Alicia and Cary's departure from Lockhart/Gardner made for one of the best television episodes of the year.
Realizing that a dead Russian mobster likely killed someone before he perished, Sherlock went off in search of the victim.
This week, an escaped serial killer had Quentin enlisting Oliver's help, and Laurel came to terms with her guilt.
A paralegal sued Lockhart/Gardner over firm-wide sexual harassment. Oh, and Diane figured out EVERYTHING.
The tale of the first Avatar has been told, and now we can pretty much guess what Unalaq has planned.
As China White and Bronze Tiger hijacked some FEMA trucks, Oliver had to examine his priorities to determine the best ways to help Starling City.
Whith Korra MIA, Mako attempted to solve the bombing case. Too bad the mastermind was two steps ahead of him.
The firm suing the NSA was just one of many plots in this jam-packed episode.
Korra wasn't finding much support for her war against Unalaq in Republic City, so she decided to strike out on her own. Again.
While Alicia and Cary got organized to leave, Lockhart/Gardner scrambled to delay an execution.
This week, a sham trial left Korra and her family with only a few options. Meanwhile, it left me feeling quite grumpy.