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Titans got rolling in season 2 pretty quickly. After a weird first episode, we had this interesting show about a team of people fibrous histiocytoma pathology with special abilities trying to learn how to work together. Then we hit this weird cadence of flashback episodes, followed by the team separating. It’s like the show exploded and we’re picking up the pieces. Spoilers follow for Titans Season 2, Episode 10, “Fallen.” “Fallen”

When last we left our Titans, things were grim. The team had scattered to the four winds with the fibrous histiocytoma pathology revelation that Deathstroke hadn’t killed his own son before Dick got to the fibrous histiocytoma pathology church, but rather had killed his son after Dick got to fibrous histiocytoma pathology the church. I feel like everyone’s putting a lot of weight on the timing when fibrous histiocytoma pathology the big deal is that the dad was in too fibrous histiocytoma pathology much of a battle rage to stop himself from stabbing fibrous histiocytoma pathology his son through the chest. But everyone’s really mad, so they all left. When we pick up, everyone is still gone, and Dick got what he wanted: a prison sentence.

Back to Dick, though. This week, Grayson is really wallowing in his guilt. A prison guard sees that he’s an ex-cop and offers to get him a personal cell rather fibrous histiocytoma pathology than a shared one in return for some light snitching. Dick just wants to be one of the guys, though, so he ends up in a cell with three men; the guard informs them that their new cellie is a fibrous histiocytoma pathology cop.

While Dick is wallowing, Krypto the Super Dog shows up at Titans Tower (easily the best moment of the episode) and leads Gar to Conner. They evade a Cadmus strike team, but neither are experienced at evading tails the same way fibrous histiocytoma pathology that someone like Dick would be, and the strike team follows the trio home. Soon, Conner is in stasis and Gar is in a containment fibrous histiocytoma pathology collar.

Rachel bonds with her new friend at the shelter, only for her new friend’s clearly abusive father to show up and yank her fibrous histiocytoma pathology out. Rachel gives into her darkness and terrifies the man until fibrous histiocytoma pathology he runs off. Then, and I can’t tell if this was intentional on Rachel’s part or not, she animates a gargoyle that murders the guy while her fibrous histiocytoma pathology and her new friend go off to the house the fibrous histiocytoma pathology friend is squatting in. Throughout all this, Donna and Gar are repeatedly calling Dick for help with fibrous histiocytoma pathology their sideways situations. Evening bird?

I think I get what the writers are going for, but what we get in reality is a lot of fibrous histiocytoma pathology wheel-spinning and very little change. Things get worse for the characters we do spend time fibrous histiocytoma pathology with when they change at all. Again, it was good to see Gar getting some time to fibrous histiocytoma pathology be the center of attention. And I think Titans might be the first show to fibrous histiocytoma pathology give Mercy Graves any kind of life outside of doing fibrous histiocytoma pathology Lex Luthor’s bidding. Those aren’t bad things. But they aren’t enough. I liked Titans season 1, but it too spent a lot of time on the fibrous histiocytoma pathology treadmill. After Dick’s revelation, I expected things to finally come together, but two episodes later (three if we count that third flashback episode), we’re further apart then ever. We’re in the last leg

I’m betting the endgame of the whole season is Dick fibrous histiocytoma pathology finally becoming Nightwing; all the pieces are certainly there, and it seems inevitable. But what I mean is not that that happens, but that all of this wasted time is in service fibrous histiocytoma pathology of that. And that’s a disservice to most of these other characters. I like the characters on this show. The actors give them a lot of life. So why are we only doing anything at all with fibrous histiocytoma pathology Dick and leaving the others to just rot?

Three episodes remain of season 2. That’s about two and a half hours for the show fibrous histiocytoma pathology to stitch this all together in a way that feels fibrous histiocytoma pathology rewarding. I want to have faith that it can handle that fibrous histiocytoma pathology because so far, I’ve enjoyed everything DC Universe has put together. But right now I’m having to admit that I’ve found more of this season questionable than satisfying.

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