NO ORDINARY FAMILY “No Ordinary Beginning” Review

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NO ORDINARY FAMILY “No Ordinary Beginning” Season 1 Episode 20 – It’s hard to believe that this may be the last time we see NO ORDINARY FAMILY. The show was starting to come together in the past few episodes. And I have found it to be fun and enjoyable to watch, though it seems others have not. Tonight’s “No Ordinary Beginning” pulls out all the stops to end the season. Working together, the family’s powers are at their strongest as they try to find a kidnapped JJ.

Global Tech CEO aka Helen Burton aka Mrs. X fires an obsolete Dr. King for being too soft. A desperate Mr. Litchfield glares for his last time.

Shocker! Dr. King needs trilsettum to survive cancer, but he doesn’t have powers, except -oh I don’t know- not being able to die!

Ben, the electric man, gives JJ a Harry Potter-style jolt of electricity on his forehead. Jim gets back at Ben for that.

Two Joshuas! “Victoria” kissing Katie!! Didn’t Katie notice? That was a good fake out.

George discovers Victoria’s bad deed. He warns Katie about the fake Joshua. Surprisingly, she manages to stay calm enough not to tip off Victoria/Joshua. Well, until she confronts her/him. It is also surprising that Victoria didn’t notice.

Katie must have superpowers of her own if she is already moving around after having her baby, her green-eyed baby.

The plane the Powells took to the Amazon was used to ship trilsettum samples. Inhalation plus non-synthetic adrenaline galvanizes the trilsettum in the recipient to become permanent. Hmm, of course.

I thought the gas vapors in the elevator were going to be Tom Seeley, the mist.

Using trilsettum like a junkie, Dr. King kills the three guards to save Stephanie, Daphne, and JJ, and frees his son Joshua. “Thanks, Dad.” The interaction between Dr. King and Joshua was rather cheesy, a little too Brady Bunch for me.

My inappropriate reactions again: I started laughing at the sight of Jim “skipping” out of the room, asking about and looking for his family. Then Dr. King shoots him. Another (not so funny) fake out. I started laughing again at the needle in Dr. King’s eye.

George has powers! I would love to see that next season. The government needs the family’s help! I wasn’t expecting the show to end right there, at that moment. Aahh, that’s it?!

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