Ah, busting out the Fringe stars aren't we, show? In all seriousness, it was cool seeing Blair Brown in this and she did a good job.
Karen does exist! Good to know; I was worried I might had imagine her the first few episodes. Noticed that Maggie wasn't in this episode; is there a requirement that only one young blonde actress is allowed to be in an episode now? And Hal's reaction would have been a lot better if they actually bothered to have him be upset over her capture in the last few episodes. In the end, when he was all "I'm going to find her, dad!", I just wondered why he didn't say that weeks ago.
Normal complaints aside, I thought this was much better then the past few weeks. At least we're finally going somewhere, even if it isn't the most original out there. Good job to everyone who called that there was another alien race that was actually running the show instead of the Skitters. And Dr. Annie discovers that the Skitters are other aliens transformed, including humans. Hmm, that's going to suck for a whole lot of kids.
Weaver's meltdown was kind of strange, although Will Patton did a great job with it. Still wondering what's the deal with him popping all those pills.
Can someone please, please off Ricky? Come on! I hate the way the writers wrote that kid! Do they need hint #4081 that Ricky is going to turn on them? Seriously!
I hate to wish ill on a kid, but yeah, he needs to go. It seems pretty clear that he'll be betraying the gang soon. Glad to see his father's death will be for nothing.
Pope was pretty awesome tonight. Had quite a few lines that cracked me up. He may be a cliche, but it's nice to have someone who can snark every now and then.
Moon Bloodgood continues to be one of the hottest doctors ever. Just putting that out there, heh.
Edited by thuganomics85, Aug 1, 2011 @ 1:25 PM.