Dar and Tao prove that talking is a powerful cure when they become involved in a bitter family dispute.

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Dar and Tao prove that talking is a powerful cure when they become involved in a bitter family dispute.

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i had to watch it a second time...
7 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...in order to appreciate it. The plot seemed kinda stupid and weak but the main roles are all well acted (save of course for the magicians: they were actually at their weakest here) and there really is a great point in the story. not just about communication, but about controlling and venting your emotions before the control you.

Voden is still playing the enigma until the end of the episode, but I think the Audience is smart enough to figure it out. communication and sport are two great ways to release pent-up emotion and this is actually a good example of that. I found it predictable 3 years ago and still do but that doesn't seem to mean as much anymore. most of them (episode endings) are things you can see coming; that's not the point of this show; it never was.

2.5 of 5 or 5 of 10. the climax is great by the way.


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