Grimm S05E02: Octopus Head

Remember last week when Renard died and we were all devastated? Well we pick up right there this week. Elizabeth enters, but the doctors try to stop her. Her eyes glow blue and time freezes. She uses a two headed snake jumper cable on our favorite shirtless captain. The black headed end bites Renard and the red her, as it transfers life away from her, turning her pale. She drops the snake to the ground where it turns to ash, and time comes back into play as she collapses to the ground. Renard comes back to the land of the living.

In Vienna, Victor's man reports that there are no traces to the dead FBI guy, which is a good thing, as the King will be out for blood. Adalind has arrived at the gate, to Victor's surprise. She tells him that she has done what he's asked, but Victor wants proof. He tells her that there is conflicting information, and one of their operatives was beheaded. Adalind has no idea about that, she just needs to see her baby. Victor's man will get confirmation that she's done as she was suppose to, and Victor has the gates opened. He has the west wing readied for her to stay in while she's there, since she'll be there for a long time.

Mr. Octopus head returns to his hotel, untentacled. Trubel follows him at a discreet distance. Outside, Hank asks how Juliette is handling things, and he tells him that she's trying not to blame him. If telling everyone and throwing him under the bus constantly is not blaming him, then sure, that's what she's doing. Hank reminds him not to blame himself either. Trubel reports in.

Adalind asks about her baby, hoping that she's eating well. Victor claims that she's brightened up the entire place, and is a joy to everyone. Victor asks how it was to shag a grimm. Adalind claims to have done her duty, and not not for enjoyment. She wonders about the dank conditions, but Victor assures her that its the most secure place in the castle. He asks her if she knows about Renard, that he was shot in Nick's home. Adalind is in a state of shock. Victor opens one of the doors and traps Adalind inside before revealing that he doesn't have the baby, that she was taken by the Resistance. Adalind did what she thought she had to for her baby, but she did it all for nothing.

Trubel listens in as “Mr. Anderson” checks in, learning his room number. Octopus Head takes the elevator, and Trubel books up the stairs, because you know she didn't just hear the room number and all. She watches him enter the room. He strips down, things to do, and Trubel goes to make a call. A little just for men is calling.

Kent calls Henry, but he's not answering the phone anytime soon. He's still in the hospital, probably trying to eat paste or something.

Trubel tells Hank and Nick that she's found the room number. She wants to go in and take him out, but they don't have enough evidence to do much with him. She wants to go all Grimm on him, but they're playing this one by the books. Trubel asks for a little lunch money, and Hank gives it to her, but asks for a reciept.

Rosalee and Monroe have hit a brick wall. They're striking out all over the place on what to do to help Nick. So far they've come up with nothing. They figure at the least, Nick still being a cop, can figure up where the antedote was cooked up so they can maybe reconstruct it.

Trubel stuffs her face with a sandwich. In his room, Anderson pours over pilfered memories. He shuffles through to get Kent's address and contact information. Trubel tries to listen in, but doesn't hear more than a little heavy breathing. Anderson gives Kent a call, pretending to be a colleague of Henry's. Kent asks if he's seen Henry, he's been trying to locate him. Anderson tells him that Henry was in a bad accident, and his girlfriend murdered. Anderson doesn't want to go over the bad news over the phone, Kent agrees and give him his address, which Anderson already had. Trubel hauls butt away from the door before Anderson leaves. She makes it to the laundry just in time, but drops her sandwich in the process. Anderson notices the sandwich, but doesn't see her. Anderson heads off onto the streets. Trubel tries to keep up with him.

Elizabeth checks on her patient. Renard awakens to see his mother there.

Hank has a problem with Lawrence Anderson's motor vehicle records, but Nick finds some information on his job. He works in aerospace technologies like Henry did.

Anderson waits for a bus, as Trubel watches.

Nick calls Lawrence Anderson's work. His former boss tells him that Anderson suffered a devastating head injury a few weeks back. He was once a brilliant mind before the accident, and a defense contractor. Octopus head stole his identity, memories and likely military secrets. He's like a super Wesen spy, and there's no way for them to prove it as it''s all stored in his head. Chavez takes Nick aside for a chat. Trubel fills Hank in on Anderson's appearance change. She was suppose to stay at the hotel, but she insists that she has this. She follows him, and Hank warns he how dangerous he is, and urges her to check in continuously.

Chavez takes Nick into a private room for a conversation off the record. She asks why Renard was in his house, if he knows Stewart or why he'd want to kill Captain Renard. None of these questions are ones that Nick has answers to. She alludes that its Nick's problem, but Nick thinks its more of a conspiracy. Chavez turns her attention to Trubel. Nick admits that he's been trying to help her, that she's had some tough times but is a good kind. Chavez wargs, but Nick doesn't flinch, not seeing anything.

Wu gets a step closer to putting something together. He pulls some of the footage of Trebel when she was a suspect in a murder, which she did commit.

In Vienna, Adalind gets served her meal of slop. Literally, slop. She's not pleased with the accommodations. She throws the slop across the room as Victor watches from his monitor. He's enjoying act one of his dungeon fantasy.

Hank tries to dig deeper into Slocum's work. Wu asks a bit about Trubel, wanting to know about her studies, before he can really crack the shell, Hank uses Nicks return to make a break for it. Wu is starting to figure things out, they should just tell Wu. It would make everyone's life easier. Hank found that Slocum had top security clearance just like Anderson, and now “Anderson” has left and changed his appearance.

Chavez reports that Nick is not the Grimm, but she suspects that she knows who the Grimm is. She's headed to confirm her theory.

Juliette pays Rosalee and Monroe a visit. She's on a mission. Rosalee apologizes for not having the problem solved yet, and Juliette doesn't want it to be. Being a Grimm hasn't been the greatest thing for Nick, and she says that he isn't sure he wants to be on still. She thinks that him being Grimmless may be the best thing for them. Monroe and Rosalee know that just because he can't see them, it doesn't mean his life will be easier, or that it'll go back to normal. You can't unsee something, and for her to ask them to do nothing is purely selfish. She wants a little time, and Rosalee and Monroe placate her. They plan to keep looking as good friends would.

Renard is back to the land of the living, and he's surprised that his mother is really there. He thought she was a dream. She's glad that she made it in time. Renard realizes that he was dead. She gave him life twice. She asks who killed him, and he tells her about the Wesen that was working with the Royals. Renard remembers about Nick, but he's in no shape to go after him to help. He tells his mother about her new grandchild.

Trebel continues to follow at a not so descret distance. Nick calls Trebel. She knows that he's going after someone, but not who. Nick warns her not to pursue him, that he's dangerous and they don't know much about him. She loses him for a moment, as she gives Nick vague cross streets. Trebel has a listening problem.

Kent's spidey senses are working overtime. He knows something is up. Not only did Slocum access data remotely, but he's had a sudden accident. He doesn't know the details but he thinks he's about to find out. Anderson arrives, and Kent welcomes him in. Anderson tells him a vague cover story. Anderson asks for a glass of water, and Kent goes to retrieve it. He gets ready to go all octopus when he spots Trebel lurking about outside. Kent comes back with his water. Trebel peeks in through the windows and sees a passed out Kent on the floor. Anderson knocks her out from behind.

Nick and Hank arrive at the cross streets and finds no Trebel. Nick gives her a jingle, but Anderson chucks her phone into Kent's aquarium. Nick wonders if she's still following him, and Hank wonders if she's been made. They decide to go to Anderson's room to look for clues.

Adalind wakes up surrounded by rats. She goes all Hexenbeist and scares the rats away. Poor thing just want her baby back. A light comes from across the room, and some creepy giggles from the cell next to her. She asks the giggles to talk to her, and tells him her name. But his name is for him to know and her to find out. Someone wants to play a game.

Anderson loots over Trebel's unconscious form, he slaps her a bit to wake her. He knows that she's been following her. She's too young to be a cop, and she has no ID and little money. He asks why she's been following him, but she doesn't answer. No matter, he'll find out soon. He goes all octopus head on her, but doesn't pry into her mind, but instead goes after Kent.

Nick and Hank have the hotel manager open up Anderson's room. She's concerned that he may return, and be violent. Nick finds an address near where they were, and Hank tells her if he returns to call the police.

Octopus Head begins prying information from Kent's mind. Trebel uses the opportunity to get up and kick him, even though her hands are behind her back, like shes Black Widow or something. Octopus head throws her through a table, and turns his tentacles on her. She can lie all she wants, but he can pull the information he wants from her.

Nick and Hank rush to the address knowing that Trebel is in trouble.

Octopus man gets more than he bargained for. He sees all of her hunting and killing of Wesen, and becomes a screaming mess in the corner. Looks like what he sees he can't unsee either. Hank takes care of cuffing Anderson, and Nick sees to Trebel. She's got some serious brain pain, but she's got her memories. Nick warns her to not argue. Hank checks on Kent. He too seems to be okay, just some holes in his head, and some major pain. Anderson seems to be the worst off, haunted by Trebel's memories.

Anderson is really Timothy Croftin Perkal, a Canadian Citizen wanted world wide for espionage. With all those secrets he's stolen, Hank wonders what he got from Trebel. He awakens in his cell, screaming in terror.

Hank and Nick go to see Renard. He's looking pretty good for recently being dead. He asks if Nick got what he sent to him, but Nick did not. He's still Grimmless. Renard is so sorry, he tried. Nick understands, and they can talk about it when he's feeling better. Renard blames himself for not knowing what Adalind was up to, he's just grateful for Trebel. Nick is just glad that Renard is still there. Renard introduces the men to his mother, his very youthful looking mother.

Trebel rushes down for breakfast. Her neck hurts, but she's in pretty good condition. Trebel heads off, as Nick yells at her to be careful. He's not sure if he feel comfortable asking her to help him, or that she could stay out of trouble anyways. Juliette points out that she's a lot like him, and not just the hair. Trebel sets off on Juliette's bike as Chavez and Wu watches her leave in separate cars. Wu heads to Nick's house, and Nick assumes its the Captain. Wu is there about something else. He's having trouble sleeping. He gives Nick a picture of Trebel. She's a suspect in a double homicide, and yet she was introduced as a criminology student. He asks Nick to clear things up for him. Nick tells him that its complicated, when his head begins to suddenly hurt. In Vienna, Adalind is experiencing similar pain. She begins to see Juliette. Nick can't see Juliette even though she's right in front of him. He's seeing what Adalind is seeing, as their visions go in and out of each others the pain is excruciating. It suddenly stops. Nick isn't sure he's okay. Juliette ses Trebel's picture and picks it up off the ground.


Trebel gets grabbed on the street off her bike by Chavez and her men.

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Haven S5E8 - "Exposure" Recap


Audrey tells Duke about the ghost-murder and the bloody note but won't give up more information unless he shares information about his mother. He relays the news to Audrey and decides the best course of action is to call the Darkside Seekers for help. Seth is now working alone he arrives solo to Haven to help. He uses his electromagnetic field tracker to determine that Nathan is in the police station with them. Audrey tells Seth to get to work on a device that will allow for two-way communication with Nathan. She also tells Duke to work on getting more information out of Mara. Meanwhile, Audrey carries on working on figuring out the shadow trouble.

Nathan decides to play detective regarding the ghost murder. The other ghost Morgan points him in the direction of a new bearded ghost that appears shifty. Nathan presumes it's Reggie, whom he earlier had a confrontation with. Nathan doesn't bother to realise that Morgan is the one who has motive. If he were to return to the living plane, he would be back in a cancer-ridden body.

Dave has to stay put in the hospital because they want to run a biopsy on a sample from his leg wound. Vince is concerned what the results will say so he sneaks into the lab to try to steal it but is caught doing so. But Dave has Garland Wuornos' badge, which he uses to get Vince out of trouble.

Duke won't give Mara the Crocker journal but she's willing to share what he wants to know if he tells her about his mother. He needs some Bourbon to aid him but eventually, he begins. His mother was largely absent, save for the times that she'd come to pick up welfare checks after Duke's father died. He raised himself, becoming a bit of a criminal along the way, and only saw her once after turning 18. She was on the street in Boston asking for drugs and didn't even recognise him.

Seth gets the translator device set up and tries to test it on on Audrey but she warns him to back off, causing him to put his hands up. This makes Audrey remember that Reggie was on his knees with his hands up when he disappeared but his shadow was standing. She looks through the photos from the farmer's market and finds that the poses in those photos match the shadows exactly. The photographer Amy, is the source of the trouble. Audrey and Seth go to Amy's and confirm it.

Nathan and Morgan have gone to guard headquarter to find Reggie. Reggie and Nathan get into a fight and Morgan shoots Reggie in the back. Amy has noticed a slash in Nathan's jacket and blood on the shirt of the man that was stabbed. So the injuries the ghosts have appear on the photos too. Audrey decides to crossover to save Nathan and has Amy take a photo of her, but it doesn't do anything. Something's missing and they need to figure it out fast.

Nathan and Morgan learn about Amy being the source of the trouble and we learn that this Amy is Morgan's former fiancée. Duke has finished sharing, so Mara says that she made a painting trouble in which the painter's subjects would disappear when the painting was complete. For the subjects to cross over, the pictures need to be printed. Duke relays the information to Audrey.

Amy prints the photo and Audrey is immediately transported to the ghost plane. When she arrives, Nathan has noticed that Morgan was holding a knife in a picture on Amy's mantle that was taken the day he disappeared. Just as he has determined that Morgan is the ghost killer, Morgan knocks him out and takes his gun. So when Audrey goes to help Nathan, Morgan stands over her wielding Nathan's gun.

Morgan communicates to Amy through Seth's ghost machine that she should take a picture of herself and come across to end the trouble. Seth doesn't think she should but Amy does anyway. Morgan's pain over the loss of Morgan was what triggered her trouble. When she sees Audrey and Nathan being held captive and learns of all he has done, she realises that the man she loved no longer exists. All four of them are returned to the corporeal world, as Amy lets him and her grief go. Morgan still has a gun on them but Seth comes in and knocks Morgan out.

Vince and Dave toast their success over cocktails at The Grey Gull but the festivities are short-lived when the CDC arrives. Dave runs off before the woman, Dr. Charlotte Cross, can question him. She asks Vince where he is and Vince claims he's upstate.

Haven airs on Fridays on Syfy at 7PM.

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Constantine S01E03 Synopsis: The Devil's Vinyl (11/7)

THE DEVIL'S VINYL (TV-14)

A DESPERATE WIFE MUST MAKE A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL TO SAVE HER HUSBAND'S LIFE -- MICHAEL JAMES SHAW GUEST STARS AS 'PAPA MIDNITE' 

John (Matt Ryan) and Zed (Angélica Celaya) engage in a dangerous confrontation to save a woman and her family from sinister forces. John's efforts force him to confront the darkness in his own life - while also coming face to face with a new powerful adversary in Papa Midnite (guest star Michael James Shaw).

 Harold Perrineau and Charles Halford also star.

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How To Get Away With Murder S1E6 - "Freakin' Whack-a-Mole" Recap


Annalise is distracted during her lesson, which Wes is not present for after his and Annalise's falling out over Sam's photo and the wallpaper. Bonnie comes with news that causes Annalise to dismiss the class, minus the Keating Five. A client of Annalise's, David Allen, in on death row for supposedly murdering his girlfriend. They have been granted a hearing at which they can present new evidence to appeal his sentence, and have only 72 hours to gather things.

During the investigation, the Keating Five discovers that Asher's father, Judge Millstone, was the judge on the original case. Annalise pays a visit to Wes, who blackmails her into getting Rebecca back by whatever means necessary. If she doesn't, he will go to the police with what he knows. Frank and Laurel are still dancing around one another, which hasn't gone unnoticed by Bonnie. Annalise asks Frank to track down Rebecca but not make contact with her. The Keating Five, including Wes, all head out to question people and keep at it with the research.

Connor and Michaela learn that there were suspicions about perjury but Judge Millstone appears to have buried it. Asher doesn't believe his father could have done this at first but then he goes through his office and looks through the records he has kept and finds a missing entry. Asher later confronts his father about the David Allen case, noting how it was right after this case that he was promoted to federal judge. It's clear that his father did cover up the perjury and his father yells at him for being ungrateful, while Asher is left with the harsh reality of what his father has done.

Annalise wants to talk to a drug addict that had been David's alibi but Bonnie delivers the bad news that he overdosed fifteen months ago. Asher goes to Annalise with the information he has on his father. The only thing he wants in return is for his father to be spared and the trophy, something Annalise is more than willing to give him. The team then spend the rest of the night up going through all the files trying to find more to help their case. When everyone has fallen asleep, Laurel follows Frank to the door to try to flirt answers out of him as to whether he's looking for Rebecca. He won't share the information and leaves. Bonnie then pulls Laurel aside and warns her to stop leading Frank on. She says that Frank will be hurt when he realises he doesn't have a shot with Laurel and she shouldn't let this ruin her standing on the team.

Asher trips onto the clue that breaks the case. They determine that the key eye-witness lived in a building owned by Senator Trucco, whom David's murdered girlfriend had filed a junction against in regards to a housing project that would have displaced several lower-income people that were mostly black.

The hearing is underway and Annalise destroys the credibility of the witness who gave the false testimony. She then has them subpoena Senator Trucco to testify in the case. She lays it all out on the line and outright questions Trucco as to whether or not he had David's girlfriend murdered. Annalise delivers a powerful, impassioned speech, also making it clear that race was in play with his plans. Annalise is nearly thrown out of court but it works. Both sides of the case are found to have arguments formed on circumstantial evidence, an investigation is ordered into Senator Trucco's actions, and David is permitted to go free with the guarantee that he can never be re-tried for this crime.

Annalise has had Frank sneak Lila's phone into Griffin's car, but after having the source of the photos cleared so they can't be traced. This in turn makes Griffin appear to be the primary suspect. Wes seems horrified by the morality of what has happened but Annalise reminds him that he had said, "whatever it takes." She then tells him to go pick up Rebecca, as Frank has the address. Laurel outright tells Frank that she isn't interested and he needs to stop pursuing her, wanting to keep things professional.

Rebecca is also shocked by what Annalise has done but she is touched by Wes believing in her in a way she has never had before. She agrees to come back and let Annalise defend her. Sam asks Annalise why she is doing this and she breaks down, saying that even after everything he has done to her she still needs him. Wes and Rebecca arrive at Annalise's place, meeting her and Sam at the door. Nate is spying on them and gets a call from someone who sends photos of Frank planting Lila's phone into Griffin's car.

Flashforward (5 weeks):
Asher dances and celebrates having the trophy in his room while preparing to go to the bonfire. But then he notices it's missing and heads to Annalise's place where the rest of the Keating Five plus Rebecca are hiding from him with Sam's dead body. They consider letting him in and bringing him into the trouble but he leaves before they can come to a consensus, as Michaela texts him to say he's at the library. They later spot Asher crossing the street in front of him when he is on the phone with a woman, who is agreeing to come over. Finally, we see Asher in bed complaining about the group going to party at the bonfire without him after making fun of him for wanting to go, to Bonnie. They've just had sex. She gets a call from a tearful Annalise who asks if she is with Sam. She tells Bonnie that something terrible has happened, as she looks at the spot in her home with the missing rug.

How To Get Away With Murder airs on Thursdays on ABC at 10PM.

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The Big Bang Theory S8E7 - "The Misinterpretation Agitation" Recap


Bernadette tells the girls that she has been selected as one of fifty most beautiful scientists for a magazine article. Amy doesn't approve of this because she thinks women shouldn't have to flaunt their sexuality but Penny says that perhaps if there had been attractive female scientist public figures when she was growing up, she would have pursued the field.

Sheldon meets a middled-aged man with roses and at first believes him to be a delivery man. He's actually a doctor who hoped to impress a flirty pharmaceutical sale rep that makes deliveries to his office. Sheldon is surprised but says nothing to the man when he sees him approach Penny's door. He does however tell Leonard what has just happened. Leonard informs the man that he is engaged to Penny and the man goes to leave, feeling disappointed, till Sheldon invites him in for a hot beverage.

Bernadette tells Amy that the article has been pulled. She is disappointed but Amy says perhaps it's for the best. Amy admits that she's the reason it was pulled because they would not have written this article about male scientists and was in poor taste. Bernadette insults Amy in the heat of the moment, causing Amy to leave.

The doctor then tells them that he is a urinary specialist to the stars and as a result, has amassed a large collection of sci-fi and video game memorabilia. The guys are excited to see the collection some time. The doctor asks Leonard advice on how he got a girl like Penny. Sheldon says Leonard succeeded through implacable, relentless badgering.

Penny comes in and is embarrassed by the situation. She and Leonard step out and she apologises to Leonard but says that it's just like when she was a waitress: she makes more sales when she flirts. He explains how he is still there because Sheldon invited him and Penny says that she's not allowed to fraternise with the doctors outside of work so he needs to leave. But Leonard and the rest of the men end up going with the doctor, Oliver, to see his collection. He also lives with his loud mother, similar to Howard. Sheldon mentions to Oliver that Leonard and Penny's relationship is doomed to fail so he locks the men in the basement, something they don't notice at first because they're enjoying themselves too much.

Oliver goes to try again with Penny but becomes smitten with Amy on the way up and tries to give her the flowers instead. Leonard calls Penny to tell him about getting locked in and Penny forces Oliver to go back and let them out. Bernadette arrives on their way out to apologise to Amy, and ends up peaking Oliver's interest too. When Oliver and the women arrive, Oliver is forced to apologise but they are having too much fun over Leonard's playing Donkey Kong.

The Big Bang Theory airs on Thursdays on CBS at 8PM.

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American Horror Story Freak Show S04E04 Recap: Edward Mordrake Pt. 2

The Freak Show remains quiet on Halloween, with Edward Mordrake's eerie green fog accompanies his ghost around as he questions other freaks looking for the one to add to his troupe. So far he has not found the one pure freak to add to his group. He makes them all confess their sin, telling him how they came to be a part of the show. He wants their darkest moments. The woman with no legs stabbed a man she was jealous of, though he had inspired to perform. The microcephalics, Pepper and Salty, dance around innocently, not a care in the world or even notice that Mordrake is watching them. Paul sought solace in the dark, he came during the depression though. People hated his deformity, and he hated them, wanted to make them fear him, so he tattooed his body, but not his handsome face. He could have ruled the world with a different body. None of them are the one he's looking for.

Mordrake pays Elsa a visit. He wishes to see her deformity, but she's not ready to show him it yet, she needs to talk. She thinks him the man that will launch her career, but he bursts her bubble. He calls out her delusion, calling her a waste of air. She tells him to get out, thinking him a fake, but he's very real. His freaks grab hold of her, pulling her prosthetic legs from her body, as she screams that she is not one of them. She pretends to be the zoo keeper of the freaks, but she's very much one of them.

Jimmy and Maggie run out of gas. Maggie thinks it's Jimmy's way of making a move on her, and she lashes out at him, but that's not his intention at all. With the curfew in effect, Jimmy thinks that they should get off the road and hide, but Maggie knows the intentions of men. Jimmy insists that she isn't his type, but she knows that in the dark men are less picky, and doesn't believe him that pretty faces aren't his type. He tells her that she has nothing to worry about from him, she should worry more about the townies, they only tolerate them because their freakishness makes them feel better about themselves. A car approaches, and Maggie follows Jimmy into hiding.

The bratty brother is finally awake in the bus, and he wonders if he's going to die. The picnicing girl has no intention of dying there, and she doesn't think that he will either. The little boy is asleep, weak from hunger. She tries to get the brother to untie her as Twisty returns. He opens the cage, and she makes a move. She shoulders Twisty out of the way, and runs off. The brother sits and cowers with fear as she runs away.

Jimmy and Maggie navigate the shadows trying to make it back to camp. They spot the girl running for her life, with the demented clown on her trail. The pair hides, waiting and watching as the clown takes her down, knocking her out and scoops her up to return her. Jimmy follows the clown to see if he can help the girl, and Maggie has no choice but to tag along.

Elsa rights herself, trying to seduce Mordrake, but he's beyond seduction. He wants her misery only, her pair. 1932 sexual depravity hit all corners. Whatever you wanted you can have it, and Elsa found herself in the middle of it. She was a myth, the star even there. She never let her clients touch her, unlike the other whores, she dominated them on every level. In time she attracted clients and audiences. She called the watchers, she didn't know their names, only that they paid well. In the end she was nothing, she became a ghost. But that's not the worse. Mordrake wants more.

Jimmy and Maggie watch the clown as he goes back to the bus. Jimmy cautions Maggie, wants her to stay while he gets a closer look. He peers inside, and he knows that the guy is a killer. Before he can go get the cops, Twisty's spoiled sidekick Dandy knocks out Jimmy. Now it's time for the real show.

Hotel Olympia, 1932. Elsa was the top seller, but this time was different. Drunk, she shows up, and the camera's roll. The man offers her a drink. She was all alone, for the film which was off. She was utterly powerless, but even drugged it wasn't enough to dull the pain as they bound her and cut off her legs. They left her there to die, but one of her clients had fallen in love with her. He followed her everywhere, and rushed in the minute they left. She never forgave him for it. The film was passed around everywhere. She was a star, but her career was over. She had the most beautiful legs. Mordrake's other face tells him that she is the one, and Elsa is ready for him to take her, but as she begs him to take her he hesitates. He hears music.

In the woods, the show is starting, and music sounds as Twisty plays off key. Dandy announces his act. He plans to saw Tiny Tits (Maggie) in half. Jimmy awakens as the show begins, and he knocks out Dandy to save Maggie. Twisty claps an applause, and Jimmy tells everyone to run. Twisty manages to grab only Jimmy and brings him back to his bus. As he raises his scissors over Jimmy, he stops, noticing Mordrake. Mordrake wants to see the show though.

Dandy screams at his former hostages. He wants to finish his show. Maggie points them into the direction of the road, telling them to call the police as Maggie leads Dandy away. He trips over a log. She ruined his Halloween.

Mordrake tries to get Twisty to open up, but he remains silent. He wants him to remove his mask, to tell him his story. Twisty's jaw is all but gone, he's not able to do much more than make some noise. Mordrake tells him to slow, and focus so that he can understand him. It was 1943, and he was the special Chidren's clown in a traveling carnival. He loved the children, but not the freaks, they were mean. One night, two little people invite him to join them for a smoke around the fire. It burns his throat, and the teasing goes on. One of the guys accuses him of molesting the kids, they scare him, telling him that the cops are coming for him, and the poor simpleton believes and runs off. News travels quickly in the carnival circles, and he went home, but his mother had died, so he sought solace in his bus. He had the idea that he would turn trash into gold, he tried to sell his creations to a toy store, but the toy maker refused to buy them. He tried to interest one little boy in his toy, but only scared him and his mother. The Toy maker alludes that he's one of those people who do bad things to kids, and Twisty freaks out. He's not a bad person. Depressed, he tries to commit suicide, but he's so dumb he can't even do that right, and managed to only blow off his jaw with the shotgun. That's when he had a new idea. He haunted the freak show. It's a sad tale a pitiful one, but Mordrake wants more. Twisty saved the kids from the freaks. The children forgot that they loved him, and the freaks were stealing them once more. He tells Mordrake how came up with a show for the child that he took, scare the crap out of is more like it. How things happened aren't quite how he remembers them. Is the end of out twisted clown? He was nice and didn't make the child do any chores, though he did kill his mother. He even got a pretty babysitter for him, no mention of the boyfriend he killed. He believes he's good, and Mordrake's other face renders his decision. Mordrake has met many, but only Twisty has caused the demon to weep. Mordrake drives his sword into Twisty's stomach as Jimmy watches from the bus. The dead troupe claim their newest member, welcoming him into their fold. In death his jaw is restored, he's whole, and he has a new home. Jimmy hides before the ghosts can see him.

Dandy comes back to find Twisty dead. He takes up Twisty's fallen mask, and slides into his serial killer state. Sirens sound in the distance, which aren't nearly as comforting as they should be to Jimmy.

Morning has arrived. The detectives look around the scene of Twisty's and Dandy's last act. One questions Maggie asking if she ever saw the faces of her almost killers, but she didn't, the sawer had a mask. Another detective focuses on Jimmy, asking if he recognized the voices. He didn't. The detective tells Maggie that she's a hero, she got the others back to their families safely, but she insists the real hero is Jimmy. The other detective takes a more accusatory stance, acting as if Jimmy was in on the whole thing, even threatening to take him in. Jimmy isn't taking his crap though, and tells him to write his name down so he knows how to spell it when he goes to the reporters. He alludes that the real killer is them, they killed Meep and he didn't deserve to die, someone is going to pay.

Maggie and Jimmy arrive back at the show, and Elsa gives them an icy reception, thinking they've been out lollygagging all night. Being turned down by Mordrake is rubbing her the wrong way. Jimmy announces that the curfew has been lifted. Maggie tells Elsa that they caught the killer, rather Jimmy did, and that because of him the kids were saved. She gives Jimmy a kiss before leaving him, her opinion of him has changed. Jimmy may be reconsidering his type. Elsa sees that Maggie has cast a spell on Jimmy. Elsa tells him about Mordrake visiting, Jimmy knows he saw him claim his freak. People arrive at the show, and Elsa is sure that they're getting ready to drive them away, but they aren't. One of the fathers has come to thank Jimmy, he saved his son and his town. The people embrace the freaks, and Jimmy searches out Maggie's face, unsure of the reception. Elsa uses the good fortune to tell everyone about the evening's show. Dell drunkenly stumbles from his trailer to see Jimmy surrounded by the townspeople being enbraced.

Elsa and the others ready for a big show. She has news for the embittered Dot and Bette. They have a sold out show, and she's changing around the show. Dot thinks that now that there's a sold out show they'll be warming up for her, but she's doing no such thing. They're warming up for the pinheads. They were last week's big news, and that banner has been taken down. Mansfield now Richard Spencer comes stumbling in. He'd wanted to buy a ticket,but the show is sold out. He hands Elsa his card, claiming to be a talent scout, and she makes room for him.


Dandy returns home looking more a mess than normal. Dora is still not impressed by him, and she reminds him that Halloween is over. She wants him to take a tray to his mother, who is exhausted after trying to find him a better costume. When Dandy just stands there, Dora demands that he move out of her way so that she can take the tray up herself. He slashes her throat, and Dora bleeds out on the floor as Dandy sits there laughing.

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Arrow S03E04 Recap: The Magician

Nyssa holds Oliver and Roy at arrow point still. She wants to know where Sara is. She can for the league to Starling City a few weeks ago, and she hasn't been heard from since. Oliver barely needs to say anything, Nyssa knows. She asks if it was an arrow, and where the body is before she runs off with barely an explanation and the location of her grave. Oliver knows that she knows something and sends Roy off to follow her discreetly.

Oliver meets up with Thea. He's late as usual, but in decent spirits. Oliver tells her that dinner is on him. Thea thought that he was broke. She isn't exactly anymore. She missed her club, and it turns out that a lot of other people did too, and she has investors. Its great news, but Oliver can't help but notice how different she is now that she's returned. He asks if she's dating someone new, and Thea hopes he's not asking for Roy. She's not dishing, and asks him to just be her big brother.

Past. Oliver trails someone, but he doesn't look like a terrorist. Oliver doesn't like the fact that Amanda is treating him like a gun she can just point whenever she wants.

Laurel gets some company at Sara's grave. Nyssa has come to pay her respects. She gives her condolences to Laurel, but Laurel doesn't want them. Her sister died with arrows in her chest, which would have never happened had she not met Nyssa. Nyssa and her father unleashed a darkness within Sara that she was never able to escape. Sara had darkness inside her long before Nyssa came along, Nyssa found her and protected her. She loved Sara dearly.

Roy reports in on Nyssa's whereabouts. Nyssa looks over the bare room that was Sara's. Oliver surprises her, but Nyssa doesn't want to talk. Oliver could use her help to take down the person who killed Sara, but Nyssa doesn't need his help. The house was Sara's safehouse, and Oliver finds some of her favorite food there. He surmises that her target was likely her killer. Nyssa reveals that Sara came to check out some whispers she'd heard that an enemy of the league was in Starling City, that Malcolm Merlin was still alive. Merlin was a member of the League of Assassins until he was released from his vow so long as he lived by the rules. He did not. The League thought that Arrow had killed him, but then there were rumor's that Moira had helped him fake his death. Now it appears that he has resurfaced. Sara had tracked him to the city, she was going to retrace his steps. Using a flame they find Sara's last note. She may have reached out to her father for help.

Quinton Lance scolds his men, as his chief asked, but rewards his men for a job well done with a round on him. Laurel asks about something Sara had called her about, Jansen. Lance takes a seat to explain a little. Sara had come and asked him to say nothing to Laurel about Jansen. He worries that she's getting in over her head, but she says she isn't. Lance asks about Nyssa, who's just walked into the precinct. Laurel speaks to her in private. Her father doesn't know about Sara yet, he has a heart condition. Nyssa believes he has a right to avenge his daughter. Nyssa is biting her tongue for Sara's sake, both of them are. Lance barely recognizes Nyssa outside her costume, and asks if Sara is in town too. Nyssa lies, telling him she isn't but that she sends her love. Lance gives Laurel the information on Jansen. Sara had promised no assassinating, Nyssa promises only justice.

Team Arrow follows up on Sara's last lead with Nyssa. She goes off before they can get their game plan fully out there. The boys split up to canvass the place, only Diggle is without a cool costume or a quiver of arrows. Arrow thinks that he has eyes on Jansen and Nyssa, but he doesn't have eyes on Jansen at all. Diggle and Roy have found that Jansen is dead. The man that Nyssa has closed in on is Merlin himself. He's prepared for her though, and uses a flash bomb to disappear before she can take him out or Arrow can assist. Arrow manages to nick him as he makes his getaway.

They return to the lair. Laurel wants to know if they found Sara's killer, and Oliver breaks the news that Merlin is still alive, Sara was tracking him, and they think that he caught up to her first. Even though Merlin escaped them, Oliver managed to hit him with an arrow laced with nanites, and they have a program thanks to Felicity to trace him. Laurel is upset that Oliver shot Merlin but didn't kill him. Oliver isn't a killer anymore, he can find Merlin anywhere he goes now. How many more people have to die before Oliver is willing to kill him. Laurel leaves in anger, and Nyssa goes with her. Roy heads to Thea's just in case Merlin contacts her, and Diggle gets to man the idiot-proof tracking program while Oliver hits the streets.

Past. Oliver follows his mark, who isn't as innocent as he appears. Oliver grabs him, stabbing him through the heart. His job is done.

Laurel isn't really in the mood to talk after the bombs that have been dropped. Nyssa understands. She promised Sara and now shes promising Laurel that she will find Merlin. They had Merlin, and Laurel doesn't want him slipping away again. She wants Nyssa to do whatever it takes to put an end to Merlin, once and for all.

Roy heads to the club, but gets an icy welcome from Thea. There is still a lot of stuff to be done before the club reopens. Roy offers to help as just friends, and Thea agrees.

Diggle gives Arrow Merlin's location. They decide to not give Nyssa the information for fear that she kill Merlin before they can get answers. Merlin isn't at the warehouse. He figured out Arrow's little secret, and although he too wants to talk, he'd rather it be on his own terms. He chooses a very public place, and tells Arrow to come alone. Should he have company, Merlin won't show.

Oliver arrives completely alone. Merlin greets him happily, impressed with how far the city has come with Oliver watching over it. Merlin chose the very public place for safety. He knows Sara was murdered, and he knows there's a bounty on his head. Oliver struggles with his whole no kill vow. Ra's Al Ghul placed the blood bounty on his head, there's no reason that Merlin would kill the love of his daughter's life when he was trying to get it lifted. Sara died trailing him, it seems a little too coincidental. Merlin came back for the simplest and nobelist reasons, Thea. Thea was almost killed by Slade's men. Oliver thought that Thea had made it out before the attacks, but she didn't. While he was running around playing hero, it was Merlin that protected her. He plans to stay at a distance from Thea, but he will protect her, since Oliver continues to prove that he cannot. He swears on Thea's life that he is not Sara's killer.

It's a new day, a new meeting with Thea. Oliver looks exhausted. He promised Thea that there will be no more secrets, no more lies, and he wants to open up to her. He thinks he knows what their mother was going to tell them on the night that she died. He asks about the train station. She was attacked by one of Slade's men. She lies that she thinks a police officer shot him. Oliver breaks it to her that it was Merlin, and she looks unhappy about the revelation, as if she wasn't keeping the same secret. Her lying could use a little work, her poker face sucks. Oliver tells her not to worry though, that if he was going to contact her he would have done so by now. Thea excuses herself with a call, and Oliver wonders if she's okay. She tells him she is, but he's not completely buying it.

Nyssa returns looking for Oliver. She isn't happy to hear that they met with Merlin without her. Oliver informs her that Merlin didn't kill Sara. He swore on his daughter's life. The league had heard that he had a child, but didn't know the identity of the child. Oliver confesses that Thea is that child, to Roy's dismay. Thea is the reason that Merlin came to Sterling City, he's there to protect her. In his own twisted way he loves Thea, and he swore on her life that he is not the killer. And Nyssa swore that she would kill Sara's killer, which she still believes is Merlin. Oliver tries to stop her, but Diggle reasons with Oliver. He understands all of the reasons that Oliver can't kill Merlin, but irregardless of whether he killed Sara or not, Merlin is still bad news and the world is better off if he isn't in it. Oliver may have made a no kill vow, but Nyssa did not.

Past. Oliver returns to Maseo's home. His wife isn't there. She isn't happy that Oliver is there, and Oliver isn't happy that he is there either. Oliver had to kill a man that day. Maseo reminds him what's at stake. They don't always need to know why they're carrying out a mission, but sometimes they have to be carried out anyways. Oliver never knew a conscious could be such a burden. Oliver tries to get Maseo's son to let him use his computer. He barters computer time for candy. He gets on the internet for all of a second before demanding a meeting with Amanda Waller.

Roy continues to help out Thea with her club. It gives him something to focus on, and she likes his company, but is a little remiss that he's not still trying to get in her pants. Why are there even pants where Roy is concerned? Nyssa drops in on the couple, all assassin garbed. Roy jumps to protect her, but Nyssa hits him with a tranq dart. Thea steps in as menacing as a kitten. Nyssa didn't come to harm Roy, she came for Thea.

Merlin looks for Thea at her apartment, but she isn't there. He sees some purple smoke signals, and doesn't like it.

Laurel isn't happy to learn that Merlin is back and alive, and that he's Thea's father. Having just been initiated into the circle of trust she isn't pleased to find that there are still secrets. When she struck out looking for Nyssa or Thea, she looked for strange and found that purple smoke bomb. Sara never said much about the League, but she did say their communication system was a little outdated. Oliver springs into action with a plan. Laurel is sorry for sending Nyssa after Merlin, and she reminds him that although he may not be a killer that Merlin is.

Thea hangs upside down, and the look is not a good one on her. Nyssa apologizes for putting her through this, but it is necessary. Being bait sucks. Nyssa is after the Magician, Merlin. Nyssa thinks that he will die when she catches him. Her father may be the demon by Thea's is the devil. An arrow cuts Thea down, and Arrow catches her, sending her off to safety. Arrow and Nyssa go for a little hand to hand when Merlin joins the party. There's a little misunderstanding, but Nyssa is still not listening, willing to take on both men rather than hear what he has to say. Merlin pins Nyssa, and Arrow disarms him. Nyssa calls for Merlin's blood, but he remains adamant that he did not kill Sara. Instead he points that her own father doubted Sara's loyalties the moment she was brought home. She knows what her father is capable of and they both know what he is capable of. Merlin turns his attention to Oliver. If he doesn't believe him, he suggests that he kill him. Merlin turns to walk away, and Oliver raises his arrow. He could have him arrested, but Merlin would get away in no time. There is no prison that could hold him, which only leaves him the option to break his own vow and kill him. Oliver can't kill his sister's father.

Thea is okay. She doesn't know who took her. Nyssa punches Oliver, upset that he let Merlin go. He loved Sara at one time, and he will kill the person who actually killed her. He warns Nyssa that as long as Merlin is in his city, that he is under his protection and that the League will make no move against him. Nyssa is shocked to hear that he would incur the wrath of the League of Assassins and warns that he made an enemy that night. Oliver will do what he has to to find the truth. Laurel makes sure that he's sure, and he is. Felicity arrive as Nyssa leaves, missing all the fun.

Past. Amanda Waller isn't very happy to be summoned by one of her operatives, and she hates Hong Kong. She knows all about his past, and he needs to know more. He asks about the USB drive that the man he murdered killed, who had information about something she'd rather not come to light. Dead men can tell no tales, but Oliver is anything but, and warns her that he can have the information in the hands of every blogger if anything happens to Maseo's family. The world is more complicated though. Waller took out an entire plane to take out one woman, one that he saved. Chen Na Wey is in Hong Kong, and she needs to know why.

Laurel gives a bag a good beating when Nyssa comes to say a goodbye, she felt she owed her that. It pains them both to know that Sara's killer is still out there. Nyssa notices that she's been training. Back the cemetary she would have told her that she wasn't strong enough, but now she sees soemthing different in Laurel.

Quinton leaves his daughter another message. He misses her, and wants to hear her voice. He's worried about her, and he wants her to remember that he loves her.

Oliver goes to check on Thea, but it's not her first time being kidnapped. He tells her that he spoke with Lance, and the woman who kidnapped her won't be bothering her again, that she probably thought that the Queens still had money. She thanks him for checking on her, when Roy arrives. He didn't want to interrupts, but Oliver was leaving anyways. Roy has the same worried look on his face, but she's really fine. Roy apologizes for not being able to protect her. She appreciated his moves. He offers to be a bouncer, but Thea offer him an assistant manager position, and he accepts. Thea leaves to take another call, its Merlin. She assures him that Oliver is still in the dark, and she thanks her father for taking care of her. He promised that no one would ever hurt her, and he intends to keep it.


Nyssa returns home and reports that Merlin is indeed in Starling City. Ra's Al Ghul asks about Sara, and Nyssa informs him that she was killed. She swore a blood oath to avenge her, but he negates it. Sara was never really one of them. He asks Oliver's position, and isn't pleased to hear that he's vowed to protect Merlin, seeing it as a call to war.

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Once Upon A Time S04E06 Synopsis: “FAMILY BUSINESS” (11/2)

EMMA HAS NO MEMORY OF THE SNOW QUEEN EVER BEING HER FOSTER MOTHER -- NOT KNOWING THAT SHE DOESN’T POSSESS THE REAL DAGGER, BELLE ATTEMPTS TO GET RUMPLESTILTSKIN TO REVEAL THE SNOW QUEEN’S HIDING PLACE, AND BACK IN THE PAST IN ARENDELLE, BELLE BEFRIENDS ANNA AND SEEKS HER ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING A TROLL WHO CAN HELP HER REGAIN HER LOST MEMORIES THAT HIDE THE FATE OF HER MOTHER,
ON ABC’S “ONCE UPON A TIME”

John Rhys-Davies (“The Lord of the Rings,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark”) Voices Grand Pabbie

            “Family Business” – The race is on to track down the elusive Snow Queen, who was once a foster mother to a young Emma – whose memories of this event have been erased – in order to discover what her ultimate end game is for Elsa and the residents of Storybrooke, and unaware that she does not possess the real blade that controls The Dark One, Belle attempts to use it to get her reluctant husband to show her where the Snow Queen is hiding. Meanwhile, back in the past, Belle travels to Arendelle and, with Anna’s help, seeks out Grand Pabbie to help her regain her lost memories in order to discover the fate of her mother, on “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Once Upon a Time” stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David Nolan, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry, Michael Socha as Will Scarlet and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.

            Guest starring are Sean Maguire as Robin Hood, Georgina Haig as Elsa, Elizabeth Lail as Anna, Elizabeth Mitchell as Snow Queen, Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff, John Rhys-Davies as Grand Pabbie, Christie Laing as Marian, Frances O’Connor as Colette, Eric Keenleyside as Maurice, Jason Burkart as Little John, Darcey Johnson as Oaken and Garfield Wilson as guard.

            ”Family Business” was written by Kalinda Vazquez & Andrew Chambliss and directed by Mario Van Peebles.

“Once Upon a Time” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format with a 5.1 channel surround sound. This program carries a TV-PG,V parental guideline.

For more information on “Once Upon a Time,” visit ABC.com/Once

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Selfie S01E07 Synopsis: Here's This Guy (11/11)



ELIZA RESOLVES TO PUT AN END TO HENRY’S BIGGEST DISTRACTION,

ON ABC’S “SELFIE”

 “Landline” – When Eliza discovers that a distracted Henry wants to drastically reduce their mentoring sessions, she resolves to put an end to Henry’s biggest distraction -- his new lady friend, Julia, on “Selfie,” TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.

“Selfie” stars Karen Gillan as Eliza, John Cho as Henry, Da’Vine Joy Randolph as Charmonique, Allyn Rachel as Bryn, and David Harewood as Sam.

Guest staring Giacomo Gianniotti as Freddy, Allison Miller as Julia, Matthew Cardarople as Charlie, Brian Huskey as Larry, Kelsey Ford as Prue, Sapir Azulay as Thistle, Patrick Carlyle as Bathazar, and Joel Swetow as Dr. Oszkar Nagyvari.

“Landline” was written by Brian Chamberlayne and directed by Christine Gernon. “Selfie” is executive produced by Emily Kapnek and is produced by Piece of Pie Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

  “Selfie” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound. This program carries a TV-14,D parental guideline.

For more information on “Selfie,” visit ABC.com/Selfie.

Twitter @SelfieABC, #Selfie

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S2E6 - "A Fractured House" Recap


Hydra sends some agents in to the UN to take out a number of dignitaries with Obelisk, all which claiming to be SHIELD and further sully the organisation's name. The Obelisk throws disks that makes people turn to ash. Skye and Simmons monitor Ward, who wakes up every morning at 5:30 on the dot to train despite not having a clock or any light to indicate what time it is.

Coulson sends May, Morse, and Hunter to Japan to go after the man who made the weapons, Toshiro Mori. Lance isn't all that comfortable to be back in the field with his ex-wife but Coulson tells him to stay focused on the mission. Surprisingly, General Talbot doesn't believe that SHIELD was responsible but senator Christian Ward (WARD???) tells him to put SHIELD in the ground. Talbot would rather take a level-headed approach but Christian Ward isn't hearing any of it.

Simmons comes to the lab and starts talking with Fitz. She asks for some help repairing a damaged hard drive she stole from Hydra. She wants to things to be as they were but he's not the same man and he hasn't healed from the wounds she left either. Fitz tells her outright that he's different now and she left when he needed help and someone to support him through his recovery. He was worried about her and doesn't understand why she left. She doesn't have a good answer for him, though.

Skye goes to ask Ward about his older brother and he warns her that Christian's dangerous and only cares about inflicting pain. Ward doesn't want to share information on his brother but Coulson ends the conversations, saying they have what they need.

The team in Japan is ready to have Bobbis go in and use her Hydra cover to try to get to Toshiro but May warns her to get out if she senses anything is off. Bobbi gets intel on the weapons and the Obelisk but Lance goes running out when they intercept a message that Bobbi is to be taken out. Cute the shoot-out and some epic butt-kicking, after which the team gets off free and Lance and Bobbi engage in some quality bickering.

Coulson pays a visit to Christian in his office. It's quite the move and Coulson messes with Christian's speech and his phone. Coulson tells him about Whitehall and the truth about the attack. Christian says the American public just need a public enemy so Coulson drops a bomb - that Ward is Hydra and he has him stowed in the basement. Christian appears concerned for Ward's well-being and is worried that he might have been tortured. Coulson says he knows about the well but Christian says that Ward is not who he seems and that all he tells are lies. While Christian is warning Coulson about Ward, Ward is doing the same thing to Skye, saying that Christian will do whatever it takes to manipulate people to his will. While Skye is ready to hear everything Ward has to say about her father, Coulson makes arrangements to have Ward handed over to Christian.

Ward says that Skye's mother is dead, having been killed by Hydra agents that had hunted down that family. Skye's father tore a village apart after learning he'd lost his family in a single day. Ward has connections, people he can talk to, to help them find her father. Skye thanks Ward for sharing everything he knows and says that he is being transferred. He will be placed into his brother's custody, and presumably be publicly denounced as a terrorist, and Christian will overturn his anti-SHIELD policies.

The field team has followed their lead to Belgium but the rest of the team puts together the fact that the target in Belgium is a ruse by Hydra so that a team of assassins can go after the field team and take them out.

Ward is trying to plead his case to Coulson but Coulson tells Ward he is not nor will he ever be a part of the team again. He is no longer of use. Ward asks whose idea it was to put him on trial and notes the political benefits this will have for Christian.

Multiple SHIELD members are murdered, but of course May, Hunter, and Morse are still alive by the end of it. They arrive at the safe house where Lance provides a distraction so May and Bobbi can come crashing through the windows and all kick off an epic fight against the team of Hydra mercs. It's but a small victory given all the fellow agents that died but the fight carries on.

Simmons goes to thank Mac for helping Fitz and being his friend but Mac says that Fitz doesn't need any help. He tells Simmons off, and that she left after he told her how he felt. He also points out that she just makes him worse and she says she knows. "Why do you think I left?"

Ward cooperates as Coulson hands him over to a military escort. Meanwhile, Christian is giving a speech about his brother being a member of Hydra. Talbot is meeting with May to apprehend the remaining Hydra members and he respectfully acknowledges the loss of her fallen comrades. Ward tells Coulson to tell Skye this doesn't change anything and that he keeps his promises. Christian is promising that Ward will be punished for his crimes and it's then that Ward breaks out of his restraints and takes out the guards escorting him.

A man walks into a tattoo shop, saying tonight they finish it. He says the pain helps him remember and we see that his torso is covered in the alien markings that Coulson has been carving.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs on Tuesdays on ABC at 9PM.

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NORMAN REEDUS, JON BERNTHAL, And More Announced For WALKER STALKER CON New York/New Jersey December 13 & 14, 2014


NORMAN REEDUS, JON BERNTHAL, AND MORE ANNOUNCED FOR WALKER STALKER CON NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY DECEMBER 13 & 14, 2014

Meadowlands, NJ – In addition to the 32 guests previously announced, Walker Stalker Con has announced that Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Manu Bennett, and Seth Gilliam, will be attending the convention, located at the Meadowlands Exposition Center on December 13 & 14, 2014.

Walker Stalker Con, a zombie and horror themed fan-centric convention, will be held at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ on December 13 & 14, 2014. Fan access to celebrity guests will be the primary focus of this event.

In Atlanta, GA on October 2014, Walker Stalker Con returned to Walker Stalker Con’s inaugural city, where it assembled more “The Walking Dead” cast members than any convention ever before, along with other actors from zombie and horror films.

Walker Stalker Con is not just a convention. It is a fan meet-up and an opportunity for each guest to come away
feeling like they’ve had an amazing experience and have become part of a greater community of zombie lovers! Walker Stalker Con is two days of events, panels, and experiences that zombie fans won’t find anywhere else!
Confirmed guests for the convention include (with more to be announced):

David Morrissey / Steven Yeun / Chandler Riggs
Scott Wilson / Emily Kinney / Lauren Cohan
Sarah Wayne Callies / Michael Rooker / Greg Nicotero
Michael Cudlitz / Josh McDermitt / Lawrence Gilliard Jr
Sonequa Martin-Green / Brighton Sharbino / Jeff Kober
IronE Singleton / Alanna Masterson / Christian Serratos
Jay Bonansinga / Eugene Clark / Melissa Hutchison
Chad Coleman / Andrew Rothenberg / Judith O’Dea
Russ Streiner / Kyra Schon / Howard Sherman
Terry Alexander / Lori Cardille / Tate Steinsiek
Zach Galligan

The full event schedule can be found at
http://walkerstalkercon.us8.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=c419cc2ced13e931f32be4e38&id=6c1f1b0806&e=27df263f59

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Sleepy Hollow S02E09 Synopsis: Mama (11/17)

--“SLEEPY HOLLOW”—(9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720P-DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1
"SLEEPY HOLLOW"

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM PST CC HDTV 720P Dolby Digital 5.1 -(TV-14 L, V):
ABBIE AND JENNY COME FACE-TO-FACE WITH THEIR PAST ON AN ALL-NEW “SLEEPY HOLLOW” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, ON FOX

A series of mysterious deaths at Tarrytown Psych leads Abbie and Ichabod to discover that an especially surprising spirit is involved in the all-new "Mama" episode of SLEEPY HOLLOW airing Monday, Nov. 17 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SLH-209) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane; Nicole Beharie as Lt. Abbie Mills; Orlando Jones as Captain Frank Irving; Katia Winter as Katrina Crane; John Noble as Henry Parish, Lyndie Greenwood as Jenny Mills.

Guest Cast: Aunjanue Ellis as Lori Mills; Matt Barr as Nick Hawley

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Gotham S01E09 Synopsis: Harvey Dent (11/17)


“GOTHAM”—(8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720P-DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1
"GOTHAM"

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM PST CC HDTV 720P Dolby Digital 5.1 -(TV-14 D, L, V):
HARVEY DENT ATTEMPTS TO HAULT GOTHAM’S CRIME CIRCUIT ON AN ALL-NEW “GOTHAM” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, ON FOX

Trying to close the Wayne murder case, a young Harvey Dent (guest star Nicholas D’ Agosto) encourages Gordon to team up with Mayor James (guest star Richard Kind). Meanwhile, Penguin makes contact with Mooney’s secret weapon, Liza (guest star Mackenzie Leigh), in the all-new “Harvey Dent” episode of GOTHAM airing Monday, Nov. 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (GTH-109) (TV-14 D, L, V)

Cast: Ben McKenzie as Detective James Gordon, Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, Jada Pinkett Smith as Fish Mooney, Sean Pertwee as Alfred, Robin Lord Taylor as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin, Erin Richards as Barbara Kean, David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne, Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle/the future Catwoman, Zabryna Guevara as Captain Sarah Essen, Cory Michael Smith as Edward Nygma/the future Riddler, Victoria Cartagena as Renee Montoya, Andrew Stewart Jones as Crispus Allen, John Doman as Carmine Falcone

Guest Cast: Richard Kind as Mayor James, Drew Powell as Butch Gilzean, Mackenzie Leigh as Liza, Nicholas D’Agosto as Harvey Dent, Leslie Odom Jr. as Ian Hargrove, Luke Forbes as John Hargrove

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