Yes, even you. Reading this in your bedroom all alone.
Put some pants on.
This episode was a continuation of "The Serpent of Doom." As such, we have the resolution of Doctor Doom's trip through the nine realms as well as a continuation of the prophecy thread from that episode. As such, that episode has now been rendered completely pointless.
|Good job, everybody.|
Speaking of good an evil, were we supposed to believe that Loki wasn't going to betray the heroes? the phrase "sudden but inevitable betrayal" was practically coined for him.
Actually, what can I really say about the characters? They didn't really learn anything, hero or villain. Well, hopefully, Thor learned not to trust the God of Lies. On that note, here's a question. Why the heck did Thor get Loki of all people? When did Loki ever show any sign of redemption? Regret over his crimes? Anything other than pure evil? And why would he ever help Thor, his hated enemy?
|Clearly you can trust this man.|
All in all, this episode wasn't too bad. It was a bland little bit of filler that wasn't actively terrible. It just wasn't that memorable. There are much better episodes in this season, but there are much worse ones, too.
See you next time.