Penguin plots his comeback with a little help from a new friend. Jim Gordon and his Uncle Frank part ways after the Court’s plans become clear. And young Bruce Wayne wakes up to find that he damn sure ain’t in Kansas, well Gotham, anymore. As
Spencer and Emily have taken their turns on the board and the Liars have already figured out that the game wants to send them somewhere. Unfortunately, they have to receive all the puzzle pieces before they know their final destination. So who is next? Hanna
The team has been exposed, President Haas might get impeached and Alex has turned to the dark side. Well, that’s at least what she want the Collaborators to think. The fate of America, once again, is in Alex’s hands. The House of Representatives is officially
GTL: Games, texts and lies is all the Liars know these days. They’re trying to figure out Liar’s Lament and what it means for their futures. Spencer is trying to find Mary Drake, Hanna is trying to start her fashion career, Ali is debating whether
All 8 Collaborators have been revealed thanks to Sebastian. While it may seem like a win for the team, their mission is far from over. Just knowing who their enemies might seem like they have the upper hand, but really, it puts the target directly
Gotham is back after the winter hiatus and things seem to be rather subdued, for Gotham City anyway. Ed Nygma has a bit of an identity crisis. Jim Gordon takes some time to reconnect with family. And young Bruce Wayne gets in to an altercation,
Okay, any episode that opens with an axe-wielding Jessica Lange reenacting scenes from Strait Jacket (Joan Crawford’s 1964 B-movie campfest) gets my vote for best installment of any show ever. There’s something indescribably sublime about seeing talented actors painstakingly recreate sheer crap (albeit wildly entertaining crap). And when Feud reconstructs, they get it right, down to the wallpaper.
Up until now, the fireworks have all been of the “may have” and “was rumored to” variety, but it’s really, really true that—snubbed by the Academy for an Oscar nomination (Bette and Joan had shared lead billing in Baby Jane, making both eligible for the “Best Actress” honor)—Joan campaigned not only to be a presenter, but to accept the award for any Best Actress nominee who could not attend. Touché!