‘Evil’ 1×11 Review: “Room 320”

Comments (7)
  1. Bev Miller says:

    I hated it. Total confusion, every scene contradicted the other. If they were trying to show David was drugged up, why did they have to make the entire episode just one big acid trip. The tiny sliver of story they did manage to include was basically 3 min of the 60 min. The other 57 min was utter insanity! It made NO SENSE! It was a complete waste of time.

    1. Sim J. says:

      Hey Bev! I agree that they could have added more story that would have moved the plot forward, and the episode was a self contained one. But I didn’t hate it. The episode itself was creative and i feel like there was a lot of subtext that happened during his “mind trip.” Some things from this episode, I have to believe will come back to help us during the rest of the season

  2. DGG says:

    Didn’t get the ending at all. Who was the crazy guy who was playing the evil girl in the VR gear? And couldn’t see what they were looking at in the locker in the end that seemed to shock them. Just something hanging there that I couldn’t make out. Then the imaginary/reality was completely rediculous in this episode. It didn’t fit into the nurse killing people or was it demons or what was and wasn’t real.

    I have liked most of the episodes of Evil so far but this was by far the worst. It didn’t make any sense and the writing was so bad it seemed to have tons of holes in the story. I’m hoping this show doesn’t become like another version of Lost that keeps opening up new mysteries without solving the ones at hand. I don’t mind a theme carried over through a few episodes but I don’t want each episode to be continued to another as they seem to want to do lately. I want an episode to at least solve the stories they create each episode. I don’t want season or show long mysteries that just lead to more mysteries.

    I consider this episode a complete fail and will stop watching this show if it continues creating completely outlandish plots that have no base in reality and aren’t completed within one or two episodes.

    1. Sim J. says:

      heyy! so yeah, it seems like Evil has a “case of the week” for sure, where they wrap up the storyline within 1-2 episodes. Any cases that the church gives them, is usually this. But there also seems to be a story arch happening throughout the season, and I think this week’s episode had more to do with a seasonal story, then the case of the week (which was just Nurse Plague). Nothing is fitting together yet, but I thought the same thing for the first couple of episodes too, and they did well in connecting all the dots- so I have faith!

  3. john barrior says:

    total waste of time ; hated the monotomy of this episode. this sort of boring directionless plot will kill the show.

    1. Sim J. says:

      I think it was a bit of a filler. But I don’t think it was directionless. Enough clues were laid down to call back to in future episodes !

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