Vanessa has a bit of a naughty streak, eh? Still not enough to save face. She’s a terrible representative of Canada
If someone stacked cheese on my head while I was sleeping, I would shred their rose ceremony dresses to pieces.
Back at the motel, Norman scans the registry book, searching for Jim Blackwell. He’s not registered. Norman looks through the wallet and finds a receipt. The date matches the date of one of his recent blackouts. Surprise, surprise.
The hostages are safely with the FBI, but Will is not. He was kidnapped and apparently Dayana is his kidnapper. Lydia has entrusted Alex to go back into the trenches and not only save Will, but find the drives Lydia hid before the AIC does.
Beware the wolf in sheep’s clothing; that’s exactly what the Royals have in their midst. The family is being played by one person they hold dear and Robert’s coronation day will reveal the source of the darkness lingering through the palace. After his secret tunnel
Now that the OG crew is back together again, Alex, Rayna, Ryan and Will have to get the hundreds of hostages safely out of enemy territory. It’ll be a challenge for the group since they still don’t know who the terrorists hiding among them are.
Before the start of the 5th and final season of Bates Motel, let’s review the fantastically dramatic Season 4 finale. It was worthy of “finale” status and gives us a Bates fix to hold us over until February 20th. Although I knew Norma’s death was
Nick is clearly troubled by his on-again-off-again feelings for these contestants. What is he worried about, exactly?