Daredevil: Rabbit in a Snow Storm

Spot the Avengers reference.
"It makes me feel alone."

In the criminal justice system, the people are intimidated by two separate, yet equally important groups: the criminals, who threaten and blackmail them so they can get away with bowling related murder, and the vigilante lawyers, who beat up the criminals so they can't get away with bowling related murder. These are their stories.

*chung, chung*

Continuum: Second Time

"Perhaps you can help me. Any idea where the antimatter lab is?"

This episode was freaking nuts. And by that, I don't mean to imply that plot crap flew in out of nowhere. Everything that happened was very carefully set up at the beginning of the season as well as the beginning of the series. Don't you love it when that happens?

Game of Thrones: High Sparrow

“We’re going to meet the savior. You should have told me. Who doesn’t want to meet the savior?”

…in which people make alliances, and sever heads. Plus, Tyrion talks to someone with hair!

The X-Files: Redux

Case: Scully helps Mulder fake his own death to buy them time as they piece together the conspiracy afoot.

Destination: Washington D.C.

Orphan Black: Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis

“True or false.”

Orphan Black began with Sarah drifting into town intending to snatch Kira away from the safety and comfort Mrs. S had been providing her and run as far as she could, stealing and conning all she could as she went. My, how times have changed.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Frenemy of my Enemy

So how's things? Kill anyone interesting lately?
"We're making a deal...with Ward."

Dun, dun DUUUUNNNN!

Outlander: Lallybroch

“I need you to trust me here. This is my family, my land, my time.”

They say that home is where the heart is. Jamie’s heart has been at Lallybroch since we met him. It was nice to see him finally go home.

iZombie: Virtual Reality Bites

“Great, I ate Homer Simpson’s brain.”

Wit and intelligence pour out of his show. ‘Virtual Reality Bites’ was probably the funniest episode so far, and the script was full of so many different examples of how iZombie continues to prove itself as a genre powerhouse.

Doux News: April 26, 2015

This week: The Martian again -- When is a plot twist too much? (Yes, I'm talking about Grey's Anatomy) -- This week in casts -- Miscellaneous entertainment news -- This week in Monty Python, Going Clear and Cats

Star Trek The Next Generation: Q Who?

"The Borg are the ultimate user. They're unlike any threat your Federation has ever faced. They're not interested in political conquest, wealth, or power as you know it. They're simply interested in your ship, its technology. They've identified it as something they can consume."

For me 'Q Who?' is one of only two diamonds in a season that mostly consists of gravel (the other is 'The Measure of a Man').