Season 2 Episode 1: AKA Start at the Beginning
Aired: March 8, 2018
Synopsis: While Jessica deals with a rival PI and a paranoid would-be client, Trish digs up a medical file that could unlock the mystery of Jessica's powers.
Directed by: Anna Foerster
Written by: Melissa Rosenberg (created by)
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We all have been waiting a little while for season 2 of this show!
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Overall, I am enjoying season two (only four episodes in), but the thing that keeps striking me is how much more I think the visuals would match the tone is if more of it took place at night.
So much of it just seems like stuff that would be smarter to do at night Spoilers I also think it would just be a bit more moody, and less drab I guess. Only a small critique, but I keep thinking it.
So, I've noticed that JJ is kinda in it's own little bubble and it has almost no overlap with the other shows other than Hogarth making the occasional cameo here and there. I was wondering if it would be a good idea to pair JJ up with DD in terms of overlap, similar to how IF overlaps with LC.
I think it would be great to juxtapose Matt and Jessica, since both of their lives are continuously trainwrecked by their completely opposite desires. Jessica tries to avoid being a hero and just wants to live in peace, whereas Matt can't pull himself away from the thrill of being the Devil of Hell's Kitchen. I think they could learn something from each other. Also, they really had a good dynamic in the Defenders, so that's a plus. What do you guys think?
I know considering her character it wouldn't fit for her to be there, but it's pretty lame that she isn't even talked about in the most recent two seasons of Netflix shows. I'd love to see more of her character in the world.
For instance, in Iron Fist (MINOR IF S2 SPOILERS) Mary says she "borrowed" the camera she has from a friend, it'd be neat to have her tie in be that she fought JJ (or similar) and stole the camera from her and thus how she ended up with it. It's not far fetched, considering Walker's fighting skills most likely outclass JJ's pure muscle. Or maybe something less impactful like when Ward is in the sketchy bar getting drunk, it'd been cool to see JJ in the background or bump into him as he's leaving or laugh while he's getting his ass kicked, as the setting seemed appropriate to where she'd be.
Either way something small like that to make the world between LC/IF/DD feel more connected to JJ.
Do you guys think that after his "death" it will really be the end of him. I have a few theory's on how he could still be alive and well.
1, In the comics he had an incredible regenerate ability, And he might have had some sort of regenerative ability he was thrown around a lot by Jessica in the series and he survived a buss crash.
2, Even if he was dead Netflix/Marvel has also revealed a way to revive Killgraves/Purple Man "The Substance' that comes from the dragon bones and because of his powers, wouldn't the hand want someone like him too be under their control and it could lead too it back firing on them which would be an interesting route for them too go down.
It's just a thought I had I was wondering what you guys thought about Killgraves "Dieing" this early into the Jessica Jones story.
In “99 Friends” Jessica said, “so go after the big green guy or the flag-waver. I wasn’t even there.” If Jessica lives in New York, and the battle of New York in The Avengers took place there, where was she when that happens?
Am I the only one who likes Trish? Sure the inhaler messed her up, but she’s a good person at heart who wants to help people. Some of the stuff she did was hard to watch and she shouldn’t have killed Jessica’s mom but I do think she means well most of the time and other times she’s just not thinking straight. I’m really excited for her to really develop into a good person again in season 3 and for everyone to like her again. Cause too many people are forgetting how great she was in season 1 before the inhaler.
I only recently started the show and have just finished S2: E10 and I’m not sure if it’s a popular opinion amongst viewers but I just cannot stand her.
Im assuming she’s going to get some sort of powers in the future since the show is forcing it on us but I just find her scenes so awkward and painful to watch since nothing she does seems to be logical and I’ve even started skipping some scenes because of it.
She’s honestly kind of ruining the show for me.. assuming she goes ‘against’ Jess in the future I guess then it makes sense but if not I just don’t understand her, nothing she does makes sense.
(This is my 3rd time trying to post this, so I’m keeping short in case it fails)
I have been thinking about Kilgrave's power recently and something has been bugging me. Kilgrave, as you know, forces people to do what he says. Thus, if he says, "Kill that person over there!," I would feel compelled to murder said person. However, what if Kilgrave, just for kicks, told me to do something that was not physically possible? If he said to me, "Draw a square circle" or "Eat the planet Jupiter," what would I do? Would I wander around aimlessly, or would I try to fulfill the command?
For anyone who has watched the brilliant don't trust the bitch in apt 23, how do you think Chloe and Jessica would relate? Would Jessica just punch Chloe after Chloe scams her or would Chloe even dare mess with her in the first place?
I think they would have a healthy respect and fear of the other and call the other when they need something.