'No Ordinary Family' and 'V' Feb. 22 Previews


'No Ordinary Family' and 'V' Feb. 22 Previews
In the former, a new villain is born when a lethal virus is injected into a disabled man, while in the latter, Lisa fights back when her mother Anna slaps her.


On February 22, "No Ordinary Family" will welcome a new villain in the form of Anthony Michael Hall. Daphne's boyfriend, Chris, steals the trilsettum serum from the Powell house and injects his wheelchair-bound father, Roy (Hall), with disastrous results.

Meanwhile, Jim's feelings of guilt are overwhelming when, during a fight with a thug, he diverts a bullet that accidentally hits a boy - causing life-threatening harm. Meanwhile, Joshua proposes to Katie; and JJ's teacher takes unscrupulous steps to get him to join the school's academic decathlon team.

"No Ordinary Proposal" is followed by a new episode of "V" called "Birth Pangs". Erica, seeking revenge against Anna, heads to Tokyo to carry out a mission to strike a lethal blow against Anna. Meanwhile, Anna learns that Tyler's phosphorous level is too low - even after the Red Rain, and he might become useless to her; and Lisa and Diana bond.





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