‘Roswell, New Mexico’: Once Again, Kyle is in Peril

I’m obsessed with this season of Roswell, New Mexico. I’m on edge but loving every minute.

Kyle (Michael Trevino) is missing, and Maria (Heather Hemmens) is in a coma, and it looks like we have Jones to thank for the latter.

Liz was desperately trying to work with Max, that she didn’t see he was really Jones. (The CW)

I wasn’t too suspicious of Max (Nathan Parsons) right from the get-go because things have been weird between Max and Liz (Jeanine Mason). Understandably so. The fight seemed pretty typical for them. But when the sheriff was suspicious, I was starting to wonder. Max is a good liar. He’s been doing it his entire life on Earth. And then when we found out, Max lied about Maria. So that’s when we knew for sure.

I loved that Liz found out the same time Rosa (Amber Midthunder) and Isobel (Lily Cowles) found out that Max wasn’t Max. Liz was putting the pieces together as we saw what really happened that night.

There was so much to love from this episode. Finally, Alex (Tyler Blackburn) was back! Oh, how I have missed him. We got a little bit of him with Michael (Michael Vlamis), not enough, and a little of him with Liz. That was one of my favorite interactions for him on “Bittersweet Symphony.” They were both desperately trying to find Kyle. Alex told Liz she was putting too much pressure on herself, but really, they all were.

Alex was finally back! (The CW)

Kyle may not have been there, but he was there in spirit. Alex was saying the advice Kyle would have given them because they always go to him for advice. He’s running around like crazy trying to help everyone. I’m glad that they are all doing the same for him. And they don’t need his advice. They already know what he would say: “Nothing has stopped you before, and nothing will stop you now.” That is seriously my new mantra.

This week, the most intense scene with Alex was when he went up against his boss, who is apparently Kyle’s uncle! I’m with Alex on this one. What else is he lying about? He has the twin radio to Kyle’s father. Kyle’s family is deeper into this than I could ever imagine. I love this, except for the fact that Kyle is missing. The question is, “where’s Kyle?” because that seems like the right question, especially if he was dying!

These writers really have me stressed out about Kyle. That’s three weeks in a row, and now we are worried about Alex too!

Rosa and Isobel worked together to find out what happened to Maria. (The CW)

Alex is not the only one working tirelessly to find Kyle. Michael was spinning out of control, wanting to be able to figure it out. And then Sanders (Nicholas Ballas) was able to help him focus, and he found where the signal was going to, presumably right where Alex is.

Can Michael come in and save him? Yes, I realize he said he couldn’t get in, but come on, he has powers. He can find a way, which would give us an amazing Malex scene. Just saying, writers.

Isobel and Rosa were on the case too. I love that Rosa’s powers have grown, and she’s using them to help the group. This is exactly what I want for her. And for Isobel to help her use them. In just one day, she could control them, unlock the clue Maria sent to her, and find out the truth. That is pretty impressive. And Isobel is such an amazing teacher. More of this, please! The more powerful aliens, half aliens and humans with alien powers we can get, the better because it’s unclear if this Deep Sky is good or not.

I’m not sure how I feel about Jones either. He seems like he may be trying to find Kyle. But why does he have to be so manipulative about it? It is quite fun, but I’m in knots worried about my people, which is probably why I’m so in love with this season. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is one of my favorite Harry Potter books, and it made me so mad! I love when art makes me feel, even if it’s rage.

Do you think Kyle is okay? And why do you think his Uncle kidnaped him? Tweet me @PrimetimeDrama or @MandyTTCarr or comment below.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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