Chloe thinks Lois has a crush. Lois says she admires The Blur professionally for his heroism. She remembers lowering the bar for a Green Arrow interview and finding "Mr. Emerald Chaps" to also be a "Closet-case" when it comes to publicity. This scene sure is talky. And not in the good way, where people on TV talk and you are entertained. Chloe reminds Lois that the heroes wear costumes so as not to be recognized. She hurries Lois, because she's parked illegally. [In an alley. Where illegal things happen. - Z] Lois moans in pain because her heels are "Silent killers." She lets Chloe walk ahead. Lois suddenly hears Chloe yelling at somebody. She runs, or tries to. A man is struggling with Chloe next to her blue car. "Just gimme the keys!" the criminal yells. The man, a stocky guy with lots of hair, smacks Chloe and knocks her down. She's unconscious. The guy is wearing a tie and a leather sports jacket. Classy! Hey, it's disgraced former Illinois governor Rob Blagojevich! What an honor! Lois kicks him in the knee and punches him in the face, which is something a lot of people wanted to do to the real Mr. Blagojevich. Another man bear-hugs Lois from behind. She reverse head-butts him, smacks him in the face and kicks him. Blagojevich has already gotten into his yellow sports car and is taking off. His head is bloodied. He reverses and then turns around to get out of there. Lois kicks Blagojevich's partner in the face, saying, "This one's for your friend!" She puts her booted food on his upper chest. Bloody of nose, he asks wearily, "Who the Hell are you? Some sort of superhero?" Lois, lit with weird theater lights behind her, has her face in shadow. Her scarf flaps out dramatically behind her. Lois smiles. "You bet I am. Call me Stiletto," she says. Can I just keep calling you Dumb Shit Lois? I have a feeling that's the name we're going to come back to in the end anyway.
Episode Report CardOmar G: C | 1429 USERS: C+
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