I forgot to recap Smash with the last post because the Saturday thing threw me off, so I’ll include it with Monday night’s new episodes. I missed the new How I Met Your Mother, too–got caught up wrapping up another project–but I’ve got The Following and Bates Motel ahead!
Julia’s in trouble! The New York Times writer finds out she’s been helping out so much with Hit List, and praises it and connects it a little too closely to Bombshell for both Tom and Eileen’s comfort.
Ivy has really got the love-em-leave-em thing down to a T. After going home with Derek, she finally knows how to leave him wondering, instead of being the clingy one trailing after him. He’s not her director anymore, so maybe that helps.
Jimmy and Karen think Derek’s still mad about them being together, and they have to stand by helplessly as more of Karen’s songs go to Ana. And, much to Jimmy’s chagrin, Kyle sides with Derek on the changes because he has a better understanding of what makes the show better, and Derek’s decisions are doing that.
Tom scrambles to get ready for the preview, but with the first “invite only” show coming up with 14+ mistakes, he has his plate full. Meanwhile, he says he doesn’t need Julia’s help, though she does throw in a good idea toward the end, and she goes back to Hit List, and Scott.
One of the mistakes was Ivy’s bra coming off with the dress in the first JFK scene. Eileen and Julia both want Ivy to institute it into the show because of how vulnerable it shows Marilyn to be, but Ivy can’t decide. During the next night’s preview, she decides not to do it in that scene, but rather, she goes what seems to be full frontal trying to get JFK to stay instead of going home to his wife.
It was a little shocking, and I understood her thinking as to why the nudity would be better in that scene than in the previous one, but I think the vulnerability shows through more in the first scene. In the second scene, it comes off more as
It’s all unraveling for Joe. When Mike recognizes Roderick as one of the guys who beat the shit out of him and pulls a gun on him, Roderick has to make a decision: stay with Joe despite how dangerous it is for him now, or take off. He chooses the latter, but not without some insurance.
With Joey gone, both Joe and Claire are worried for his safety–Joe knowing what a loose cannon Roderick can be if somebody puts him in a corner. However, when Ryan recovers Joey and Claire finds out he’s safe, she sees an opportunity to take Joe out and escape.
She cozies up to him, pretending like she’s sacrificing her freedom to stay there if he’ll leave Joey out of all his future plans, and then knifes him in the gut. It was a rather bold move, especially since the front gates were almost assuredly still locked. But the wound doesn’t kill him, though it did weaken him quite a bit, and Joe decides that for the sake of his novel, Claire’s character is no longer useful. He calls Ryan to tell him that it’s Claire’s turn to die.
Down to only two episodes! It’s pretty clear Joe and his minions are on their last legs strategically, and with Joe wounded, who knows what they’ll resort to in order to avoid capture.
Norma’s in jail, and Norman desperately wants to help her, but she’s still pissed (jealous?) that he spent the night with Bradley while she was being hauled off in handcuffs.
Dylan tries to help Norman see that their mother isn’t really a great influence, her moodiness and drama aside, but Norman can’t imagine living his life without his mother.
Meanwhile, Norman is trying to kindle a relationship out of his “hook-up” with Bradley, but with no response to his texts or calls, either she went the way of her father or she has no interest in him anymore. It’s a little cold, since I thought she kind of liked having him around as a friend, but Norman is definitely reading too much into it. It was his virginity, which I also understand, but still.
The big question will be whether Bradley can hold up under the wrath of scorned future serial killer Norman Bates…
Norma gets a lucky break in her case when the only evidence against her goes missing. She’s grateful, and assuming Zack is the one she has to thank for this fortunate turn of events, but that’s before Norman and Emma come by with a surprising houseguest.
Norman tells Emma about the girl he saw in Zack Shelby’s basement and Emma, smarty pants that she is, manages to sniff out the place where the deputy would have moved her, assuming he was running a sex slave trade with Keith (the former motel owner). They find the girl, alive, but extremely psychologically damaged, and bring her back to the motel to clean her up and figure out what to do next.
Norma shows up, demanding answers, and can’t believe that it’s the same girl Norman thought he saw in Zack’s basement. However, she finds a newspaper with a picture of the deputy on it and the girl confirms Norman’s story.
Next week, we’ll (hopefully) find out which secret stays secret–Zack’s sex slave or Norma’s murder. If one of those details gets out, they both get out.
I discovered the new teaser for the upcoming Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire. Enjoy!
Tuesday night is free! I’ll be catching up on some other projects (like my Camp Nano story which I haven’t touched in about a week), but I’ll be back Thursday morning to recap Wednesday night’s new episodes of The Americans and Psych. Depending on how it works out, I may take Tuesday evening to catch up on the CBS shows I missed Monday night, but we’ll see.
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