Wayward Pines: Do Not Discuss Your Life Before

"Don't try to leave, Mr. Burke. That's rule number one."

This was a frustrating episode.

The 100: His Sister's Keeper

"My life ended the day that you were born."

This was a difficult episode for me to watch. Not because it was bad. Okay, it was bad, but not unwatchably bad. No, the reason I had such difficulty watching this episode was because of the directors excessive, and I mean EXCESSIVE, use of lens flare during the flashback scenes. Seriously, what was with all the lens flares? There was one every two seconds. Even J.J. Abrams isn't that bad.

Doctor Who: State of Decay

"Then die... that is the purpose of guards."

I'm surprised it has taken the show this long to get around to the pitting the Doctor against vampires. They're probably the most iconic horror monster of them all.

iZombie: Mr. Berserk

“If my problems are too big to forget, if the task at hand isn’t consuming enough, I just consume something else.”

Opting not to drop any of the momentum after last week’s dramatic ending, ‘Mr Berserk’ was a terrific combination of the best of the stand-alone cases we’ve seen so far, as well as one of the more important pieces in the zombie “mythology” that’s slowly starting to unravel.

Supernatural: Brother's Keeper

"We save Dean."

Now that was a season finale.

The Flash: Fast Enough

"You've saved a lot of people's lives in this past year; now it's time to save yours."

In this powerhouse season finale, the philosophical questions we face regarding time travel finally crystallize. What does it profit a man to change the world if he should lose himself? Barry's finally caught the self-admitted killer of Nora Allen, and has the chance he's been fighting for all season: to save his mother. But what will change if he does?

The 100: Twilight's Last Gleaming

Jaha: "You have a strength that is not weakened by sentiment and that is exactly what it is going to take for us to survive."

This show improves with each episode.

Game of Thrones: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

Sam T. Cat: “Underling, you attempted to summon me?”

Josie: “Uh, yeah. Like three hours ago. I need help with my Game of Thrones review, and you have a pretty strong track record at perfection.”

Sam T. Cat: “Well, I live to serve.”

Orphan Black: Scarred by Many Past Frustrations

“Shut up about the butter.”

Benefiting from a narrower focus than we’ve seen from Orphan Black all season, “Scarred by Many Past Frustrations” was, to me at least, an instant classic.

Star Trek The Next Generation: Manhunt

Picard: "Data, you will never know how much I owe you for that."

Lwaxanna Troi is not my favorite character on Next Gen. She is a sexist archetype turned into a caricature and unfortunately illustrates the underlying gender issues that run throughout the series. If that were not enough, the dreaded Dixon Hill shows up again. How could it get worse, right? And yet, this episode was somehow a lot of fun.