"Out, Damned Spot!" was a relatively entertaining episode if not a necessarily plot-thickening one.
The new-character parade continues.
The finale wasn't perfect, but I'm still really gonna miss this show.
So, are you just dying to see what's in the barrel?
So there's a skin-heavy spider monster made of baby parts barreling down on you and you've just been intentionally shot by a nun; what do you do?
It's been a few months since Mona was murdered/martyred, and everything is falling apart for the Liars.
Tomorrow's just your future yesterday.
Slowly but surely, Constantine is rewarding its viewers for sticking with the show.
The Liars' first-ever Christmas episode was all about setting the table for a Season 5B feast, which should be a veritable smorgasbord.
"Rage of Caliban" clearly wanted to focus on John's childhood and the fallout from Newcastle, instead of concentrating on the Rising Darkness.
While I think last week's "A Feast of Friends" was a stronger episode, "Danse Vaudou" continued to indicate that Constantine is slowly rolling down the right track.
"A Feast of Friends" took the show into darkness, and although it's ascending, it's still not perfect.
There's nothing like a gypsy curse to really get things started.