While "Double Date" disappointed in some big ways, just like with so many other Grimm episodes, the questions and considerations raised by its flaws managed to elevate the hour just a little bit higher than it would otherwise rank.
Hooray, more Men of Letters stories!
Even though "Rogue Time" wasn't quite as bombastically packed with the stunning moments as last week's "Out of Town," the episode still managed to alter Barry's reality in a big way and, for now, a permanent way.
The Fox musical took its last bow with a two-hour, time-traveling spectacle.
Well, that was disappointing.
Suits' slate has been wiped completely clean, giving the series free reign to do whatever it wants when it returns for Season 5.
At this point, I have no idea of how the rest of the season is going to play out, and I'm totally fine with that.
For such a heavily anticipated episode, "The Executioner's Song" was merely okay.
I don't think we've yet had an episode of Gotham that highlighted the show's ensemble as well as "The Blind Fortune Teller" did.
Complicated questions about Mike's lying game aside, "Fork in the Road" was a win in my book.
After weeks of Dean slaughtering everyone, angsting, and angsting some more, sending the Winchesters to college for a simple ghost hunt was a welcome reprieve.