1. No, another meaningless cold open. They have list of controllers, locations, morphing, aliens, Chee, space toilet; it's a waste of effort to spend time chasing down this kind of thing anymore.
2. This is a mix of funny and offensive to me. Even if they aren't equipped with surround-sound, all these people seem aware enough of science and technology that when someone says it's not magic, it's science, well they should accept that. The jungle rats comments from MM3 come back to me in these scenes. It feels like they are forced to this, I don't know, idealistic type of believe where the spirit of world is fighting against evil. It's funny, but that it happens so often is kinda looking down on anyone beyond the suburbs.
3. Sexism. Maybe I'm reaching, maybe I'm baiting, this seems like old fashion men of virtue, fickle women. I know it's not an big deal, but it's something to consider that it's the boys who aren't tempted. Easier for Tobias, being hawk few girls will give him the time. Cassie and Yami was that cute "I have a boyfriend back home, but you can be my summer fling" deal, and though I wasn't really moved by it, I took a savage delight in seeing Cassie feel guilty, and never really do something to absolve her from it.
4. As next, this didn't really need to be a Cassie book-except for the surgery part. Nothing about this book was monumental, but she wound up there in the first place by her own fault. I consider this a break book, nothing to advance the story, and thankfully, no more complicated methods to make Cassie into Supergirl.
5. I picture most of them booking home straight away. Jake might have hung out a while to assess, but once they were given a bearing, I think they'd just fly off. That's what I'd have done anyway. Birds aren't heat prove, but, lingering wouldn't appease me.
6. I learned kangaroos can be tall, which is a surprise considering all the ones at the zoo. And the drowning thing (that is *** up. Brutal.) Maybe it's the ears, maybe it's the feet, but this comes across as a giant rabbit to me. Wary, but able to challenge many of it's would be attackers, and I like that. I've seen them box, and while I wouldn't want that fight, their technique seems on the fly. All in all I can see that being a decent life if left well enough alone. Wouldn't pass on the opportunity, but nothing I'd sell my soul for.