Shawn and Gus get into a competition with some fellow paranormal experts as a college professor is murdered and dies on a stage in front of dozens of witnesses. Guest appearance by Tom Arnold.
Lassie is sidelined with an excessively cheery new lead detective, and once they catch the case with the witch, the guy who can talk to ghosts, and the fake psychics, he decides to hatch a plan to get rid of her. If they succeed, maybe it will allow him to bring O’Hara back. So, Shawn and Gus work with Lassie on the plan, being as annoying and fake psychic-y as possible.
However, the plan doesn’t work. While they do eventually solve the case, the new detective is actually totally fine with the craziness going on at SBPD and decides she has finally found a place where she can be herself. She has sidearms just like the ones Lassiter likes, and has given them names. Lassie decides he’s ok with her staying, after seeing the guns, but Shawn and Gus aren’t sure. This lady seems a little off her rocker.
I’m very curious to see what Philip and Elizabeth are going to do with Paige. That girl is getting out of hand fast. This week, she went to visit her “aunt” outside of the city without permission and lied, saying she had stayed for a debate club at school. The aunt is actually a part of Philip and Elizabeth’s cover, and called home to tell Philip about Paige’s visit.
On the one hand, she is their daughter, but on the other, she’s a liability. I don’t feel like they would kill their own kid to shut her up, but if the girl doesn’t stop digging, she may find herself in foster care with some “normal” parents or perhaps at a boarding school where she will be unable to investigate anything.
Stan gets the drop on an assassin, and has to shoot him atop the building he was going to fire from. While he is applauded for his efforts at the FBI, he is getting more and more tangled in Nina’s lies and games every minute. She may be more intriguing than his wife, and she may be more beneficial to his work performance – for now – but Nina is trouble. However, she’s the type of trouble that could get in way over her head before she can advance her own ends very far.
Juliette is getting antsy to announce her new deal with Highway 65, but Rayna wants to be cautious, especially considering Juliette’s PR debacles of late. But, after hearing how much Rayna loves Scarlett, her ego and jealousy get the best of her and she announces it in front of a crowd at a party.
Will is dealing with some more trouble from his past as an old high school amour may come out of the woodwork as he becomes more famous, and his sexuality may not remain secret much longer. In fact, the teasers for the next episode look like he may have to out himself or be outed by the studio. However, he’s taken steps to avert that – in a desperate, last-ditch effort to continue his charade, he proposes to Layla, and the poor naive girl says yes.
Maddy is becoming more rebellious, defying her father for her music. At that age, with the type of lifestyle and worldview she’s been given, this isn’t drama. It’s still just a kid acting out to get what she wants.
The Deacon/Teddy/lawyer girlfriend thing may soon be coming to a head. First it was Rayna, now it’s the lawyer woman. I tell you, it’s shit like that that makes this show too soapy and almost unwatchable.
The two-part finale aired as two separate episodes, not a part one and part two to-be-continued thing.
In the first episode, Tyler tries to ask Jude on a date, but keeps failing. Then, as her insecurities are jarred to life by an old smarmy colleague, she gets drunk and starts to reconsider Tyler’s offer. But, the man stands up for gentlemen everywhere and declines, seeing as she’s drunk and he actually likes her too much to let her jump into something she may not really want.
But, then she gets robbed and he thinks he’s blown it for good. Then, after a while and a sweet gesture, she realizes how supportive he is and what a nice guy he actually is, despite her first impressions of him, and they decide to start seeing each other/sleeping together, secretly. But of course, he can’t keep his mouth shut and Milo finds out.
Milo was starting to feel left out, not working with the group anymore, and feeling like Jude was replacing him, but with a new secret to keep, it seems he’s able to hold it together a little better. Until he gets drunk with Myron while watching Showgirls. Then they all learn the truth.
In the second episode, JK Simmons returns as the owner of the magazine and Neal’s former almost-father-in-law, and looks like he might be planning on shaking things up. Myron is starting to worry about his job, but it all wraps up in a nice season-ending bow: Myron gets promoted, Jude gets Myron’s job, Tyler and Jude are staying together, Milo gets his old job back, and apparently, Neal has a ginormous penis. Happily ever after until next season!
More recaps. As fast as I can get to them.
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