Last week, we had to suffer some sleepily slopped-together nonsense about lice and Val being one-dimensional and suggestive. "Suit Warehouse" was the treat for our torture.
This episode had a one-track mind and it had to do with control. Every character was in a situation they had an opportunity to tilt.
The basic conclusion you could draw from "Mona-Mania" is this: While the boys are cowering in fear of their young lives being ruined, the girls are getting brassy and fearless against the bully that has them all under her thumb.
The bottom line on this episode is that it wasn't nearly as sharp as others we've already seen in Season 9.
The only clear-cut victory to come out of this episode is that Max taking more showers.
"She's Better Now" demonstrated how open PLL has become without losing its mystery.
"You Wanna See Something?" wasn't astonishing or breathtaking. But it made me glad to have Bunheads back.
Even with Kristina shaving her head, Parenthood's return episode was a relatively balanced and even mostly comedic effort where Julia was the only one in a hopeless position by the end.
I think the most interesting thing about this week's episode is not so much that the Dark Archer is way better and stronger than Oliver, nor that Merlyn is taking care of business in a way that Oliver refuses to,…
All told, the Christmas offering of Parenthood was everything you'd expect it to be: sentimental, emotional, and, in the end, warm and fuzzy.