The Cape: "Razer" Review

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death… And so The Cape comes to an end. And it goes out not with a bang but a whimper, much as how it started just about two months ago. But oh, what a long, boring two months it has been, and this final (aired -- more on that later) episode is at least consistent with the rest of the show in its stunning mediocrity and dreariness. "Razer" begins with a drive-by machinegun attack on the mean streets of Palm City, where Vince's wife and kid just happen to be hanging around. It turns out Vince -- disturbing stalker that he is -- is also present during this incident, though he doesn't do anything to stop it. What kind of superhero is he, anyway?  Read More...

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Nov 18, 2011 11:19AM EST

Actually if you paid attention, The cape wasn't there when shots were fired. Vince showed up after to make sure his family was okay. And another thing, I would have liked for this show to continue, or at least concluded correctly instead of leaving us hanging, then at least I would know that America isn't developing a taste for Crappy programs. My gosh I see that more and more people are going for the plot-less Tv shows like cops, Judge Judy, and Jerry Springer. America has no imagination anymore.

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