Back in the Game
Terry has had her eye on the liquor distributor at the bar, so she decides to ask him out. Since she’s unfamiliar with how dating has changed since the last time she was in the mix, she’s a little unsure of herself. Then with all her baggage, divorce, kid, crazy dad, she feels a little out of practice, but the guy seems totally cool with it.
However, Dick doesn’t want her to see anybody else, so he tells the Cannon all kinds of stories about the new guy. The Cannon shows up with some pretty damning evidence, but Terry and the guy are able to explain everything away. Except one. Terry lies so she can get the better of her dad, but one piece of evidence shows he had new guy’s number, and she responds with a knee in his groin.
Then, when Danny comes home telling how one of his classmates cheated off his test, the Cannon decides to teach Danny a lesson about standing up for himself… by making him “steal” stuff from the sporting goods store. Danny finally tells him no, and the Cannon reveals that was his lesson all along, to teach the kid how to say no and put people in their place when they deserve it.
American Horror Story: Coven
Where do I start? Heavy, jam-packed ep!
Cordelia goes to Marie Laveau about a fertility spell, but Laveau has no intention of helping the daughter of her sworn enemy. Cordelia is crestfallen–apparently the spell has a 100% success rate.
Zoe puts her foot in it again. So well-intentioned and so misguided. She brings Kyle back to his mom’s house (guest appearance by Mare Winningham), thinking if anyone can bring him back to being himself again, it’s the person who’s known him his whole life. But, mama’s got a secret, and home is the last place Kyle would have wanted to go had he been able to say so and tell Zoe.
Apparently his mom molested him, and when she gets him back, old habits resurface. However, his mother knows he’s not the same, not only because he’s acting like a zombie, but because he doesn’t have the same body parts (insert your “eeeewwww” and gagging noises here). Though he gets through the first incident, Kyle speaks at his mom’s second attempt, screaming “no”, and then clubbing her with one of his trophies, repeatedly and without mercy.
Zoe returns to the house and discovers the body, and Kyle covered in blood. He looks psychotic and menacing, but I think he knows that Zoe is a friend, even if she just accidentally caused further psychological harm to him by bringing him home.
Madame LaLaurie is still adjusting to the 21st century, and Fiona decides to give her a dose of her own medicine by making her a “slave” to Queenie, because if there’s one thing Fiona hates, it’s a racist. LaLaurie goes along with it, but when the minotaur (yes, the one she made in the pilot that led to her curse from Laveau) shows up at the school, she begs Queenie to hide her. Queenie decides to lure the minotaur away, believing herself not to be so different from him. She invites him to have his way with her, but it’s not clear whether he means her good or ill as a half-coven hand covers her mouth.
Almost forgot! The academy has new neighbors! Bible thumpers, an overprotective mother and her super-hot son have moved in next door. While Nan goes over with a cake trying to make nice, and Madison goes along to try and tempt the pure, tasty-looking young man, the mother is none too impressed. Madison “accidentally” flings the cake knife past the mother, and sets their curtains ablaze when they leave. The mother goes over and speaks to Fiona, but Fiona will have none of this hypocritical purity nonsense.
After the incident with the neighbors, Fiona has realized that Madison is the new supreme, and that’s what’s causing her powers and her vivaciousness to be drained from her so quickly. At first, she butters her up and then invites Madison to kill her, just as she killed her supreme when she was young to get the full potential of powers. But, Madison refuses–something Fiona apparently didn’t count on. In the heat of the moment, Fiona ends up killing her replacement, leaving the creepy servant guy to dispose of the body.
Sad! I know Madison was kind of a bitch, but she’s one that you love to hate! I sort of saw it coming when Fiona said Madison was draining her powers, like maybe if she killed the new supreme, she could hold onto her powers longer or stay young longer, but it was still a shock and really sad that Madison won’t be around anymore. Then again, both LaLaurie, Misty, and Kyle haven’t died, so maybe Junior Supreme will survive. Didn’t get to see much of Misty this episode, but Zoe promised to visit her again, so hopefully she’ll be the goody two-shoes she’s been so far and actually follow up on that promise.
Because AHS ran FIFTEEN MINUTES over, I missed the first 15 minutes of Nashville. But, I am pretty sure I got the gist of what’s going on.
Gunnar has joined forces with Avery and Zoey (Scarlett’s BFF whom we just now met) to start making music, and natch, Gunnar and Zoey end up going a little too far. A LOT too far. Aren’t ex-boyfriends of your best friend supposed to be off-limits? Girl code! Sacrilege! Blarg!
Scarlett gets pushed out of the limelight when the record label jerk sees she can’t handle the press. And, it looks like Layla AND Will are going to be joining Juliette on tour this season. The record label is already pushing Will to be a Don Lockwood to Layla’s Lina Lamont (you fail at filmophilia if you don’t know that reference :P), but Will is a little reluctant. He’s all for maintaining his image, but I’m sure Layla won’t take too kindly if she finds out that Will’s gay, especially if the world finds out after she has been pretending to be seeing him. She seems like a shark, though she puts on a sweet face.
Just after Juliette is invited to join the Grand Ole Opry, Rayna is invited to sing. Unsure of whether she can handle it, she lets the crowd sing most of the first few verses until she finally gets her confidence up. Then, what do you know, she belts it out like she was never in a car accident. Just like we all knew she would eventually.
Juliette gets a little sting after country music’s current king makes a jab at her to Rayna after the Opry induction, and she realizes that’s exactly what she did to Avery, make a comment like that behind his back. So she apologizes, and invites him on tour with her. He accepts the apology, but declines to tour. What does she do? Keys to the studio. No biggie. The people on this show are a bunch of lucky sons of bitches, ain’t they?
Rayna’s father is arrested, and he thinks Teddy is responsible, though it was really Tandy who handed him over to the feds. Rayna was looking to buy out of Edgehill with daddy’s help, but if he’s been arrested, who knows where that leaves her? I’m still pulling for Avery and Juliette, but that girl is so stupid when it comes to men, I’m going to be waiting awhile, I think. And poor Scarlett–not only is she going to have a hard time if Rayna can’t buy out of the record label, but she’s also going to have to deal with her friend screwing her ex. The joys of being a primetime soap.
Thursday, OUAT in Wonderland, The Crazy Ones, The Michael J. Fox Show, Grey’s Anatomy, Reign, Parenthood, Scandal and Elementary are all new! Thank the TV gods for the internet, right? Otherwise we’d never get through them all!
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