As Barry coped with the loss of his powers due to a new metahuman, a criminal from Starling City took control of Central City's police headquarters.
"The 48" expanded the Hundred's world, presented possible new enemies, and introduced Jasper to the joys of delicious chocolate cake. It was exactly the episode the show needed to prove Season 1's success wasn't a fluke.
Morality and faith both came into play as Samaritan continued its efforts to squash society.
Easily the best episode of Season 2 so far, "A Hen in the Wolf House" introduced Mockingbird, provided insight into Skye's mysterious origins, and tugged at our heartstrings. It was nearly perfect.
Barry faced off against a death row prisoner who could turn himself into a poison gas while Caitlin confronted the emotions surrounding her fiancé's death.
SAMCRO gets a message letting them know they aren't holding all the cards, and Gemma has a freakout.
Esther finally made her intentions clear via some juicy flashbacks and a jump into a much better body. Also she is rude as h*ck, pardon my French.
After several weeks of mediocre-at-best episodes, "Viper" was pleasantly surprising in both its writing and its execution.
A mysterious and angry woman from Ichabod's past returned to destroy all of the women who are currently part of his life.
Hook's new outfit has finally arrived. But honestly, "The Apprentice" was fairly tedious.
Somehow, Alicia and Elsbeth facing off in court and Kalinda tracking a computer hacker made for a dull episode.
One of the best new shows of 2014 went out with a bang.