Spencer (Tasha Smith), she and Jason have sex two to three times a day but it’s still not enough.Her insatiable craving for something more leads to a torrid affair with passionate Latin artist Quinton Canosa (William Levy), who entices her with his provocative paintings and slightly disturbing abandonment issues (his mother deserted him at a young age with no explanation, causing his father to commit suicide).How could I, of all people, not have seen I played basketball.And, because I played basketball, I just couldn’t buy Omar Epps as this superstar basketball player.
Court of Owls: The mysterious organization that kidnapped Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) earlier this season made a play for Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) in this week's episode, finding him at the Gotham Founder's Dinner and warning him that they'd be in touch in the future.
When the intimacy of her relationship with Quinton becomes too much to handle (he tells her he loves her and asks her to leave Jason), Zoe heads for a local Atlanta club and picks up Corey (Tyson Beckford), a wild womanizer more than willing to fulfill at least some of her carnal desires with zero emotional attachment.
Meanwhile, Zoe’s perfect life starts to crumble she’s MIA for her son’s soccer games as well as important business meetings arranged by her BFF and colleague, Brina (Emayatzy Corinealdi, criminally underused). Spencer urges Zoe to dig deeper into long-repressed secrets from her past, symbolized by a permanent scar on her wrist.
It's a top secret organization and the building is apparently (and conveniently) powered by a nuclear reactor, for crying out loud!
You'd think someone somewhere would have designed a security system that involves more than what I can only imagine is a simple sign-in sheet presided over by Mike, the night security guard with a soft spot for pastries. The arrival of two White Martians hunting M'gann set up an intense hour -- well, as intense as an hour can be when you know Supergirl and Co.