This week, as the president lay in critical condition, Olivia Pope remembered that time he let her touch the Constitution.
Revenge-suiciding is just so preposterously awful as a murder-mystery concept that this entire episode was a stretch, even if Watson was more involved in the proceedings.
Every so often this show gives us a one-two punch of forward momentum and emotional justice, and that's what we got with "Queen of Hearts."
While the tension of Nolan losing his company and Conrad and Daniel was promising enough, imagine my delight when this turned into a good, old-fashioned takedown episode of ASHLEY!
"The Long Fuse" gave us one of the better puzzles the show has put together so far, if not the best.
So many characters made themselves figurative and literal targets this week!
Look down, OUAT, do you see what you're precariously balanced on? That's right, it's my last nerve.
The seven deadly boring sins, I should say.
This week's spy stuff put me to sleep. Like why are we kidding ourselves, writers, this is a love story, and when one of the romantic leads is offscreen it's kind of agonizingly dull.
An episode with a tiny episode inside it deserves a review with a tiny review inside it.
Storybrooke is a mess, but how fun was this episode?
The fact that they had another platonic lover's quarrel this week didn't sit well with me, but I have to say that otherwise, this episode addressed almost all of my issues with the series.
Altogether this was a fairly intriguing, somewhat surprising episode, even without our favorite Emo President.