21 February 2013 7:22 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Last week Zero Hour gave viewers plenty to chew on -- Nazi devil babies, clones, secret societies, "new" Apostles -- and while it was still completely ludicrous, it seemed worth checking out just for the fun.  The pilot went, in professional lingo, "balls out."  It essentially jumped into the fifth season of Lost, and most everyone seemed fine with it.  This week, "Face" revealed all of Zero Hour's many, many problems without fun things like devil babies (although we did hear them crying).  Mostly, it's just really, truly terrible writing.  I don't know how you can ruin a premise so swollen with potential as one focusing on Nazi conspiracies, but somehow Zero Hour has managed it.  For more on my evisceration of this hour of television, hit the jump.  I was honestly ready to hunker down and get some legitimate puzzling done this week after Hank (Anthony Edwards) discovered »

- Allison Keene

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