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This week on Homeland, Peter's new friends aren't being very nice to him. Dar is angry for a change. Saul and Etai play chess, and Carrie and Allison meet for coffee.
Jane needs to find a baby sitter for Baby Mateo but maybe she should find one for the other people in her life who need managing: Rogelio, who can't control his money; Petra, who has to keep hiding bodies; and Michael, who keeps digging into Sin Rostro when no one asks for that subplot.
UPDATED on Nov. 22, 2015! “Casual fans today might be under the impression the episode resulted in boycotts, death threats, and people marching in the streets, but the contemporary record tells a different story.”
It's the episode we've all been waiting for: who shot Annalise? The flashforwards and flashbacks will make your head spin if the shocking reveal doesn't. Seriously, we flash forward and back a lot here.
“Livewire” (S1 E05) Thanksgiving is the third week of November in National City, apparently, as Supergirl takes on a villain from the DCAU who becomes her lamest foe yet.
Someone said something mean about Supergirl on the radio! There's only one thing that could mean - a fight to the death!
It's a very Gotham wedding, but not really. Jim makes out with Barbara, but not really. Barbara falls to her death, but not really. It's all very interesting, but not really.
Cookie's new plan for a concert in the park is no picnic, and her nice romantic dinner with her son is all kinds of weird.
The Kappa sisters exchange scary stories, but the real horror comes from Hester's plans to sabotage Chanel. Boone convinces people that he is a ghost so he can carry out his unfinished business. We could call the Ghostbusters, but even they couldn't save these people from their own stupidity.
How I Met Your Mother isn't coming back, and How I Met Your Father won't ever exist, but the show runners have come up with something new. Well, sort of new, maybe.
During Once’s second (less important) hour, Storybrooke’s junior varsity team of characters (Merida, Mulan, Red, Arthur and Zelena) compete against one another to see who will be the first to find an ugly hat. Then, someone finds the hat, but decides not to wear it because of “morals and stuff.”
A lot can happen in 28 days: grad school, Baby Mateo growing up, Petra's pregnancy. Let's see what the next set of 28 days will bring. And then the next...
It all gets complicated between Simon and the twins. Miranda takes Charley to work, but it doesn't go as planned. Alex learns a new skill from Booth.
Carrie asks Allison for help. What a coincidence! Allison also wants something from Carrie -- her life. Peter Quinn's storyline continues to operate completely separately, but we're sure it'll connect with everything else sooner or later.
This week on Once’s first episode, assholes were fruitful and multiplied. Specifically, Asshole Zelena had a baby. Asshole Emma learned the hard way that the quickest way to a man’s heart may not necessarily be injecting him with a heaping helping of asshole. Also, King Arthur remains The Worst.
Balls bounce, eyes roll, and birds flip – on this week’s Survivor.
Asher and Laurel are the new Frank and Bonnie, but it's hard to stay on top when the Hapstells keep taking stupid plea deals. Can we kill them next?
“Fight or Flight” (S1 E03) Supergirl reveals to the world that she’s Superman’s cousin (which the world somehow didn’t already know) and becomes the target of an old Superman foe.
Is it sweeps week? This "ripped from the headlines" episode not only skewers the Duggars, but also manages to revive a conspiracy theory we all secretly hope is true. Plus stunt-casting!
Grace is obsessed with connecting her dead mother to the Kappa Killings. Too bad the evidence she digs up is flimsy at best and boring at worst.