Supergirl: Tremors

Supergirl: “Well, you are not Lex.”
Lena: “And you are not your cousin. We are miles beyond those boys with their sticks and their stones.”

Supergirl finally learns the truth about Lena while tangling with Leviathan; J'onn J'onzz makes a discovery about his brother's whereabouts.

Outlander: The False Bride

"There's a phrase that becomes important in America: the pursuit of happiness."

An episode about making choices – in two different time periods.

Mr. Robot: 406 Not Acceptable

"There it is. That sense of dread. It only happens when you cross a line you didn't even know existed..."

Although every episode this season has felt as if it were building up to something greater, this one takes the cake.

Watchmen: She Was Killed by Space Junk

“Roll on snare-drum. Curtains. Good joke.”

Until this episode, I wasn't sure if I was really on board with this series. I think I am now.

Supernatural: Proverbs 17:3

"Wouldn't it be great if everything was just planned out for you?"

I used to find the meta stuff funny. Not anymore.

The Good Place: The Funeral to End All Funerals

“Wake him up!”

With those three desperate words we realize all of humanity rests on a man who once spent twenty-two minutes choosing between different shades of hats. I thought we were doomed last week, I haven’t changed my mind.

Star Trek Short Treks: Ask Not

"Tactical force should always be a last resort, and vengeance should never be a factor."

By nature I love brevity: A nice, straightforward, solidly directed short film. There really isn't all that much more to say.

The Flash: There Will Be Blood

"How do you convince your best friend not to save your life?"

By nature I love brevity: Though they are still present, The Flash has toned back the themes this week to focus on character work. That's just fine with me, at least for now.

Downton Abbey: The Movie

Cora: “Just like the old days.”

Sometimes, when a series ends, a subsequent movie is essential. The movie may tie up loose ends and allow the story to come to some kind of a neat conclusion. Sometimes, however, a movie is not needed (or, frankly, even wanted) and can rather mar the memory of what was once great.

Mr. Robot: 405 Method Not Allowed

“It’s time we talked.”

This show has always known how to incorporate these clever little gimmicks. This episode is no exception.

Supergirl: Confidence Women

Lena Luthor, Andrea Rojas, and Rose Dawson: “I jump, you jump.”

The back story of Lena Luthor and Andrea Rojas.

Doom Patrol: Puppet Patrol

'Welcome to Fuchtopia. Sadly, we no longer accept Groupons.'

All expository scenes from this point on must be done via marionette puppet show.

We're all agreed on that. Right?