Episode Reviewed: Twisting
(Out of 5 cones):
Summary: When Mr. Charles
makes demands that Kevin Colburn finds uncomfortable, his daughter
Erica takes things into her own hands.
the right path
for me, Twisting
Pathway was one of the
more suspenseful episodes of the Novacom Saga. So many things have happened
in the saga and the suspense in the episode was quite enjoyable. The episode
began in the office next to Mr. Colburn's office. I especially enjoyed the
connection between the two rooms by the intercom. Erica Colburn practiced
her usual mischievous nature by hitting one of the buttons on the intercom,
thus, revealing what was going on inside the office.
I was pleased
to know that Erica Colburn starred in this episode because I was enthused
after listening to her in Under the
Influence. Unfortunately, according to Whit, she was a bad guy. Which
has been known for his very trusting nature. We see a bit of this in
Suspicious Minds when he says that the money would turn up. He didn't want
to blame anyone for the missing money. We also see Whit's positive attitude
in What Happened to the
Silver Streak? when the
train car is missing. Curt Stevens is out to blame someone, but Whit has a
genuine trust for the victim of blame. Now this makes me question something.
Why then, would Whit be quick to draw conclusions and place the blame in
Pathway? At the end of
the episode, Erica Colburn was conveniently missing when the police arrived,
therefore Whit found some way to blame Erica for the Imagination Station's
burglary. Now why on earth would Mr. Whittaker, the man everyone looks up
to, do that? Either the writers totally forgot how to write Whit's part, or
Whit really changed when he went to the Middle East!
Also how is it
possible that Nick Mulligan could show Erica around the Underground Railroad
tunnel? In the Blackgaard Saga a bomb exploded down there, so I don't see
how it's possible unless the bomb had almost no harm.
was good in general. Aubrey's actress is not the best of actresses, but she
does a good job. Overall I'd say AIO did a great job.
and 1/2 out of 5 cones.
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