After an unexpected shooting, Tandy beings to recover from a car accident, but the impact of this event has, again, put her on a new path. Meanwhile, Tyrone attempts to deal with the burning rage and overwhelming fear within him, which leads him to a Voodoo priestess.
On Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger Season 1 Episode 3, “Stained Glass,” Tyrone and Tandy’s lives are put on course to always overlap with one another’s. While dealing with the aftermath of all of the shitty things that have happened recently in her life, Tandy tries to leave New Orleans for good.
Stranded on Argo City, Kara, Alura, and Mon-El attempt to find a way back to Earth, or at least a way to warn their friends at the DEO that danger is coming. Meanwhile, Sam’s condition worsens.
On Supergirl Season 3 Episode 22, “Make It Reign,” the three sisters attempt to revive Reign from her dormant state as their plan to turn Earth into the next Krypton goes into effect. Elsewhere, as Reign gets stronger, Sam gets weaker, and time is almost up for Sam to make her final recovery and escape from the Worldkiller mess. Will death be her future?
It’s body positivity week at Scarlet, and the girls are having some work issues.
On The Bold Type Season 2 Episode 3, “The Scarlet Letter,” tension arises at Scarlet when Sutton is put in charge of a photoshoot, and Kat asks her to hire Adena. Meanwhile, Jane struggles to find work after being fired from Incite.
The story of Tandy and Tyrone begins long before their powers become the defining quality of their lives. Instead, as children, the two recall a time not long ago that changed everything about themselves and set them on new paths.
On Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger Season 1 Episode 1, “First Light,” Tandy and Tyrone’s lives are thrown off by an accident at Roxxon Corporation which, unbeknownst to them, altered them in ways they are just beginning to figure out. The night their bodies changed is also the night both lost those they were closest with—Tandy’s father and Tyrone’s brother—and it changed their futures and set them on a path to (eventually) take on Roxxon for the damages they’ve caused.
Dolores finds her father again. Angela says “Welcome to Westworld” again. Teddy takes some people down again. And Bernard becomes the puppet yet again.
On Westworld Season 2 Episode 7, “Les Ecorches,” which in French means “the tormented”, which illustrates Bernard and the hosts in general (but seems to be perhaps Bernard’s defining trait), Dolores and co. make their entrance to the Mesa and do their worst. Bernard’s body is under siege when he emerges from the Cradle not entirely himself, the shadowy presence of Ford following him. And the Valley Beyond might mean the final resting place for more than just the hosts.
Dolores’s train heads for hell. Maeve pursues her daughter. The MiB outsmarts his own. Bernard meets his creator, again.
On Westworld Season 2 Episode 6, “Phase Space,” Dolores sees her end goal (literally and figuratively) but might not be getting what she intended in all realms of her plan. Maeve finds her daughter, but is surprised to find the script for that story has changed too. As the human creators begin to feel something for their hosts, it might be just a tad too late.
Dolores makes a choice for Teddy. Maeve and co. meet their Shogun counterparts. The path forward for both women seems to start by being taken by any means necessary.
On Westworld Season 2 Episode 5, “Akane No Mai,” Shogun World is introduced, at long last! Maeve learns that she has found a new voice (a familiar thread of dialogue there). Dolores decides what she’s going to do with Teddy and subsequently their fate together. Lee showcases all that a rushed writer can produce, and the future remains a little foggy.
After discovering her mother and a small portion of Argo City survived the destruction of Krypton, Kara leaves Earth to spend some quality time with her mother. However, once she arrives, strange things start to happen to Kara Zor-El causing her to feel like an outsider in this life, too.
On Supergirl Season 3 Episode 21, “Not Kansas,” Kara and Mon-El struggle to figure out what’s happening in Argo City, while the DEO deals with high-tech weaponry hitting the streets of National City. Was J’onn’s final call the right one, though?
After our favorite trio reunites via the cutest airport scene ever, they all begin to get in the swing of their new lives. Kat’s back in America, Jane is now at Incite, and Sutton is finally having her chance to shine in the fashion world.
On The Bold Type Season 2 premiere, Jane, Sutton, and Kat are as fun, fabulous, and feminist as ever. Although their storylines are rather separate from one another, they all still find a way to help each other along the way and come together in the end.
SEASON FINALE – Team Flash gets help from a surprising ally in their battle against DeVoe (Neil Sandilands).
The Flash Season 4 Episode 23, “We Are The Flash,” brought an end to DeVoe’s reign of terror as Flash and the team were pressed to come up with a way to prevent the Enlightenment from coming to fruition before the entire planet was dumbed down. The finale was entertaining enough, though somewhat predictable in its proceedings. It still delivered a fairly entertaining episode in an otherwise lackluster season.