Ethan and his father Jared have a final showdown. Meanwhile, Vanessa and Sweet draw closer, and Lily gives Victor a final warning.
As Ethan and Hecate cross the desert, Malcolm and Katenay follow them to cure Ethan... or kill him. Meanwhile, Victor continues assisting Henry in his work to cure the criminally insane.
In the series premiere, Pierre Bezukhov inherits his father's fortune, leaving him at the mercy of fortune seekers. Prince Andrei Bolkonsky goes off to war, leaving his pregnant wife at home; and Natasha Rostov worries about her brother Nikolai who has also left to fight in the war.moreless
Miss Marple meets with her old friend, Ruth Van Rydock, who is worried about her sister, Carrie Louise Serrocold, after a mysterious fire ends up destroying some of Carrie Louise's treasured possessions. She asks Miss Marple to visit her sister's estate, Stonygates, a huge manor house, where some of the buildings and grounds are used as a reformatory for juvenile criminals. Soon, Carrie Louise's stepson by her second marriage shows up. He is Christian Gulbrandsen, and he runs the trust which contributes a fraction of the funds used to run Stonygates. Later that night, as Carrie Louise's current husband Lewis runs a dress rehearsal for a musical revue for the inmates of the facility, Christian is stabbed while writing a letter on his typewriter. Miss Marple and the local police quickly learn that Christian believed Carrie Louise was being poisoned, but was killed before he could reveal the poisoner's identity. For the sake of Carrie Louise and her family, Miss Marple sets out to find the killer and alleged poisoner, but then another murder is committed during the revue, and tainted oysters, secret children, jealousy, a hidden passageway, and an unlocked gate are thrown into the mix, as well. Who is trying to poison Carrie Louise? And was the use of a clever conjuring trick the key to solving the mystery?moreless
The Ood warn of a danger that spreads across the whole of the universe. On Christmas Eve, the Master is reborn.
When Niles wants to surprise Daphne with a trip to Hawaii, their plans are put on hold by a depressed Mrs. Moon.
The owner of a private hospital is found murdered in his car, after a series of anonymous threatening letters. Suspicion falls on a retired book-maker whose daughter suffered severe brain damage as a result of negligence during an operation some years before.
Morse spends a lot of effort in investigating the possibility that the dead man was criminally negligent, and concludes that he was. While he does his best to bring the killer to justice, Morse does not seem very troubled that at the end of the day he is unable to nail him.