There was plenty of drama surrounding the April 22 lockdown in Watertown and the search for the Boston Marathon bombers. The latest episode of Quiet Desperation is a slice of life in Allston on that day, with all the corresponding weirdness and pathos and She-Ra references.
Quiet Desperation celebrates the release of the "Lockdown" episode tonight at the Blanc Gallery in Cambridge with a viewing party. Now in season four, the local series has survived a host of changes in the cast and crew, and ventured on after its run on MyTV ended. The party is free, and they'll be showing episodes from the current season. Quiet D creator and star Rob Potylo will perform a few songs, as will Al Pol and Alec Houtson. Check in with the event page on Facebook.
Here's a look at the new episode: