‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twentieth episode of the year with “Seeing Red,” as Roy loses control of his strength in a mirakuru rage and goes on a rampage, for which Oliver and the team are forced to make an impossible choice, just before another tragedy strikes.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “The Man Under the Hood” saw Oliver fighting to prevent Slade from achieving his goal of a Mirakuru-enhanced army, enlisting the help of a few 'Flash' characters, while Laurel wrestled with her newfound knowledge of the Arrow's identity, so what does the twentieth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Roy lost as we head into the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 20, “Seeing Red!”
We'd already seen a first look at 'The Simpsons' going the LEGO route with photos of Homer and the rest of Springfield done up in brick for May 4 installment "Brick Like Me," but like 'The LEGO Movie' before it, these things work best in motion. Catch the first look at Homer building his LEGO life with FOX's first promo for the 550th episode, "Brick Like Me!"
The once and future Sally of the 'How I Met Your Mother' spinoff, 'How I Met Your Dad,' has at last been found. Where 'Full House' sitcom icon Bob Saget curiously provided the narrating voice of 'HIMYM''s future Ted, Meg Ryan has been selected to provide the voice of future Sally, as portrayed in the storyline's present by indie darling Greta Gerwig.
For as much as BBC-A's clone drama 'Orphan Black' and its leading lady Tatiana Maslany broke out with fans and critics alike, the April 19 season 2 premiere, "Nature Under Contstraint and Vexed," didn't quite garner ratings consistent with such a buzzed-about series. So, why not check out the season 2 premiere in its entirety right now to find out what you've been missing?
Professional sports love to hand out superlative-heavy awards like Most Valuable Player (and also whatever awards professional sports love to hand out), which is certainly nice and also kind of simple. But there are a lot of people who play professional sports, so why not hand out more awards? Why not hand out more hilariously true awards?
HBO has long been a thorn in the side of streaming media enthusiasts, only licensing its content to be accessed through HBO GO, unlike the Netflix and Amazon Prime models that have become so commonplace in recent years. Now, the pay-cable network struck a surprising Amazon Prime deal to deliver streams of a variety of shows past and present, but don't expect to start that 'Game of Thrones' marathon just yet.
Although it might seem like good form for someone who has just landed a sweet new gig to kowtow a smidgen to their predecessor, soon-to-be 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert doesn't need to force such emotions when it comes to current host David Letterman, because, man, does he really love the comedian and his show.
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