For an episode as action-packed as this one, not a whole helluva lot actually happened. But what DID go down was enormously important.
All in all, "The Good Fight" was a solid Jeff/Skye episode and a strong episode for establishing who Skye truly is and what her motivations are.
While "Freaks and Geeks" was ultimately the kind of not-really-essential-to-the-story filler I specifically said I didn't want in the wake of last week's awesome chapter, it did have a couple things going for it.
This could have been one of those gimmicky episodes with an obvious endgame in sight, an excuse to meet the rest of Nick's family while giving professional musician Zooey Deschanel a platform to indie-warble her way through some Elvis tunes.…
Upon realizing that Sally is basically her only ladyfriend who is still alive... sort of... Nora decided to move her and Mimi-Siku's matrimonial shenanigans up to like, tomorrow. Meanwhile, Aiden made good on his deal with Bubble Boy.
Maybe it’s because Shakira seems eager, excited, and maybe even a little bit nervous in her position—whereas Christina Aguilera spent most of last season looking bored out of her mind—but I'm really digging the new judges so far.
Aside from the problematic Skye/Kelly/Marti treatment, as far as the True Believer storyline goes, "The Kiss" was one of the more well-written stories of Cult that we've seen so far.
This was a solid episode that even managed to squeeze in some non-batshit-crazy public service announcements, which was both weird and welcome. I haven't been this un-conflicted about Glee's messages since Season 2.
Fresh off of a trippy adventure in his own personal “Mystery Spot,” Castiel caught up with the Brothers Winchester when they invaded his turf in search of whatever was randomly killing demons in a small town.
In “Quick Hardening Caulk,” New Girl cleverly took the opportunity to plug the leaks in its narrative, ensuring that the whole thing is structurally sound as we move forward.