It’s the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward, and what better way to celebrate than by recapping an episode where it really shows its age?
Carson and Mrs Hughes disagree about a wedding venue. Mary shows off her pigs. Thomas would like to help Andy wind the clocks. Marigold returns to Yew Tree Farm. Anna goes to London to put her feet up, in stirrups, because she’s going to a lady parts’ doctor and that’s somebody’s idea of hysterical.
Because someone had to check up on everybody’s favorite singing swashbuckler with a sultry six pack, while the rest of the world was watching the Golden Globes!
“Blood Bonds” (S1 E09) The reset button gets pushed on Cat figuring out Supergirl’s secret identity, Non and Astra’s evil plot goes nowhere, and there’s an abnormal amount of people getting tied to chairs and beaten up.
Alex takes charge of the DEO! For almost 10 seconds! Henshaw gets captured! For almost 20 seconds! And Cat figures out Supergirl’s secret identity! For almost 30 seconds! Yeah, pretty much everything that happens is undone by the end of the episode.
It’s the final season of Downton Abbey. Mary’s sordid past comes back to haunt her, which only makes her meaner to Poor Edith, the ugly one. Mrs. Hughes still hasn’t set a wedding date. Is she having second thoughts? And will Anna and Bates ever know a moment of happiness?
Because sometimes random television shows with abysmal ratings get renewed, and we aren’t exactly sure why . . . BTW, did you know unicorns have a thing for virgins?
John Watson has a mustache and so does Molly Hooper. Find out what’s different and what’s the same in this 19th century set very special episode.
In today’s good news, Cosby’s about to be arrested for rape. So thank you Hannibel Buress! Also read how this makes us better than Britain.
Everyone can’t stop talking about Steve Harvey’s mistake at the 2015 Miss Universe pageant, which is a shame because everyone has forgotten the wacky and downright weird costumes worn during the competition. Let us celebrate the real winners!
Kirk and Spock join the alien version of the A-Team as they search for the soul of an ancient messiah figure, and we promise reading this recap will not put you on any kind of government watch list.
It’s season finale time and Carrie finally sees the light, and it is literally a train coming at her in a tunnel, but then she sees another light and another and another. Saul makes a new friend. Allison has a bumpy ride. Dar fills Carrie in on Peter’s lost years.
“Hostile Takeover” (S1 E08) Supergirl’s evil Aunt Astra is back, and she’s brought along a much more verbose version of Non. But the true villain is whoever decided we needed another lighthearted Cat Grant-centric plot.
Evil Aunt Astra is back! But maybe she’s not so evil after all. Meanwhile, Cat and Kara take all the mystery out of their relationship.
It’s Christmas in Telenovelaland and the season is filled with drama instead of holiday cheer. Jane fights with Rafael over Christmas custody, Luisa tries to find her mother, and Petra tries to handle the guilt over killing a man.
Even though it hasn’t been officially renewed yet, everyone is talking about what Season 2 holds for “Scream Queens”. We at HTNP got the scoop!
Alex has four hours left before she’s sent away to prison forever unless she personally stops the second bomb. Simon has his hand on the bomb’s trigger, but does that make him guilty? Also a locker room scene with lovely ladies! Stay tuned.
In the season penultimate, the countdown has begun. Peter Quinn may have to make one more sacrifice. Allison is dumped by the Kremlin, but if she wants her alimony, she’s got one more mission. Saul interrogates Marwan and it feels like deja vu all over again.
“Human for a Day” (S1 E07). Supergirl loses her powers, but—surprise!—she’s still a hero without them. Meanwhile, the job of fighting this week’s obscure DC villain falls to Alex and Hank Henshaw, who finally reveals his true identity.
Supergirl is powerless to stop an escaped mind-controlling alien super-criminal, which is fine because no one ever tells her about the escaped mind-controlling alien super-criminal anyway. But, hey, she’s got a random, reluctant mugger to deal with, so that’s something, right?