Kidnapping rarely turns out to be as romantic as you think it will. Also, as Jane prepares for her baby’s baptism, she faces a difficult decision about whether or not to enter grad school.
The mastermind behind this season’s evil undertakings is revealed! Oh, and Peter doesn’t actually kill Carrie, but you already guessed that.
This week on Survivor: There’s bird in the hand, a snake in the grass, and a rat in a cooking pot, but people are flipping out over nothing.
“If you held a gun to my head and forced me to pick the Bond movie that rises to the top, I would have to say it’s From Russia with Love.”
Captain Cold gets kidnapped! This looks like a job for… anyone but Team Flash, because seriously, screw that guy.
This week, Merlin is bringing sexy back, Regina can cry me a river, Henry just wants to rock your body, and Emma tries to take back the night.
“Are there people who were convinced up until this moment that bees are questioning, doubtful liars?”
Asher is going to testify against Annalise! No he isn’t! Yes he is! No he isn’t! Yes he is! Oh, and racist aunt is racist but how much does that really matter anyway?
Det. Gordon, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin, faces off with a new villain called Firefly, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin.
If you think they know how to throw an office party on Mad Men, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Fear the Walking Dead sucked. But Better Call Saul is kicking ass, and Gotham is somewhere in between. So today’s conversation starter is: Which TV character do you think should be next to get a prequel series of their own?
It’s election day in the Kappa sorority house so let’s celebrate with Seven Minutes in Heaven, Spin the Bottle, and good ol’ fashioned Truth or Dare.
Wow, the action is nonstop so far this season on The Walking Dead! This week, the big bad Wolves are gonna huff and puff and blow the entire city of Alexandria away…or maybe Carol’s gonna kill them all first.
“Well, this is it. This is the final episode of Minority Report… that I’ll be recapping until I move on to another show.”
“Will make anyone who loves to watch demi-gods jumping onto the backs of large computer-generated beasts giddy.”
It’s Vega’s birthday, and Dash gets a vision of her murder… except he doesn’t, and nothing in the vision could have happened if he didn’t have the vision in the first place, and why’d she put the watch in her own murder museum in the first place, and none of this crap make sense, but enjoy it anyway.
Tonight on “The Bachelorette,” I mean, “Jane the Virgin”: Jane must decide between the two men she loves, one of whom has kinda just knocked up someone else.
In this week’s Quantico recap, Shelby and Alex can’t stop pulling each other’s pigtails in the past and future. Simon is working both sides, frowny face emoticon. And the FBI is full of idiots.
When you’re having trouble coming up with a monster of the week, why not just smush together two from last season? Toss in an evil dagger, some mumbo-jumbo about Jack the Ripper, and stir.
“So many villains since Blofeld have copied his iconography that he’s somehow become overshadowed by his own legacy.”