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This episode breaks from our usual faux-lisophical introductory narrations from Jughead and opens up with a new narrator reading from scroll of text announcing that we will be witness to three “twisted” tales connected to the Black Hood murders. These…
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.
Sinclair tries to pin Nate for murder while Annalise defends a crazy stalker. This is great time for Laurel and Oliver to shine--if anyone will let them.
Penguin crashes Theo's election party, because it ain't a Gotham party until at least a dozen random bystanders are brutally murdered.
Jane has finally decided who she wants to spend the rest of her life with and raise her baby with and yeah that's not going to last long, right?
True Detective stumbles along with dense dialogue, dense characters, and dense plot. (See, we can use words with two meanings, too. Aren't we smart.) It's recap time for Episode 7, in which one of our main characters doesn't make it out alive.