The Cape Review: "Scales on a Train"

I was off my game tonight.

Interesting line that Orwell spoke in "Scales on a Train," especially since you can't really be on your game if you're barely even on the roster.

How many lines did Orwell have tonight? Very few. She's the only real reason to tune into The Cape and the writers/producers are doing themselves a serious disservice not using her more prominently.  The scene at the end between her and Vince, where she asked him about why parents love their kids so much, definitely adds to the notion that she is Fleming's estranged daughter, so hopefully she'll come to the forefront soon.

This episode had its moments, particularly wherever Scales showcased his maniacal side.  If nothing else, he's good for a few laughs, such as his interactions with Rollo or his ability to escape a jail cell. He's certainly a more interesting villain than Chess, despite his over-the-top delivery. Read More...


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Feb 1, 2011 3:28AM EST

Am I the only one who thinks David Lyons wears eyeliner?

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