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Another politically-driven pot-boiler
This one was not about soda per se, but the buying up of water rights, by among others the companies that make soda and bottled water.
The political part is not the main story, which is the semi-Romeo and Juliet of the grand-daughter and the Prof. Who will take the blame for the murder of the soda rep?
Notable guest stars: Paula Patton - A.D.A. Mikka Von - sorry, she does not even finish the episode. Pity she was not around longer. Between movies?
Amanda Fuller - Emma Brooks - the grand-daughter, most recently known as the eldest daughter of Last Man Standing
Melissa Benoist - Ava - blink at the beginning and you will miss her, the one with the man wanting to go skinny-dipping in the fountain, before finding it was occupied. Recently of Supergirl.
The Librarians (2014)
Sic Transit Gloria
It seems there will be no Season 5, at least not on TNT.
Understandable, as the writing of the fourth season has gone down hill considerably compared to the first two seasons.
And it was not just the writing, the stunts and special effects were also lacking.
Take episode 'And the Graves of Time'. The fighting stunts were terrible, almost as bad as some of the "Superheroine" clips found on YouTube. I know that both Rebecca Romijn and Rachel Nichols can do better, so I am not blaming them.
This whole bit about having to round up "magical artifacts" has been done much better, both on the the Friday the 13th TV series (now renamed Friday's Curse), and Warehouse 13.
Of the episodes of Season 4, I did like 'And the Silver Screen'. It had something that was lacking on many of the other episodes, a good plot and suspense, even if some of the elements had been done before (see the above two TV series).
If there is a Season 5 somewhere, I may still watch it, but I hope it gets better than Season 4.
I will remember this show for Jaina Lee Ortiz
Jaina Lee Ortiz is a find, and deserves another series, soon!
Unfortunately, the writing on this show was rather uneven. There were some good episodes that kept you guessing, but others that took so much time with their sub-plots that the main plot of the episode got lost. Too much time spent on the characters' private lives.
An example of the good - the recent episode 2.21, where it kept you guessing who the ultimate bad guy was until the final reveal.
Unfortunately, the last episode, 2.22 was rather clichéd. There were too many of these episodes.
It also did not help that Fox buried the show on Friday, along with the now-canceled Sleepy Hollow.
I will be waiting for the DVD sets.