Not terribly impressed with the Count (and getting the name to fit was a REAL stretch), but at least they didn't kill him off.
I love Oliver playing so many roles. When he told the cop he was going to do something on his end, I was thinking it could be sloppy if the Hood ends up using police information to take down the Count. However, he's seen at the drug deal and openly admits it was him! And it kept them off his back! Smooth. I also thought it was hilarious that he said he ran out of sport's bottles so he used a syringe.
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DC really needs a visionary to map all this out so they can start doing things that build their brand, instead of rebooting everything for every film. They will go nowhere that way. But maybe thats what they want.
I actually think the scenes with the Count in this latest episode stole the show. I'm usually not a huge fan of the actor and he didn't do anything mind blowing, but I still found myself enjoying his scenes more then anything else.
A woman can move a lot faster with her skirt up than a man can with his pants down.
Just watched latest episode and enjoyed it. I was truly shocked to see that asian guy on the island isn't as he seems........
'If you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, its not because they enjoy solitude. It's because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them'
That fake Count Vertigo, lame as hell
Gimme my real C.V. from Ostrander`s S.S.
now that`s the real one.
I'm no lawyer, but it seemed odd to me that, as part of her plea deal, the court would appoint someone to serve In loco parentis for Thea given that she (A) is 18 tears old, thus making her a legal adult and (B) has a mother who is both legally and medically competent to care for her.
As for The Count . . . He said that Vertigo affected the thalamus, which controls sensory and motor input to the brain. My guess is that the massive O.D. will end up severely damaging/destroying his own thalamus and that he'll be fitted with some kind of tech that's meant to take over its function and regulate his brains sensory input. But somehow he'll discover a way to project its effect outward, giving him the ability to distort and disrupt other people's sensory input. A close parallel to the comic character's origin.