Not a bad season, but I find the whole premise very silly. He's the creator of the universe, but he's just a dad like anyone else and his Celestial family has totally ordinary squabbles. And Chloe and Dan are hearing all this stuff about their friends literally becoming God and are just treating it like a work promotion. I guess that's part of the joke of the show, how mundane it is, but honestly I'm a little surprised we don't hear more screaming from the religious right about how blasphemous and sinful the show is (and I'm sure the part they'd be most furious about is that God is black). I have mixed feelings about Ella not knowing. On the one hand, it gets really sucky when you get to the point where everyone in the ensemble cast is in on the main character's secret except for that one last person that they all keep lying to. (See: Lena on Supergirl.) And I'd been hoping to see Ella get the chance to meet God and have a real heart-to-heart with him. But on the other hand, Ella is very much defined by her faith, by not needing proof because she has belief. And she did have a pretty sweet heart-to-heart with him (or I guess I should say Him) after all. As for the musical episode, I found it quite mediocre and clumsy as musical episodes go. Since the human characters were unaware of the singing, most of the songs felt tacked on and disconnected from the story, just stopping the narrative to comment on it rather than actually advancing it themselves, which is the weakest way to do a musical. And the whole premise felt contrived to give the cast an excuse to sing, which of course is always true of these things, but somehow especially so in this case. Nice use of location in the finale, with the Olympic stadium. That's a great-looking place. The War for Heaven was a bit understated as those things go, but it was on a TV budget. Although I can't get over how puny that "sword" of Azrael is. That's not a flaming sword, it's barely more than a flaming steak knife.