Alright ladies and gentleman we had a great episode brought to us tonight! We are entering into a newly created earth so there’s a bit to talk about and a little theory! So let’s get to this review!
So in this episode it takes place after the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths so if you haven’t watched all the parts you might be confused and should probably go and watch all parts now, now onward!
With this episode we still see poor Beth/Alice (Rachel Skarsten) try to win by getting Kate/Batwoman (Ruby Rose) to stop the charade as being the hero of Gotham. Well we all know that even Mouse (Sam Littlefield) is getting bored with Alice’s games and wants her to move on. The sad fact is that Alice’s games may never end until she finally wins but we all know that will never happen!
In the episode we had a troubled teen by the name of Parker Torres (Malia Pyles) who only acted out cause her ex-girlfriend told her parents about her being gay which I understand why she wanted to act out because of what her ex did; it wasn’t her place to do that. But she still shouldn’t have endangered so many lives with her actions but at least in the end she got a friend out of all the crazy in the episode.
As for Mary (Nicole Kang) she was spiraling down majorly. Everyone saw how bad she was spiraling down but it didn’t matter because she didn’t want to hear what anyone had to say. I think a lot of people can kind of understand what Mary is going through though; losing a parent and having a step parent go to jail for falsified evidence against him and no one believing the truth its enough to make anyone go insane. But I hope going forward that Mary can start opening up and possibly grieving for the loss of her mother and be a family member to the Kane family.
Now the final moments of this episode might be confusing people especially with Alice being interrogated and this new Beth arriving in Kate’s office but here’s my theory is that the Beth in Kate’s office is most likely a Beth from the old Multiverse and when everything was brought back the only way she was able to come back was to be on Earth Prime! So now there’s the possibility that there will be two different Beth’s the one who became Alice and the other one who used to be on a different earth but is now forced to live her life out on the exact same earth. Confusing, not to me but it might be to some. I guess we will find out soon enough!
And to Caroline Dries show runner and writer to this episode. She did a phenomenal job writing this episode and I absolutely loved it; I hope she will write more episodes in future episodes and future seasons I think it would be awesome to have that.
New Episode: Batwoman(S01E11) “An Un-Birthday Present” airs Sunday January 26, 2020 at 7/8c on The CW