[Header Image: Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, and Giorgia Whigham as Amy/Rachel | Netflix]
From the moment the first episode started I knew I was going to absolutely love this season. To avoid spoiling anything, let’s just say it starts with a car chase, Frank (Jon Bernthal) is covered in blood, guns, and a mystery girl (Amy/Rachel played by Giorgia Whigham). It was very suitable for this show and it most definitely felt like I was stepping back into the world of Frank Castle.
[Header Image: Robin Lord Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot | Fox]
This episode was split into two sections. One focused on Haven, the new safe place put together by Jim and the GCPD, and the second focused on Selina seeking out Jeremiah so she can finally get her revenge.
So, the quarantine didn’t last long. I was kind of hoping to at least see Fred, Jughead, and FP band together to try and sneak back into Riverdale when they were forced to stay outside. Where did they go? What happen? Was it lifted straight away? I do think the show rushed over it just to get to the post-quarantine world of Riverdale but as always, the episode was at least entertaining.
[Header Image: Cory Michael Smith as Edward Nygma | Fox]
This episode was split into three main stories. It starts at the GCPD where we find out that the young boy who showed up at the end of the previous episode was chained to other children and forced to do work for a gang who are situated over by the water. In true Jim Gordon fashion, he instantly decides that he is going to help them no matter what it takes.
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The opening sequence to this episode sees Edward, Oswald, Jim, and Harvey all getting ready before leaving, each with a gun in hand, before the four of them meet up and walk to meet other members of the GCPD. Jim declares for them to fire on his command and when he says “for Gotham” they all let loose and as the camera pans out we see helicopters, tanks, and some kind of army on the ground below. Admittedly I expected this scene to be shown much later in the season but regardless, it was still an epic way to open the first episode of the final season.
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I think it is safe to say that December was a busy month and really put me behind on watching this episode of Riverdale. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised by it. It was really fun and despite coming across a little like a filler episode it was still enjoyable to watch.
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