- Surprised not one, but two versions of Metallo were killed off in this episode, but their deaths were pretty damn gruesome and cool.
- The shake ups of the show as the result of the move from CBS to the CW is shown, in particular with the apparent departure of Calista Flockhart's Cat Grant
- Kara following Kal's path into being reported is a nice parallel, plus her new 'boss' is enough of a gruff guy that you'll see her learning from him
Monday, October 17, 2016
Hello Dwellers and Welcome to the Basement... We are going over this week's episode of Supergirl, titled 'The Last Children of Krypton', that features not one but two Metallos who face their ends in ways that belong in 'Mortal Kombat', plus shake ups at CatCo and other things of note.
Hello Dwellers and Welcome to the Basement... it's no secret that I don't have a high opinion of Mick Foley, sure he's a legend... for doing things that ended up hurting pro wrestling, such as helping trying to kill kayfabe... but the comments he made, justifying only Charlotte vs Sasha Banks being the only show case for the women on Monday Night RAW is just... idiotic... in my RAW VIEW.
The Tweets In Questions That Inspire This Vlog, are below @drinkbleachT on twitter deserves credit for the civil way he conducted himself as Foley looked like a damn fool, who did proper harm to his own on screen persona as an Authority Figure. Love the fact that Foley basically threaten @drinkbleachT to watch his 'tone' or else he would never talk to him again. Credit: Wrestlezone.com
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