It was a very busy week on Falling Skies as the 2nd Mass launched an effort to recover its lost members, Lexie showed Ben her science project, and Hal made a big decision regarding Maggie's health.
Are you crossing your fingers for a Season 2 renewal, or was one flashback to 1983 plenty?
Is there any hope left for the 2nd Mass?
"We're Done" managed to do something that's kind of cool and kind of not-cool at the same time.
"Door Number Three" amounted to a lot of standing around and waiting, but at least the truth about Lexie has become a little more clear and the Mason family is finally reunited. It's impossible to shake the feeling that something…
For all of his villainous antics, it's clear that at heart, Louis Litt doesn't want to be the bad guyhe'll take on the mantle if the firm needs him to, and it's not like Louis hasn't done sketchy things in…
This was an odd episode of Suits, splitting its time between the high-stakes drama of the battle between Mike and Harvey and the goofy theatrical adventures of Donna and Louis. However, it was also an important episode.
Graceland—both the show and the house—is such an amazing hot mess right now.
"Evolve or Die" featured some signature Falling Skies storylines of old, and was generally a good time.
After dangling the threat of the SEC in front of us for the first several episodes of the season, Suits finally brought in the big baddie and made a surprising revelation about Jeff Malone, newest partner to Pearson Specter.
The search for the missing Tinker Bells continues.
A throwback history lesson with Tom and a not-entirely-decisive-but-still-pretty-awesome victory for the humans made "Exodus" an exciting and engaging addition to the series and an appropriate episode to air during the holiday weekend.