Anyway, Doggett tells Xena that Noel is dead. "You can't kill us. We can't be killed," Xena tells him. "I hate what I am," she finishes. Call me crazy, but that seems like a weakness to me. If she truly had no weaknesses, she wouldn't even be capable of that kind of emotion. Grappling with morals and whatnot might get in the way of all that super-solider action, I mean. Blah blah blah, the program is expanding in ways no one ever dreamed of, yada yada, Xena wants Doggett to help her "stop it." She wants him to expose the deaths of the men she killed and what they were doing. "What were they doing?" Doggett asks. "Preparing the water supply," Xena tells him. Well, naturally. Please, let's throw something else into the mix here. Clones, alien replicants, alien bounty hunters, gray aliens, green aliens, the Syndicate, the bees, the black oil, the black oil worms, the alien babies in jars, abductions, mysterious cancers, people being brought back from the dead, impossible pregnancies, giant spaceships covered in Navajo writing, super-soldiers. Yes, let's add something else to that list! Water! Screwed-up water! I wonder what else we'll get before the end of the season? Unstoppable flying monkeys, designed to transport mutated ova from lab to lab? Genetically-altered cheeseburgers, designed to transform the meat-eaters of the world into an army of brain-dead drones, leaving the vegetarians to rule the planet? What?
Episode Report CardJessica: C- | 493 USERS: C+
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