Critic Consensus: Guided by the bombastic introduction of the eccentric trillionaire Lady Trieu, "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own" makes for a truly bizarre, highly captivating experience.
as Det. Angela Abar/Sister Night
as Adrian Veidt
as Judd Crawford
as Det. Looking Glass
as Will Reeves
as Cal Abar
as Pirate Jenny
as Red Scare
as Mr. Phillips
as Jane Crawford
as Lady Trieu
as Ms. Crookshanks
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Critic reviews for If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own
Coded language, deceptive truths, and a general aura of mystery dominate the fourth episode of HBO's Watchmen, an altogether perfect thematic drive for a story framed around a false-fronting billionaire.
We see fairly early on in episode four that she's [Lady Trieu] connected to these events and somehow they are connected to Angela's newly discovered grandfather as well.
Watchmen is shaping up to be possibly the finest show of 2019. It has hit a little under the halfway point, the pins are being set up and knocked down at the bat of an eye, and it just keeps getting more and more clever every week.
As great as the world-building is, and as much as I love watching all these great actors chew scenery at each other, I'd really like to get back to thematic storytelling.
Now that Sister Night, Laurie Blake, and the rest of the Tulsa PD are all firmly within one another's orbit and testing one another, things are starting to get weirder and more intense in the best of ways.
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