Air Date: April 10, 2015
Everything comes out as Daredevil uses all his resources to defeat this Kingpin of Crime.
This was an amazing episode. It had action, dramatic-tension, a crazy boss battle, or whatever, and just all around great acting from everyone. Especially Wilson Fisk, who has done such a great job this season that I feel they should cast Vincent D’Onofrio as him in an upcoming Marvel movie or something because he is just too captivating in this role, he breaths totally new life into it from what we’ve seen before. This isn’t just a villain, this is a human being who does bad things for what he believes are the right reasons. He’s like Thanos, just on a much smaller scale.
The action and choreography is absolutely amazing in this one and beyond anything I think I’ve ever seen in a television program. It goes above and beyond the standards this show has already set up. The hallway fight in an early episode was great, but this is just so much better.
And it’s nice to finally see Daredevil in his suit and actually called Daredevil. Though, truthfully, the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen was growing on me.
+10: This is one of the best seasons of anything I’ve ever seen in my life, even though it had a few sub-par episodes, what’s great about this season shines out above that and makes the whole thing better