I'd been looking forward to this election episode, and I was pretty happy with how all the various schemes played out.
The detectives had no luck finding Joe Mills, while Seward had a very bad day.
This week, a skeleton in the walls of the NeedWant illuminated the past of some of Defiance's key characters.
A potential lead in the search for Kallie magically appeared.
In "Savoureux," Hannibal served up the dish he'd been preparing all season: the destruction of Will Graham.
A plague struck Defiance this week, but the show ignored anything really interesting in order to set up a plot point for the final run of episodes.
An long-lost astronaut from 2013 arrived in Defiance, setting into motion one of the show's stronger episodes thus far.
The Killing is settling into its normal rhythm of slow police work peppered with cliffhangers, but this episode didn't have the character work that's necessary to fill things out.
This week, razor rain kept characters cooped up with one another and forced them to address a few things. Kind of.
Two hours in, The Killing seems primed to avoid the mistakes of its earlier seasons.
"Sacrifice" closed out Arrow's freshman season with lots of action and a major character death.
Defiance expanded its plot horizons just a bit this week in an episode that, while average on its own, may mark a transition for the show's first season.