Sydney gets the chance to reconnect with her high school crush, and OMG, does she look AMAHZING in that dress! She takes a little flack from the gang for holding out for a guy from high school, and even more after she shares the fantasy she used to have about dancing in the hallway with snow coming down.
The guy and Simon are both up for the same advertising award, and when he steals Simon’s idea to campaign for it, Sydney loses it and confronts him in the middle of a pitch meeting.
Though she loses the guy and Simon doesn’t win the award, Zach, Andrew, and Lauren help her recreate her fantasy with the music and the (fake) snow and the dancing. It was a very sweet moment. These guys may be colleagues, but it’s pretty clear they’re also family. After so many seasons of Mad Men ruthlessness, it’s nice to see some ad people who love each other and play as a team.
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Mike takes advantage of a golf tournament weekend to give Annie a romantic weekend away, but things go awry as he immediately gets on the bad side of a blind guy (Jason Jones from the Daily Show) who also turns out to be his partner in the tournament.
Eve and Ian decided to make some money off their parents’ absence by renting out the apartment, but everybody thinks they’re a couple and they can’t get a hotel room, and can’t even pitch a tent on the roof without it blowing away. Leigh tries “dating” Graham, thinking he’ll be nicer to her, before she realizes he’s just like every other guy, prepubescent or not.
The incest thing was funny with Eve and Ian because it sort of made sense that people might assume that. The thing with Graham and Leigh was just weird, and not funny. Because she is that desperate to do something like that, which makes it sort of creepy…
Annie and Mike try to get the better of the blind guy, but they just end up making things worse, as usual. At least they have their own satisfaction knowing he’s only legally blind and not completely.
When the captain’s wife comes home to an intruder, and manages to graze him in the attack, it seems clear that the Captain was the intended target. However, when two more bodies turn out, Sherlock and Joan realize it was a case of a mistaken address.
The investigation focuses on a couple of war vets who are involved in some very high value archaeological digs and have some sought-after items.
After Holmes solves a case Watson was supposed to be working, and she gets upset like he didn’t trust her to solve it on her own, he pulls out some cold cases for her to review to see if she can offer any new insights.
Alex is distant, and Jo immediately thinks he’s cheating, but he finally has to come clean about seeing his father.
The new residents have a “zombie” patient and his victim whom he bit, but it’s just a guy on drugs, who didn’t die from the gunshot wounds to his heart because he has a condition where his heart is on the opposite side of his chest. Owen gives the surgery to Cristina, who’s been wanting to see this condition since she learned about it in med school.
Meredith takes on a patient who is so afraid of hospitals, she didn’t get an old wound treated and now it has maggots on it. Though she’s a different patient, Meredith comes through and calms her down.
Final random point: Jo dresses up as Tinker Bell to apologize to Alex, and she looks freakin’ adorable.
Mary’s become quite popular as a means for alliance as the prince of Portugal asks for her hand in marriage despite her engagement to Frances. For Mary, her first allegiance is to her country, and whoever has the better offer may end up winning her over, despite her personal preferences over whom she plans to marry.
Though this new suitor may cause a rift between Mary and one of her ladies in waiting, Mary is still focused on the alliances available to her with the potential for an impending British incursion into Scotland. However, once she explains this to Frances, he decides to do something about it and help her out, winning her back, much to the frustration of his mother.
Josie Marcus (Lisa Kudrow) has hired Pope and Associates to fix her “had a baby when she was 15” problem, and though Liv and her crew can’t keep the matter a secret, they do help her handle it admirably. So admirably, Josie wants Liv to run her campaign for her.
Thoughts of the campaign are running through Cyrus’s head as well, and he calls Liv to ask if she’ll run Fitz’s campaign again. Clearly, she has to say no in light of the recent presidential scandal over her being his mistress, and Cyrus has to search elsewhere. He calls in Leo Bergen (guest apperance by Paul Adelstein whom you may recall played Cooper on Private Practice), another campaign runnner, but Bergen seems to lack the confidence that Grant will win, and as such, won’t take the job.
Liv is used to helping Fitz with his jokes for the Correspondents’ Dinner, and she looks so sad waiting by her phone for him to call asking for that help. Jake pushes her to let it go, and she does, temporarily, but it isn’t long before the phone rings, and she has to answer.
She convinces Jake to take her to the Dinner, but gets pulled aside by Melly who pleads with her in person to run Fitz’s campaign–sort of a surprise, but hey, Melly Grant is a political animal, and if it’s a matter of four more years in the White House and avoiding the love of her husband’s life, she’ll take the White House.
Quinn has been grounded both by Huck, who’s worried about how far she’s willing to go, and by the other Gladiators who trust Huck’s judgment and know what she’s been up to. However, things look a little scary as she picks up a gun on store credit at one of the shops in Josie’s hometown when she can’t get the money back.
Huck has seemingly figured out why there was a cover-up with the president’s whereabouts, involving the man Command forced him to kill. It seems Grant shot down a civilian aircraft, a commercial one at that, and though that alone could be a coincidence, he finds the passenger manifest and believes there’s more to it–Mia Lewis was on board the plane, aka Mia Pope, Liv’s mother. The plot thickens….
I love Joshua Malina as much as the next Aaron Sorkin fan, but the romance between him and Abby has cooled a little bit, so I don’t feel the need to get into it too much.
Kristina’s campaign seems dead on arrival after early polling shows very few people know who she is, let alone intend to vote for her, but she makes such a strong showing in the debates, getting personal about her passion for education and how the system has repeatedly failed her family and her son, that she beats the odds and comes up a major player in the race.
Crosby has to trade in his cool car for a minivan, but it turns out not too bad. Movies in the back, plenty of room, storage space, what’s not to like? (Kids or not, minivans are kind of lame. Not sure why they couldn’t have gotten an SUV or something that at least looks a little more sporty as a compromise. Really bugs me when one spouse gets all the say in something like that. Anyway, moving on…)
Sarah finally figures out how to make up with Amber, after a talk to her own mother, and it looks like the wedding is back on, family and all.
Friday and Sunday recaps, eventually.
The week ahead:
How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls, and Sleepy Hollow are all new this week!
Tuesday Agents of SHIELD is back, and New Girl, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Trophy Wife are new.
Wednesday, Back in the Game, American Horror Story: Coven, and The Tomorrow People are new. Nashville is off this week.
Thursday, OUAT in Wonderland is back, Grey’s, Reign, Elementary, Parenthood, Scandal, the Michael J. Fox Show, and The Crazy Ones are new.
Friday, Five-0 and Dracula are new.
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