After a visit from his mother, Daniel begins to ask questions of his fiancee. Suspicious of the way she bought Nolan’s house and her past relationship with Aiden, he becomes distrustful.
Margaux intends to feature Nolan as the cover story for the magazine, and goes through Charlotte to Jack to get an invite to Nolan’s housewarming party. Daniel has his reservations, after what Nolan’s role in his family’s company’s failure was, and becomes upset when she goes behind his back to pitch Nolan herself.
Victoria is up to no good again as she brings Aiden to the party to throw Emily off her game. But, joke’s on her: not only does Emily reveal the Graysons’ financial situation to all the guests, but we also discover that Aiden is playing both sides. He’s come back to help Emily and gaining Victoria’s trust is all part of the plan.
Emily’s plan at present involves getting Conrad to confess to killing and framing her father, and she wants her new priest to help. In exchange, he earns her forgiveness and is permitted to continue his work. However, just as Conrad sets off to turn himself in, things take a turn for the worst. Emily drives by and sees his car ablaze and the priest thrown from it, motionless on the ground. Conrad is alive but bloodied.
Who rigged the car? It’s tough to say. Victoria wasn’t happy about Conrad’s decision to admit his guilt, but she didn’t have time between finding out and when he left to do anything, unless she rigged it before for another reason. And I don’t think Emily would go for something so obvious.
Who does it leave? Patrick? Means and opportunity, but what motive? Hopefully we’ll find out soon!
Freya is still stuck in the painting, which her ex from another lifetime has just set on fire. Ingrid, not knowing about Wendy’s nine lives, brought Wendy back to life, and has apparently messed with the balance of universal law–meaning someone she loves is going to die, eventually. Joanna is still in jail, but she’s got an immortal lawyer to help her make bail, at least.
Freya makes it out of the painting on her own, using her still unclear powers, but the ex makes it out as well, and comes after her again. But this time, she’s got her family to help, and Joanna and Wendy put him back in a painting, this time, hopefully, for good.
The girls are still shaken up about the news that they’re witches–Ingrid because it goes against her rationality and the quiet, comfortable life she’s made for herself, Freya because Joanna made her believe she was crazy her entire life because she “sensed the truth”.
Dash is still the white knight and Killian is still the dark horse in the battle for Freya’s affections, and it’s still not clear which man she’ll end up with at the end. My hopes are on Dash, partially because I’m familiar with and fond of Eric Winter, but also because I think Killian has the cheater inclination, the love-em-leave-em gene, and I don’t like his cocky attitude.
I’m still into this show. It still is a little cheesy, Freya still is a little melodramatic, the dialogue leaves something to be desired at times, and the love triangle is still a little weak, but for all that, it’s still pretty darn entertaining and a fun way to wrap up the last night of the weekend.
Check your local listings for encores though–last week, it aired the encore directly after Revenge, this week, it wasn’t aired again until midnight MT. If you’re planning to watch Revenge and WOEE, make sure your schedule can handle it! The first two episodes are available on Hulu, but it doesn’t look like the full season or the last five will be available after air, so jump on now before you miss anything!
Looking ahead at the week: CBS Monday shook up the schedule! Good for me, at least, now I can watch Sleepy Hollow on its regular night all the way through! How I Met Your Mother airs at its usual time, followed by 2 Broke Girls.
After that, I’ll be tuning into Sleepy Hollow on Fox! (I believe CBS is airing reruns of the Big Bang Theory in the open slot now, with the season premiere of Mike and Molly to return soon.)
Tuesday, all new Agents of SHIELD, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, Trophy Wife, and Chicago Fire.
Wednesday, new eps of Back in the Game, The Tomorrow People, AHS: Coven, and Nashville.
Thursday, jam-packed as usual: OUAT in Wonderland, The Crazy Ones, Grey’s Anatomy, The Michael J. Fox Show, the premiere of the historical drama Reign on the CW, Scandal, Parenthood, and Elementary.
Friday night, all new Five-0.
Looking ahead to next week: Dracula debuts Friday night on NBC with Jonathan Rhys-Meyers as the man himself. I’m excited. I love Dracula, and I do hope NBC doesn’t pull another stunt like last fall where they run a one-ep Halloween special, using one of the most iconic fiction characters of all time.
It looks like it’s being set up as a full season, and Rhys-Meyers is a strong choice for a lead on a network primetime show, but still, not having seen it, we won’t know whether they did it justice or failed miserably.
Have an awesome week, deTVotees! (What do you think of the new name? Thumbs up or down? Leave me a comment!)
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