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The Doom Patrol team faces off against the Bureau of Normalcy again this week to save Cyborg.

We don’t know if we need to formally send in an audition tape to join the Doom Patrol, but we’re petitioning to join the team. Meta-human abilities aren’t our strong suits, but we can at least act as a distraction for the Bureau of Normalcy while the team finds and saves Cyborg. Is it a perfect plan? No. But no Doom Patrol plan is perfect. We just want to help the team rescue Victor, seeing as that’s the primary objective this week’s episode of Doom Patrol.

In Niles Caulders’ extended absence (due to being a hostage himself), Vic acts as an unofficial leader for most of his missions. After all, the team does split up a lot. It’s mostly accidentally. Regardless, he can’t delegate all the missions when the team is spread out across the country, and sometimes between different countries entirely. He’s held team meetings. Plus, he’s even spearheaded the main pursuit to find the Chief. Point is, Vic needs help.

Considering Vic’s stress with Grid and his expanding cybernetic material, we just want to see him safe and back at Doom Manor. He has enough pressure right now, after all.

Continuing from last week’s cliffhanger, the Warner Bros. Television synopsis for “Cyborg Patrol” cues us in to expect the unexpected:

"With Vic captured by the Bureau of Normalcy and being held at the Ant Farm, his father, Silas Stone (guest star PHIL MORRIS) hatches a plan to break him out with the rest of the Doom Patrol. As you can imagine, not everything goes according to plan."

The weirdly dysfunctional family of superheroes has never been too adept at executing plans according to…well, the plan. Knowing that the team’s plan will go awry doesn’t help us with any specific theories. Anything is possible on Doom Patrol, but at least we’ll see another canonically strange team-up between the team and Silas Stone amid their rescue mission. After all, the Bureau of Normalcy did team-up with a less than normal version of a bloodhound (or perhaps a beardhound), the team collabs with the Chief’s kidnapper, and Mr. Nobody teamed up with a field mouse.

It’s a strange tradition in the unfolding Doom Patrol television universe, but we’re glad it exists. As for Cyborg this episode, we can expect some conflict when the team does find me. He doesn’t get along with his dad for obvious reasons, and we don’t expect the Bureau’s nonsense to change that. More immediately, we’ll have to attempt to prepare for the unexpected.

At this point, it would be unexpected if the Doom Patrol team didn’t get captured during the recon and rescue mission.

For now, we’ll just have to wait until another Doom Patrol cliffhanger. Hopefully, it’ll happen on a Robotman-specific episode so we can rack in those sweet Cliff Steele puns. We’re not ashamed for our badly timed and ill promised puns, and neither should you.

Here’s how you can watch the next episode of DC Universe’s Doom Patrol online:

"Date: Friday, May 3Release Time: 9 a.m. ETEpisode: “Cyborg Patrol”Streaming Platform: DC UniverseLive Stream: To watch this week’s episode of Doom Patrol, subscribe to DC Universe."

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Currently, the DC Universe Doom Patrol series is only available to U.S. subscribers, with new episodes airing every Friday. Come back to Culturess after you watch each episode for reviews and more!