The Originals: Queen Death

"This is not happening. For a thousand years my brother and I have walked this earth. Countless time death has come for us and countless times, we've denied her. He's not gone. He can't be."

Ouch. I have too many feelings.

Lucifer: God Johnson

“So this is your big plan for busting us out of here. Encouraging a man to steal underwear.”

As much as I loved this episode, was anyone else left feeling slightly disappointed?

Doctor Who: Extremis

Doctor: 'In darkness, we are revealed'.

This was the first really interesting episode of the season. After the more linear opening stories, this felt like classic Moffat: with its fractured narrative, ugly-AF bad guys, returning classic adversary, and half-answered questions. Which means the internet's already whining about not getting enough answers. At the end of the first part of a three-part story. Which actually gave us plenty of answers. Yeah, the internet's great.

Sleepy Hollow: Loco Parentis

"Maybe it'd be good to have a father figure around for her."

Or not.

Bloodline: Part 4

"Too many memories."

This was a bit of a breather episode. One that I was thankful for, since a peaceful resolution does not appear to be in the cards for the Rayburns.

The 100: The Chosen

"Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!..."

Clarke and co. have always knocked season finales out of the park, but this penultimate episode might be my favorite ever. It was layered with action and compelling character goodness and very, very well done.

Supernatural: All Along the Watchtower

"We beat the Brits, we kicked their psycho tea-swilling asses, and instead of popping champagne and heading to Vegas, we get Lucifer."

I'm trying not to get mad about this episode.

Supernatural: Who We Are

"I hate you."

That was the best episode of Supernatural I've seen in a long time. You know why, don't you? Because they once again explored the primary Winchester trauma.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: World's End

“This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but with a—”

Let me get one thing out of the way: I loved this episode. It wasn’t the epic finale we all wanted this season to have, it had some disappointing elements, which I’ll discuss, but overall, it worked for me. First, let’s talk about the cliffhanger, which had me reacting like this:

Star Trek The Next Generation: Violations

"No one can deny that the seed of violence remains within each of us. We must recognize that, because that violence is capable of consuming each of us."

While this was an interesting attempt to tackle a difficult issue, it wasn't done with quite enough subtlety.