But with Enzo, I got to see him from the very beginning. Back on Day 3, I listed Enzo as my least favorite main character, and that is still very, very true. It's probably no surprise, then, that I'm going to say that I greatly prefer Matrix, the adult version of Enzo, over the younger version, but that still doesn't necessarily mean very much.
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I'm not going to lie: I teared up when Dot realized her little brother was gone. She'd lost Bob, and now Enzo, too. By that point, like I said, I'd warmed up to him, and so I was looking forward to seeing where the writers would take him, AndrAIa, and Frisket. And I was honestly surprised where they went.
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Now, the episode "Number 7," which is one giant homage to The Prisoner, does its best to really kick Matrix out of his funk and puts him on his path to truly taking action, as opposed to whining. The rest of the season just keeps getting better and better, even if dumb Matrix shows his macho side a bit too much (when Ray Tracer flirts with AndrAIa, for example), but once I'd finally gotten used to the idea of this version of Enzo, the writers go ahead and bring back Young Enzo because the system crashed. How this actually happens I don't understand, but it does, so we're treated to both.
This is another issue that I have with Season Four: the two Enzos don't bounce off each other or even bring out positive attributes. They just sort of revert to the most annoying aspects of themselves. I know they were kind of trying to recapture the feel from the first two seasons, but once you go gritty, it's nearly impossible to go back. Just ask Miami Vice.
Alrighty, my brain is fried. Tune in tomorrow!! I'm actually excited about tomorrow's challenge.