stuff here, episode by episode recaps of “The Walking Dead,” “Bates Motel,” “True Blood,” and “Orphan Black” among others. Her interviews and ghost investigations are top notch. Marie rocks, and we love her, but now we have an extra special reason to be proud of our Steampunk Granny – she’s now a published novelist. Meet me after the jump and I’ll tell you all about Roof Oasis.
What are we to do with the Bates? No matter how hard they try to fit in, they are the triangles in a town of squares. Poor Norma tried to improve her status by mingling with the powerful people of the town, but thanks to Nick Ford, Norman is in a box and slipping in and out of his multiple personalities. Dylan… our little stud muffin is in a heap of trouble. Will the Bates make it through the night? Book a room and find out, after the jump.
Norma has a problem. Yes, I know, Norma always has problems, but this time, it involves her boys. On last week’s episode, Nick Ford made an offer Norma couldn’t refuse. Mr. Nick Ford is one unhappy mobster, but he knows how to get what he wants. He wants Zane dead. Can Norma get Dylan to kill Zane? Let’s visit White Pine Bay to find out. Read the rest of this entry
Norma, so sure of her control over Norman, is shocked when her youngest gives her a taste of teenage A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E. Welcome to the real world of teenagers and their angst, Norma. On last week’s episode, Norman learns that mother is keeping secrets and he’s not a happy camper. Norman may have gotten a “get out of jail” card from the sheriff, but that was before the DNA results came in. Poor Dylan is in danger and Zane is out of control. Will Norman be arrested for Miss Watson’s murder? One never knows with the Bates.
Norman is in serious trouble. On last week’s episode, he lost control of his temper and now someone is dead. Norma is now part of the town council, but it might be a set up. Will Norman get away with murder? Will Norma run for Mayor? Will Dylan survive Zane’s revenge? Will Sheriff Romero figure out who killed the teacher? In White Pine Bay, one never knows. Meet me at the jail.
White Pine Bay is a hotbed of sex and drugs. On the last episode we see that Sheriff Romero is camping out at the motel, not that his presence will stop any illegal activities. Emma is in love and in bed with a boy whose lifelong dream is to own a pot farm. Cody is up a tree with Norman and Norma’s motel is safe for the moment thanks to pocket gophers. Zane is a nutcase with a list of rival gangs lining up to kill him and Dylan is injured protecting Zane. Dylan meets the big boss, Jodi Wilson. Raise your hands if you think Dylan will sleep with Jodi. Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
Holy multiple personalities! On episode 4, we see Norman morph into Norma, giving new meaning to ‘mama’s boy’. Caleb, who personally knows crazy when he sees it, took off quick as a rat leaving a sinking ship. Dylan is in a bad place both at home and at work. He doesn’t trust mother anymore and his boss is a nut case who likes to set homes on fire. Sheriff Romero will, most likely, have to kill Zane. Norma has an ally in her fight against the bypass and Norman tells Cody a secret. Will she keep it? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
Well, the tomcat is out of the bag and poor Dylan learns the truth about Uncle/Daddy. Yep, Uncle Caleb is a dirt bag and a rapist. Stuck with a boss who thinks he’s Tony Soprano and learning that he’s a product of sibling rape, Dylan is not a happy camper. He carries the double whammy of bad genes. On the bright side, Norma is making friends with the right people… or is she. Let’s drop into the scenic town of White Pine Bay and check on the wacky doings of the Bates family.
I wish I could be a fly on the wall at the Bates Motel because there’s never a dull moment. What with Norman obsessing over Miss Watson’s death and Norma’s fight against the bypass, episode one was all about Norma’s new outlook on life. But we all know the good times won’t last… not if the townsfolk have their way. With four new characters added to season 2, what shenanigans will Norma and Norman get themselves into? Let’s find out together after the jump. Read the rest of this entry