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Clint and Kate’s partnership is tested as they face the consequences of exposing the conspiracy.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 2312 votes.
After a fallout between Clint and Kate, the younger archer is ready to abandon her dream of becoming a hero. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Clint prepares to go face-to-face with the Tracksuit mafia, owning up to past actions. Everything changes, however, when Kate makes a surprising discovery.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 2327 votes.
Secrets are revealed and hard truths emerge, culminating in a battle against two opposing forces.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 2376 votes.
After narrowly escaping the Tracksuits and their daunting leader Maya Lopez, Clint and Kate work together to find answers. With each step they take, however, they find themselves sliding deeper into a rapidly growing criminal conspiracy.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 2499 votes.
Clint has to help Kate disentangle herself from the Tracksuit mafia and a real-life murder mystery.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 2599 votes.
Archer Kate Bishop lands in the middle of a criminal conspiracy, forcing Hawkeye out of retirement.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 2825 votes.
Last updated: sep 20, 2022
we love to see another queen join the MCU.
Even with the soapy melodrama, occasional bad acting and a considerably lower budget (probably 2% of the budget of this show per episode): _Arrow_ managed to create better characters and more visceral, memorable and coherent action scenes in its first 2 seasons compared to this show. I’ll even go as far to say that it looks better, despite using incredibly basic set ups and filmmaking techniques. Getting Hailee Steinfeld was a great choice, but her character isn’t leaving a very strong or likable impression. In comparison, Joss Whedon managed to make you care about Clint’s character within 15 minutes of screentime. Well, enough to make you care as a side character. Moreover, this feels like a studio giving their impression of a Marvel Netflix show, like _Daredevil_ or _Jessica Jones_, but it doesn’t understand what makes those shows good. It’s so tame and uninspired. It seems to aim for 80’s cheese at points, but even those old action movies had some bite to them (despite how silly they could get). The comedy is mostly flat out lame and cringy, with the role playing scene probably being the lowest low of the entire MCU so far. The recent Marvel projects have had such a weird shift in terms of comedy. They used to be great at making mass product films that were at least a little bit clever and subversive. It’s no surprise that a lot of people who worked on _Community_ also work behind the scenes at Marvel. It’s like they fired those writers after phase 3 ended, and hired the _Friends_ team instead. Their quality control is spreading very thin.
Decent start so far. The ground work was made for what could be something really great. I love that they’re addressing the wear in tear being a hero can have on just a regular guy like Clint. I’m also a sucker for seeing big events through the lens of pedestrians. Introducing Echo in red lighting can’t be a coincidence can it???
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