"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.
The debut of NBC's new comic-based series was kind of a mess, but it's not without potential.
Also: "Why is your penis on a dead girl's phone?"
Three episodes in, and we're really starting to see the themes of manipulation rear their reasonably present heads.
Even though it's still early in the season, the show has already done plenty of table-setting, so let's place some bets on what's ahead.
The show is just getting its sea legs, and I'm going to try to respect that, but the ship still needs righting.
Annalise Keating is basically Gregory House.
I feel like I was just George-R.R.-Martin’d and there wasn’t even a wedding.
The penultimate episode of the summer was a fairly slow one.
The last two seasons have only spanned a month or so, total, in Rosewood time. How can we explain so many events happening in such a small window?