It looked like Homeland was back to being the show our recapper loved again. And then it chickened out.
And the return of some old friends.
Huck gets his Marathon Man moment with Quinn. Is it safe, indeed.
At least the show has the decency to acknowledge that Saul's second "play" is a long shot.
Coital scratches on the shoulder: "I might consider this positive feedback."
The series celebrates 50 years and gives itself a new mission.
The finale cranks up the action from minute one and doesn't stop turning the dial until the hour's final beats.
We get it: He's the worst. The best? Ron's cabin.
A fight with Jamm, a last-minute Leslie solution, a Ron/Chris contest ... things are starting to feel very familiar.
A a delightful double feature.
Transgender issues? Relevant. The rape-iness of "Blurred Lines"? Not so much.
Korra in Wonderland.
Everyone has the same face now.
Who the hell is Adnan Salif?
Kerry Washington's hosting gig came at both the most opportune and most awkward time.
Very little happens in this episode, but the small character revelations feel triumphant.
Senator Lockhart is just what this show needs.
Sometimes you really do need an origin story.
Bruce Willis took us on a trip down memory lane.
Korra is all but written out of "The Sting."
This advice from Nucky is not always taken.
If you somehow had not been aware that Miley Cyrus has transformed into a twerking baby doll, this episode let you know.
Anyone who has ever read a newspaper or cracked open a textbook can see broadly stroked American history all over this episode.
Prom night, Beatles (and Carrie) style.
Stefan versus Damon, Round 14.