The Birds may be meeting their match in this third part of the saga!
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Events really get going as the Birds rescue Savant, but is led into a trap, and Barbara Gordon takes her father, James Gordon, to work, telling him her true identity. Write us at email@example.com www.wrightonnetwork.com or @feathersandfoes on Twitter.
Mark and Ashford discuss part two of the story arc, Perfect Pitch by Gail Simone. Black Canary is reconciling any prior bad blood, Barbara Gordon is anticipating a new lease on life, and Helena Bertinelli is seeking her birthright, reaching Capo status.
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April and Ashford discuss The Conversion, an episode where George would do anything for love, Jerry is Bonkers about his love interest's status, Kramer is a bastion Karvorka presence, and in Elaine sticks her foot in her mouth about boyfriend's profession.
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Oh boy. The Game is On, indeed. The Calculator can not rest till he discovers who this Oracle character is...and when he does rest, he dreams of capturing the Oracle.
Helena Bertinelli is going deep undercover, setting up best laid plans by making herself a Capo, which can have her take down organized crime from the inside.
And Black Canary is working on herself, being in the moment with her team, while looking forward, apprehensively, to resolve some loose ends with a prior relationship.
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Oh, the Cigar Store Indian episode. April and Ashford discuss the staged Pitfalls of Political Correctness. And no, we are not talking about 2016 and beyond. We are going way back to 1993, as Jerry likes one of Elaine's friends, who happens to be Native American, but as you can see from the image above, he begins on the wrong foot. George has guests over, and with one of his guests, he engages in extra-curricular activities, and Elaine is trying to make it in life without being stalked by a creeper or being embarrassed by Jerry's clumsy comments in front of company.
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