Ted Saves the World Review
Ted's unfolding powers never seem to phase him, not in the way that Sookie Stackhouse and her troops seem unhinged by the unfolding experience. So it all romps along at a thrashing pace.
Cohen has a great style and some great jokes. There's even a great inter-textual joke about e-publishing and the future of novels. And when Erica, back from being missing presumed dead, arrives back at her wealthy parents' house, her mother's response is so dead-pan it's fabulous.
A while back I was wondering what would happen if the Famous Five grew up. Perhaps this is the answer. They would enter the paranormal world of Ted, Erica, Jess, Jo and Dhiraj. This would make a great series. In fact Scheherazade/Cohen leaves us with the seeds of the next episode and a desire to read more.
I would have liked a little more detail and fleshing out (perhaps that's my age) but none-the-less, this is great fun. As we descend into a planet wracked with climate change, I hope Ted's on our side. But as Edna Mode would say, 'Ted, no capes.'"