"House Hunting," despite sagging a bit in the middle, brought it so hard, just the way the penultimate episode of a TV series ought to.
"Heartburn" was a surprisingly self-aware episode; its copious weeping felt sincere, and once Suits decided to go with the Pearson-Specter "family" angle, well, that explained a lot.
"Mother's Little Helper" laid out some mythology and actually managed to be kind of creepy.
OMG, New Girl, what have you done?
Highs and lows abounded in Glee's last official Lima engagement.
This week, Sally found a secret room in the house and it caused all sorts of problems, so that was fun. But on a more serious note, how do you want Being Human to end?
This episode of Grimm made me so happy, even if it didn't really move the plot forward.
There was quite a lot of gift-giving and friendship-declaring in "Moot Point," but the strings and asterisks attached to many of the prezzies made the love a little hard to spot.
This was such a weird episode—and a kind of boring one, too, but mostly weird with a totally squandered Men of Letters story, Sam being the actual freaking dumbest hunter ever, aaaand Snooki.
"Oh Don't You Die for Me" was an enjoyable return to the actual timeline of Being Human that successfully laid the tracks for the series' last few episodes.
For all of its fumbles, every once in a while, Glee manages to turn in an episode that's weirdly "real" within its safe fantasy land where everyone always gets what they want and there's no such thing as repercussions.
This episode was pretty grim, even for Grimm.