‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 conjures its seventh episode of the season, “Mockingbird,” as Tyrion's difficulty obtaining a champion for his trial against the Mountain takes an unexpected turn, while Jon's pleas fall on deaf ears, and Sansa discovers more of Littlefinger's nefarious intentions.
Last week's ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 installment, “The Laws of Gods and Men,” saw Tyrion's trial taking several shocking turns, while Daenerys held court in Mereen, and Yara attempted to reclaim Theon from the clutches of Ramsay Bolton. So, what does the latest installment of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4, episode 7, "Mockingbird!”
The truth is, I don’t particularly enjoy reviewing ‘Saturday Night Live’ – something I’ve done now for four full seasons at three different outlets. Now, I’ve loved the show for my entire life and I love writing about the show, but it’s not easy to be critical of what these people do every week because it really is remarkable what they can pull off in less than one week on live television. (I’ve attended ‘SNL’ twice: Once in 2009 and then again for dress rehearsal last night. Watching the organized chaos that unfolds in person is almost overwhelming.)
The 2013-2014 season is now over and, no, it won’t go down in history as one of the better seasons in ‘SNL’ history. The show has lost too many stars over the past couple of years to recover that quickly, but they will recover. They always do. ‘SNL’ has always leaned heavily on recurring sketches, but what’s weird is how many recurring sketches are in rotation right now that not that many people love. When you think back, there’s always been a ‘Church Lady’ or ‘Wayne’s World’ or ‘Cheerleaders’ or ‘Stefon’ – but now, they don’t have that, and without that it’s been hard to sustain an identity.
'Da Vinci's Demons' spent a lot of its second season setting up Leonardo Da Vinci's trip to America, so it's going to be interesting to see how it wraps up its season now that the trip has turned out to be a dead end. It turns out that the show was saving its best episodes for last as tonight's episode was a corker.
Tonight brings the season finale of 'Grimm,' and finally gets Monroe and Rosalee hitched and sets up the start of the next season with the latest season cliffhanger. The results are entertaining, but expected.
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twenty-third and final episode of the year with season finale “Unthinkable,” as Oliver rallies his friends and allies for the final confrontation with Slade Wilson, while the fate of Starling City hangs in the balance.
Last week's penultimate ‘Arrow’ installment “Streets of Fire” saw Oliver and his team racing around the city to combat Slade's destructive army, while Malcolm Merlyn returned with a proposal for Thea, and Sebastian Blood had second thoughts about their reign of terror, so what does the twenty-third and final episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Starling lost as Oliver Queen's second year comes to a close?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 23, finale installment “Unthinkable!”
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 22nd and penultimate episode of the year in “Stairway to Heaven,” as a rash of angelic bombings leads Dean to lose his grip in the investigation, while Sam and Castiel discover the truth of Metatron's (Curtis Armstrong's) plans.
Previous ‘Supernatural’ installment “King of the Damned” saw Abaddon pressing Crowley to lure the Winchesters toward a trap, while Castiel attempted to recruit Gadreel (Tahmoh Penikett) away from Metatron. So, what does the 22nd season 9 episode bring? What strange and unexpected challenges will the Winchesters face next?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 22, penultimate installment “Stairway to Heaven”!
Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ assembles its twenty-second and final installment of the first season in “Beginning of the End,” as Coulson enlists the help of Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) in making the ultimate assault against Garrett, Ward and Deathlok, while several new mysteries for season 2 arise, and the team suffers a devastating loss.
Previous ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ episode “Ragtag” saw Coulson using the team's limited resources to track down John Garrett through his Cybertek connections, while Ward remembered the past that led him to Hydra and S.H.I.E.L.D., so how does ABC’s ‘Avengers‘-adjacent series wrap up its marvelous inaugural season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’’s twenty-second episode, season finale “Beginning of the End!”
'24: Live Another Day' got off to an explosive two-part start last week, with Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer returning to the screen without missing a (bloody, gravelly and often terrifying) beat. The first two hours set up the season's plot and its many characters, but now the show has to sustain itself. Can it keep up the momentum? Find out in our recap and review of the third episode of the season, '1:00 p.m. -- 2:00 p.m.'
FX's ‘Louie’ season 4 keeps the dramedy rolling with tonight's double-installments "So Did the Fat Lady" and "Elevator Part 1," the first half of which sees Louie confronted by his own hangups about dating a heavyset woman (Sarah Baker), while the second installment finds a frightening subway experience with his daughters taking a toll, after which an older woman (Ellen Burstyn) becomes trapped in his building's elevator.
Last week’s ‘Louie’ premieres “Back / Model” saw Louie dealing with problems of his advancing age, after which the sadsack comedian bombed at a benefit and rebounded with a beautiful model (Yvonne Strahovski), before things went terribly wrong. So how do "So Did the Fat Lady" and "Elevator Part 1” continue the cycle of amiable misery?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Louie’ season 4, episodes 3 and 4, “So Did the Fat Lady” and "Elevator Part 1"!
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its fifth episode of the final season, “The Runaways,” as Don finds an old friend complicating a visit to Megan in California, while Peggy is disturbed to find a colleague acting out of sorts, and Betty questions her place in the Francis household.
Last week’s episode, “Field Trip,” saw Don finding his return to the office a humiliation after being assigned to work for Peggy, while Roger ventured to a hippie commune to find his wayward daughter Margaret. So what does the fifth episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 7 episode 5, “The Runaways”!
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