It's hard to imagine a more perfect sendoff for Zoe and the entire whimsical world of Hart of Dixie than the cheerful "Bluebell."
I'm not sure what I just watched, but I liked it.
The comedian's first week of shows spanned only three days, but we're starting to get the gist of what he's working toward. Here's a rundown of the good, the bad, and the in-between.
Hooray, more Men of Letters stories!
This week, Diggle and Lyla's honeymoon was interrupted by a very poorly timed Suicide Squad adventure!
Between campus killings, heartbreaking discussions, and international bromances, this low-key hour examined the difficult ways in which a war manifests in the people fighting it.
A plot that moved between Root and Finch highlighted some great character development for Person of Interest's best pairing.
My first response to "Welcome to the Dollhouse": Are you kidding me? But I have to hand it to Pretty Little Liars for taking some risks and straying from its formula.
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.
"Brother, Can You Spare a Brain" introduced us to David Anders' villainous Blaine and proved that iZombie is anything but simple.
"Love in the Time of Hydra" put S.H.I.E.L.D. back on track and introduced a new threat to Coulson's power just as Ward resurfaced.
Things are looking up for Jimmy, so that means things are about to go bad for him, right?
Rick needs to go live under a bridge somewhere, as his his current values are obviously oppositional to acceptable social standards.
I’m sort of peeved that Ursula’s storyline is already resolved.