Torchwood: Miracle Day - "End of the Road" Review

Last week I was certain that Angelo was one of the people behind what caused Miracle Day. As it turns out, I wasn't entirely on the ball with that assessment, though he was researching immortality. Of course, it still seems ridiculous that Olivia Colasanto (Nana Vistior) would send armed men to hold Gwen's family hostage if they weren't involved in the greater scheme in some way. I don't find the reasoning given this week all that persuasive either. Again, it was an attempt to create drama under false pretenses. There was no reason for Olivia to do what she, but it created dramatic tension. Gwen's rightfully pissed. 

The introduction of John de Lancie (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Breaking Bad) and the reintegration of the CIA into the storyline was a bit rough around the edges. I'm not a huge fan of Wayne Knight's casting in his role as the Families' hired help. He's too neurotic for a character whose noble ties to the mysterious triangle families seems to be deeper than blood.  Read More...

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