Is Not My Color (532)
(out of 5 cones):
finally arrives in Virginia to find a surprised Mitch. She sees similarities
between her relationship with Mitch and Agent Bourland's bond with his
episode's title had me a little nervous as the season went by. An episode
about the color pink made me a little weary of what was going to take place.
As the episode begins, Connie is on Joanne's cell phone talking with Mitch,
a good starter. Mitch hears a knock on his door and Connie is standing
before him. I thought this was an interesting way to start an episode, as
well as a creative way for Connie to introduce herself to Mitch in a
surprising way. It's also good to hear that the relationship between Connie
and Robert is under some major testing. In other episodes, Connie's maturity
level has not been the most, well, let's just say mature.
wasn't surprised with the quality of Pink
Is Not My Color, considering Nathan Hoobler wrote it. I've always found
Nathan's attention to past events on Adventures in Odyssey most
enjoyable. The way in which he throws in the little facts to help you relate
to the series and connect everything better is perfect.
the Bourland family... what an interesting outlook. As the Novacom Saga was
underway, I never expected for us to meet Agent Bourland's family in future
days. I never realized that Peter would become such a well-known character
as he is now. Pink
Is Not My Color takes you into the home of the Bourland family, letting
you see what its problems are, how the family reacts to them, and how you
can react to them as well.
of the family issues, it was nice to meet Michaela. Although her dilemma was
quite similar to the one arising in Black
it was good to see a different spin to it. It's an important issue to bring
up at least once on AIO because it's a problem that happens in real
technical aspects of the episode were very well done, nothing was overdone,
and I liked it very much.
in all, Pink
Is Not My Color was so my color. There was a bit of minor suspense,
connection of past events, and mystery for the future. I give it 4 and 1/2
out of 5 cones.
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