That’s the palette cleanser I needed after watching The Eternals. This may be as pure Gunn as it gets, sort of a white trash Wes Anderson, as these visuals are about as meticulously tailored as can be to so perfectly capture a certain aesthetic rarely seen on TV. I wasn't sure hearing about this after The Suicide Squad but these characters feel like they've been played for years. Cena really nails this character and embodies it. Robert Patrick as his white supremacist father seems scarily well cast. There's an undercurrent of mental health issues and dysfunction that is more affecting than some other well-meaning shows that hang a hat on it. Not too much to talk about in actual plotwise yet, the team is trying to stop "butterflies" which are inhabiting people and inhabiting them in some weird body snatcher stuff but we only get to the meat of it in the last of the three initial episodes. We (and Peacemaker) are in the dark and learning what's really going on as the series moves on. I guess it's mostly setup with one brutal fight with what turns out to be more than a one night stand as a set piece and an extended escape sequence. The rest is the details and character moments along the way that make it sing. I guess it depends on your tolerance for trash and snark but I think this really works as a character piece and fun ride. Be ready for graphic violence, language and nudity.