During an otherwise ordinary Friendsgiving dinner in the dorms, a ton of Gemini Coven revelations nearly ruined everything!
Plus: Sleepy Hollow, Kid Cudi and Method Man on Scorpion, and more.
Alicia helped a rape victim and volunteered at a soup kitchen while Diane tried to get Cary ready for court. Oh, and Kalinda is in deep trouble.
The Planet Express gang time traveled to Springfield for a crossover that actually worked.
"Death in Heaven" brought a rather wobbly season to a remarkable, action-packed end. It even found time to tug on those heartstrings a bit.
Crazy Ruth is way better than Regular Ruth, but for much of this episode, I wished she would just pick one already.
Overall, while it lacked the batty goodness that made "Octopus Head" such a worthy follow-up to the season premiere, "Last Fight" maintained a good bit of the tension that Grimm has built up over the last couple weeks.
NBC is moving beyond mere "holiday Broadway musical events" when it comes to live TV.
Orphan Black won't be back for a few more months, but the first promo for Season 3 already has us counting the days until it returns.
Also: Hannah lives in Iowa now, and it seems Marnie has taken up knitting.
Cullen Bohannon will wrap up his story in 14 episodes split between 2015 and 2016.
What's so funny about a hospital wing with a bunch of dying old people? Lots of stuff, it turns out.
Ioan Gruffudd's immortal mystery solver will stick around until the spring, but Karen Gillan and John Cho didn't get enough likes.