Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: All Roads Lead...

"I just saved the world."

Except she didn't. All roads lead to the freaking end of the world.

The Handmaid's Tale: June

"Let this be a lesson to you."

This episode was almost too much for me. I'm not kidding.

Doctor Who: Silver Nemesis

"Hello, I'm the Doctor! I believe you want to kill me?"

This was the story chosen to celebrate Doctor Who's silver jubilee in 1988. Why? I have no idea. Probably because it had silver in the title. Certainly wasn't because it was any good.

Supergirl: In Search of Lost Time

The son becomes the father, and the father the son.

We get to experience the power of prayer. Green Martian prayer from a Green Martian high priest, that is, a Green Martian with psychic powers.

Arrow: The Dragon

Laurel: "Satisfied yet?"
Diaz: "No."

The Green Arrow is given the night off in order for us to be formally introduced to Ricardo Diaz – The Dragon.

Fear the Walking Dead: Another Day in the Diamond

"I've done a lot worse when I was out there. We all did. I thought I lost my kids for good because of it. But I found 'em. And then we found this place and we built it up. Together. We are who we are because of it."

In which we found out just what the Clarks have been up to. As it turns out, they've been working hard and not even killing people. I know, I was surprised too.

Gotham: That's Entertainment

I want to be able to give this a good review, so I'll just cheat and not talk about Barbara.

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Jem'Hadar

Captain Keogh looking determinedly out from the bridge.
This has turned into some science project, huh, Jake?

Sisko, after seeing O'Brien have a completely unproblematic vacation, decides to take one with his son. And boy, what a problem he has.

Star Trek The Next Generation: Time's Arrow, Part 2

"My god, it's an invasion!"

Not bad. But not great.

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Tribunal

Odo as the Nestor, looking up at Makbar.
Being accused of a crime is not a disgrace.

O'Brien has discovered shiny gigolo wear. Appropriate as he’s going on vacation with Keiko. But can any attempt Miles makes at scaling the heights of fashion turn out well? I mean, he's immediately accused of a crime.

The Originals: Where You Left Your Heart

"Without the benefit of hindsight, how will we know if we're at the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?"

That was a lot to take in. Even for this show.