Star Trek Discovery: Choose Your Pain

"The name is Mudd. Harcourt Fenton Mudd, Harry for short."

Captain Lorca is captured, and Michael and Stamets have some trouble getting the spore drive working.

The X-Files: Audrey Pauley

Case: Agent Reyes is in a coma and apparently brain dead.

Destination: Falls Church, Virginia

Reyes: “There’s dog people and there’s cat people. You are a dog person, John.”

This is a lovely Reyes-centric episode with some lovelorn Doggett thrown in.

Arrow: Fallout

“William needs a parent, promise me that you will be his father."

The main theme of this first episode of season six seems to be about parenthood and it’s also going to be a continuing undercurrent running through the whole season, I’d imagine. That’s kind of a surprise, since I thought this opener would have been more focused on the aftermath, or fallout…of the whole island blowing up thing.

Doctor Who: Dragonfire

"This is naff. This is mega naff."

'Dragonfire' brings Sylvester McCoy's atrocious first season to a suitably atrocious end. But on the plus side it does introduce Ace and write out Mel so it ain't all bad.

Mr. Robot: eps3.0_power-saver-mode.h

"When we lose our principles, we invite chaos."

We are living in a state of disarray. Chaos is spreading, in fact as well as fiction.

Star Trek Discovery: The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry

"My ganglia remain unconvinced."

This was probably the weakest episode so far, suffering from a very by the numbers crisis of the week plot and way too many boring scenes with Voq and L'Rell, the dullest Klingons to ever exist.

Supernatural: Lost and Found

"When have things ever gone right for us?"

And they're back! For season thirteen. Supernatural has become the Eveready Bunny of genre television.

Legends of Tomorrow: Aruba-Con

"Oh, we know exactly who you losers are."

The season three opener of Legends of Tomorrow comes not to praise its Legends, but to bury them... or at least insult them a lot.

Lucifer: The One with the Baby Carrot

"So, tell me. What do you desire?"

I know that Lucifer says this almost every episode, but it means more this time around. A lot more.

Kid Winchesters: The Younger Versions of Dean and Sam

Jared Padalecki, Colin Ford,
Jensen Ackles, Ridge Canipe
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki were practically baby actors in their twenties when Supernatural began back in 2005. As good as the show almost immediately became, no one could have predicted it would last as long as it has. Or that the kid actors who played the Winchesters as kids would grow up and be replaced by other kid actors.