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The Doom Patrol enter the Nobodyverse to save the Chief.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1456 votes.
Jane retreats into The Underground, a treacherous place deep within her own mindspace, where she encounters her many personas and dark traumas of her past.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1563 votes.
The Doom Patrol tries to restore the memories and abilities of Flex Mentallo, while Rita confronts her self-doubt and Larry realizes how tied he is to the Negative Spirit.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1422 votes.
Dorothy finds a friend in Baby Doll, while Vic looks to win Roni back. With Rita’s help, Larry finally tries to break the ice with his family.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 822 votes.
With Vic captured and held at the Ant Farm, his father hatches a plan with the rest of the Doom Patrol to break him out. Naturally, things go awry.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1453 votes.
As Niles and Cliff set out to find a missing Dorothy, Larry is tasked with handling Niles’ old research team when the ageless aeronauts return from space.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 803 votes.
Before the Doom Patrol can answer a call to save the world from The Candlemaker in the season finale, they must first battle long-forgotten imaginary friends.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 742 votes.
While Jane sets out to prove her worth in The Underground, Cliff goes into “dad” mode and Niles devotes a day to Dorothy, who’s finally growing up.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 754 votes.
The Doom Patrol go their separate ways in the season finale.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1441 votes.
While Larry pays a visit to his long-lost love, Cliff and Rita travel to Gator Country to reconnect with his daughter. Vic worries about his operating system.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1481 votes.
Niles, Rita, and Larry end up in the interdimensional clutches of Red Jack, an infamous villain who feeds on pain, while Cliff visits his daughter with Jane.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 881 votes.
After a violent outburst from Cliff, the team engages in some self-led group therapy – leading to some growth within the group as they are knit closer together.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1671 votes.
With the Apocalypse in full swing, the Doom Patrol must work with an unlikely ally – and a very special pug – to stop the end of the world.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1851 votes.
Jane, Larry and Rita visit a school where the original Doom Patrol has retired. Meanwhile, Cliff & Vic bond over their mutual “father issues.”
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1723 votes.
A sentient, gender-queer, teleporting street named Danny who’s being hunted by the secret Bureau of Normalcy needs help from Niles – but gets Vic and Larry instead.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1614 votes.
Cliff, Jane, and Rita pursue a time-altering doctor in their reluctant quest to help Niles and Dorothy. Meanwhile, Vic meets a military vet who challenges his beliefs.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 917 votes.
The Doom Patrol set out for Paraguay where they discover the Nazi doctor who created Mr. Nobody and the connection between The Chief and the two villains.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1886 votes.
Following Mr. Nobody’s capture of The Chief, the Doom Patrol investigate the mysterious albino donkey and discover it’s a door to another universe, where Mr. Nobody is in control.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 2018 votes.
Willoughby Kipling conscripts the Doom Patrol into helping him avert the end of the world by stopping a nihilistic cult.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 2003 votes.
Vic and Rita face a dangerous man called The Beard Hunter, who’s been activated by the Bureau of Normalcy to find Niles Caulder.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Doom Patrol from 1544 votes.
Last updated: apr 18, 2021
Brendan Fraser starring in a super ~~hero~~ zero show worth watching. I know you think i'm trolling, but i'm not.
With only 2 episodes this show has made more for the characters and story than Titans in 1 season and probably the next 2. Finally a good DC "show".
First episode was good. I did have an issue with a couple scenes having bad CGI, but nothing major (I still like to call it out when I see it). Although I enjoyed the history lesson on the characters, It should've been a 2 hour premiere instead an hour, you know, just to give people some more action scenes. I can't comment on the entire season because it hasn't aired yet, but when I do, I'll update this post.
Wait. A super hero show with hilarious unique writing, interesting characters, no forced romances AND LGBTQ+ rep that acknowledges the existence of nonbinary identities without making them into a joke? That exists now??? No spoilers but if you want to watch a badass black drag queen beat up a raging homophobe in a story of "fuck the system and don't let anyone tell you who you are", this show is for you.
Doom Patrol is a surprisingly good show that you should watch. It has things in it that you would never expect. You would think it's just another super hero show but there is so much more to it then that.
This show is wayyyy underrated! It’s crazy, funny, goofy, hilarious, fun entertainment. Not at all what I was expecting and that’s what makes it so great. Definitely a must watch!!
DCU is on a roll. This is an enjoyable show thus far. Much better than the Marvel crap on Netflix & Hulu. I wish DCU movies are good as the show like this. Anyway, I would recommend watching this show if you are into DCU, good actors, bizarre, good sound track, funny lines, etc.
Really impressed by some of the casting in this show: Brendan Fraser, Timothy Dalton, Alan Tudyk. It commits a lot of time to explaining how useless and worthless the characters are as they bumble their way through the plot. Overall, the show has a vindictive, bleak and juvenile tone to it, while also being somewhat restrained, full of edgy jokes that feel like they've emerged from the pen of a teenager who's afraid to be too edgy lest they offend their mother. For example, there is "Crazy Jane" whose superpower revolves around her multiple personality disorder who gets to provide the wish fulfilment of doing something like, violently stapling a poster to someone's head, but doesn't have to deal with the moral complexity of that action because it was just her "bitch personality" doing it. In fact, 3 out of the 4 heroes in the original group (all but the protagonist) have superpowers that practically have personalities of their own, therefore justifying a wide range of out-of-character actions on the basis that "their superpower did the bad thing". The bad thing is played for a bit of drama or a joke and then we move on and forget about it because the thing they did wasn't on purpose. On the matter of vindictiveness, it's a little worrying that the mental illnesses experienced by many of the characters are just framed as character-defining quirks belonging to "losers" and not as, like, genuine mental illnesses in need of professional treatment. In the end, my experience is that the show is watchable but kind of boring and shallow.
It's a good show. I think that, as a whole, this show is essentially unlike any other show, in a good way. Pretty much everything that happens is so odd and weird but it works. Maybe the source material, too, when it was released, was the same way in that it's unlike any other comic or whatever, and perhaps that's still the case. Everything that happens is compelling, even though you'd think it wouldn't be, because of the nature of it all. Well, as I said, it works. No matter how outrageously weird and odd it is, it works, and also manages to keep getting more outrageously weird and odd. And I imagine there's still so much more that hasn't been explored yet from the source material. Let that sink in. For me, I don't necessarily like it as much as other people do, and not because I find the things that happen throughout the show disgusting or repulsive, or whatever. I just think I have a much different outlook than a lot of people, in general, or something along those lines. I don't recall ever getting emotional or anything like that with anything that I've watched, not just shows or movies. Anything. I've never been as expressive toward anything as I've seen people be, etc. It's like I'm so desensitized in an overall sense, I react differently to what I watch than a normal person would. I don't feel much, and when I do, which isn't often, it's mostly just feeling uncomfortable and almost physically recoiling when watching or seeing something that makes me look away or minimize my browser and turn down the volume to zero. And that's always something like a person going on stage or something like that, in that sense, where the reactions of other people trigger me to do that. That being said, and I apologize for going off-course with that, I enjoy watching this show. But it isn't that memorable to me. But I recommend it to anyone who reads this that hasn't watched the show to give it a shot. If you're not as desensitized as I am, which is highly likely, you'll either like it very much or dislike it very much. Or maybe you'll dislike it from a reaction standpoint but will continue watching it and may even like it when it comes down to it.
Good show. All characters are interesting and acted well but I have NO INTEREST in Larry. Honestly the show would be better without him at this point
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
After a hot day outside, there’s nothing better than getting inside and cooling down, all while watching something on the tv. Luckily for all of us, there is plenty to chose from and more and more series are coming our way. So turn on your AC, get yourself a cold glass of your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
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