First of all, I'd like to apologize for my lack of a review for "Pound of Flesh." I was unable to watch that episode until several days later, and by then it was too late for me to post a review. I must say, though, that it was a huge step up from "Welcome to the War," (which I gave a C) and was probably my favorite episode of the season so far. But now, on with "John May."
"John May" was the episode that fixed all my complaints about "Welcome to the War." I found myself actually caring about the characters and their struggles. First, though, I would like to take a moment to remember Georgie, who died a valiant death that was one of the saddest I've seen on television in a long time. Perhaps the person who was most dedicated to taking down the Vs, I had figured Georgie would die simply because he wasn't a member of the main cast. However, that didn't make his death any less emotionally taxing, and I was really sad to see him go. However, it was the best death that the character possibly could have gotten: to go on his own terms before he could compromise his friends. David Richmond-Peck really did a good job with the character, and I hope we'll get to see him in some capacity in the future. After all, Georgie did tell Father Jack he'd "see him around."
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