"Iron Hans" was very much an episode dedicated to the women of Grimm being total BAMFs... and the death of one of the show's original "characters."
Sam's adventures in poor decision-making continued when an outing with Rowena put both his and Dean's lives in danger.
It's killin' season in Gotham City, folks.
Mad Men's epilogue continued with a parade of more unsatisfied customers and an increasingly desperate-to-believe-in-something Don Draper.
"Book of the Damned" was a meaty, philosophical episode, and it couldn't have come at a better time in the season.
Part of me feels like Season 7, and especially Season 7B, is just the epilogue to a story that has already concluded.
"Severance" left me feeling a bit uncomfortable due to its high level of cynicism combined with its poetic execution.
After a few weeks of puttering around with minimal screen time devoted to the big seasonal story at hand, Supernatural brought the crazy train back to the station.
While "Double Date" disappointed in some big ways, just like with so many other Grimm episodes, the questions and considerations raised by its flaws managed to elevate the hour just a little bit higher than it would otherwise rank.
Hooray, more Men of Letters stories!
Even though "Rogue Time" wasn't quite as bombastically packed with the stunning moments as last week's "Out of Town," the episode still managed to alter Barry's reality in a big way and, for now, a permanent way.