"Second Truths" featured a great deal of progress for Kiera as a character, building on the forward movement she enjoyed last week after her chat with her automated mental-health professional.
Don't worry, you're not pervy. "O-Mouth" in the context of Graceland means exactly what you think it means—except the euphoria in question comes from shooting up, not getting down.
Oh, Warehouse 13, always with the really great finales to (sort of) make up for seasons that sag in the middle. I knew I could count on you to be (mostly) awesome in the end.
No alien baby and the end of brainwashed Hal? BEST EPISODE OF THE SEASON. Well, not really. Not even close, but those are two very big positives for me so I call it a win.
"Second Opinion" gave us a much-needed look into Kiera's deepest fears.
Season 4's penultimate episode contained some interesting reveals, and put us in a nice place heading into the finale.
While not one of the more exciting episodes Falling Skies has graced us with this season, "Search and Recover" went a long way toward giving us real insight to the mindset of many of Charleston's residents, which was enjoyable in its own right.
"Pizza Box" was a great exploration of how the inhabitants of Graceland interact with one another, and despite its trauma, it was a fairly lighthearted chapter in the stories of Charlie, D.J., Paige, and Johnny.
"Lost & Found" wasn't without its frustrations, but it continued the improvement that last week's "What Matters Most" started in terms of giving this aimless half of the season some much needed direction.