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Spoilers abound in this article if you haven’t caught the third episode of Game of Thrones Season 5, “High Sparrow.” If you haven’t watched, yet, skedaddle out of her and check out one of our other lovely stories.
There are major spoilers in this article if you haven’t caught tonight’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, “How To Save A Life.” Everyone still here? Alright, let's go.
After the shocking conclusion to last week’s Arrow, it’s not surprising that “The Fallen” was heavy on the emotions and light on the DCU easter eggs. No villain-of-the-week, no crossovers or team-ups, just Team Arrow trying to deal with a dying Thea.
When Supernatural sticks to doing original stories, there are few shows that can match its creativity and execution. Ten seasons have given this show a rich mythology and it’s immensely rewarding to see new uses for characters and settings from seasons past.
SPOILERS if you haven't seen this week's episode of Arrow, titled "The Fallen."
The episode opened with Arya’s first appearance this year and she’s pretty much right where we left her last season - on a boat to Braavos. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of seeing the Titan with the port city behind him.
Major spoilers can be found in this news article if you haven’t seen the Sunday, April 19 episode of Once Upon A Time, cleverly titled “Sympathy for the De Vil.”
The Arrow took a night off after becoming “Public Enemy” number one but he’s back this week for the first of five uninterrupted episodes. Luckily, The CW’s superhero series is already throwing surprises at the audience fit for a season finale. More on that and the episode’s connections to the DCU inside...
The fifth season premiere of Game of Thrones couldn’t have had a more fitting title. The excellent first episode didn’t spend much time reorienting the viewer, instead each and every thread concentrated on the future.
Winter may be coming, but Game of Thrones is already here, and tonight’s Season 5 premiere has already introduced us to a notable flashback. Prior to the airing of the episode, fans were wondering exactly when and how the show would shoehorn in flashbacks for the very first time.
Last week’s Suicide Squad mission was not only full of easter eggs, it also marked the end for the most important recruit. Just another casualty in DC’s ‘Film V TV’ civil war. And speaking of the DCCU, this week’s first reference, “Public Enemy,” is also the title of a popular “Superman/Batman” comic.
“Inside Man” reminded us that despite its age, Supernatural still has some magic left in the tank. A cold open with our main characters had my attention right away, and when I saw Bobby with his feet propped and Kenny Rogers playing on the radio, I knew we were in for a treat.
Spoilers if you haven't seen tonight's season finale of The Walking Dead! For those who have seen it, we need to talk about that ending!
After his trip to “Nanda Parbat,” the Arrow took a few weeks off. Now, The CW superhero series needs to kill some time until the consequences of Oliver’s choice escalate towards an inevitable second showdown with the Demon’s Head. And there’s no better way to kill time than with the “Suicide Squad.”
What a fan looks for in these standalone episodes is one memorable scene that will serve as a lasting season memory. I won’t remember any details of “Paint It Black” after Season 10 concludes save for Jensen Ackles’ most masterful performance in quite some time.