Lucifer: Deceptive Little Parasite

Personally, I would have called this episode "Trixie Morningstar." Although, we did just have a "Candy Morningstar." But still. It's a much better name.

Midnight, Texas: The Virgin Sacrifice

"Family isn't about blood. It's about people who love you without judgement."

We've finally arrived: the season finale of Midnight, Texas.

Lucifer: Candy Morningstar

I know that it might not seem like it, but Lucifer has been gone from our screens for four, long months. When we last left the show, Lucifer had disappeared to parts unknown. But now he's back. And he's married?

Doctor Who: Paradise Towers

It's acting, Jim, but not as we know it. 
"No yellows. All unalive now."

Like so many Doctor Who stories for this era, 'Paradise Towers' is one with some interesting ideas that are poorly executed. Very, very poorly.

Fear the Walking Dead: La Serpiente

Lola: "It's rare a leader does right by everyone."
Madison: "It's not rare. It's impossible."

A fun episode. Which isn't something I often say about this show.

Lucifer: A Good Day to Die

This three episode format has been very good to Lucifer. It allowed the show to be tightly focused on one storyline. Well, technically two: The Professor and his poisoning, and the shattering of Lucifer's heart.

Lucifer: Love Handles

I have a sinking feeling that I liked this episode a lot better the first time around. I had watched it when it first aired, but held off on a review because I knew that I would be doing a series binge soon. I just remember liking it a lot more than I did.

Lucifer: Stewardess Interruptus

Do not explode into fangirl squealing. Do not explode into fangirl squealing. Do not explode into fangirl squealing. Come on, be at least somewhat professional here. You can do it, Fangirl. I believe in you... me... us.