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.
"The Scarecrow" did a nice job with reimagining the origin story of its titular character, but we sure are getting tired of Baby Batman.
A Wesen bounty hunter brought Wesen council drama to town, and Wesen council drama is the best kind of drama.
How long until Mike's secret becomes a major plot point again?
"About a Boy" was fun, but there just seemed to be something lacking.
While "The Fearsome Dr. Crane" was interesting enough from an origin standpoint, the episode was ultimately notable more for what its characters will become than for what they are now.
"Death Do Us Part" followed up Monroe's ordeal with the Wesenrein and Juliette's horrific Hexenbiest manifestation with... not a lot.
"Enough Is Enough" was fun, but it was also the sort of huge episode that effortlessly alters a show's landscape forever.