So some crazy stuff went down in San Francisco in the 9 Lives of Chloe King. People died in unceremoniously random ways, families were revealed, and Chloe learned—again—that you just can’t trust the internet. More
Topic: 9 Lives of Chloe King Recaps
So in this episode of Chloe King, we see more of Alek & Chloe (and it is good), learn more about Brian (spoiler: I don’t like him), and find out that Jasmine just can’t win, can she? All while Chloe becomes one of the best superheroes on TV! More
FINALLY, we are getting to the question of whether or not Chloe should tell her mom about her powers. My answer: DUH YES PLEASE. Superman’s parents knew! Spider-Man’s parents…were dead. And then he inadvertently killed his uncle. And his aunt kind of hated his guts. AND IN THE END WHO WAS MORE WELL ADJUSTED? Actually, they’re both pretty messed up, but Superman has more actual super powers. Those web things Spider-Man has are supposed to be things he built, so I think his situation applies more here.
In this episode of Chloe King, everyone gets to play dress up (meanwhile Amy is like, “What took you guys so long?”) and goes on dates which range from “awkward” to “sweet” to “totally dangerous and stupid.” More
In the new episode of Chloe King, “All Apologies,” we see the development of Chloe’s friendships, more mysteries in the intentions of…everyone, and a potential claim by the show to be a very well-written and alluring superhero series. Considering that several ABC Family shows – cough cough Secret Life – tend to be melodramatic and conservative (in tone, not necessarily politically), perhaps Chloe King could be something of an exception? More
So, in the episode “Green Star,” we learn more about the mythos of the Mai when Chloe meets the San Francisco leader of the Mai, Jasmine’s mother. I saw a couple comments (which was awesome! I love comments!) about how readers of the book series know more about what’s coming. I haven’t read the series—but what I’m judging now is the television show. The reason Chloe King was adapted for TV was because it had a solid fanbase, but also probably because the executives at ABC Family expected the show to have a wider audience appeal. The show has to do well by itself for it to be a good show. More
The 9 Lives of Chloe King shows in its second episode that it’s got a lot going for it, even if it’s got some boring crap attached to it as well. More