"PTZD" may have concluded the Baron Samedi/Zombie Nick storyline, but the ramifications of Nick's time as a dazed and confused member of the undead are poised to play a prominent part of Grimm's third season moving forward.
The show's writers played us all by putting "baby" in this week's episode title, because rather than bring new life into the Halloween-free world of Covert Affairs, they extinguished one instead.
Soooo... okay, "Slumber Party" could have been better.
"The Ungrateful Dead" had so much action and cuckoo-for-cocoa-puffs Nick that the usual procedures didn't and couldn't apply. It was nice.
OMG, New Girl, we should probably talk about how it's not okay that even the silly, lulzy Halloween episode was kind of a downerthe latest in a recent string of thembut at the same time, "Keaton" was cracky and good…
What could've easily been a cheesy mess of an episode somehow managed to be, well, a slightly-less-cheesy-than-feared non-mess of an episode.
As is appropriate for an episode with a title as blunt as "Dead," Covert Affairs' mid-season return didn't waste any time tossing us back into the frying pan of Annie's life.
"Devil May Care" was an enjoyable hour of TV that managed to set the stage for the rest of the season without revealing too much of the behind-the-scenes stuff that can bog down early episodes with endless exposition.
"The Box" wasn't bad. It was just okay. Okay? Okay.
At one point in "The Quarterback," Sue Sylvester postulated that maybe there was no message here, "maybe he's just gone," and with those words, Glee managed to be so true to life, even in its infuriatingly unrealistic (at times) fantasy…