A famous celebrity chef (Jimmi Simpson), gets raked across the coals in the entertainment tabloids and decides on a quiet retreat back to his old family home to take some time away from the spotlight. Little does he know the horrors in store for him over the weekend ahead.
If you’re a fan of The Blacklist then you’re going to be familiar with the skeleton of The Enemy Within. Jennifer Carpenter plays the “Red” character here as disgraced former CIA head, Erica Shepherd, accused of collaborating with the most notorious and deadly active terrorist around, Mikael Tal. She disclosed names of four CIA operatives working on missions to take him down. All four wound up dead.
Proven Innocent wastes no time in going for the jugular. In the opening scene a man shoots himself front and center and an apathetic Madeline Scott merely wants to know what happens to dogs after a criminal kills themselves.
Wow. This episode of Deadly Class actually left me breathless. I feel like I need to write this up and then go lay down on the floor for five hours and I’m not the one who was just beaten up, on 7 hits of acid, and involved in two murders like the gang from King’s Dominion was!
It’s Valentine’s Day – or, as Will calls it, Palentine’s Day. He and Miggy are all set to spend the day together celebrating their friendship. Miggy is taking it veryseriously so he is dismayed to learn how many people had to turn down Will’s invitation for him to finally make it around to asking Miggy.
It’s all about Chase’s reputation this week. In order to amp up his blossoming career even further, Streeter arranges for him to start dating Yendani, a popular up-and-coming teen singer who also has an album releasing on the same day as Chase. But before their PR relationship can come to fruition, there are a few skeletons in his family closet that need to be purged.
In the aftermath of the catastrophe of a legacy dance last week, everyone who was involved is paying the price through King’s Dominion-style detention. This isn’t your average Breakfast Club scenario. Instead, Saya, Chico, Jared, Marcus, Petra, and Viktor are quarantined in detention for an entire weekend alone. They get one box of rations to fight over but beyond that, they’ve got no one keeping an eye on them but each other.
The animated backstory this week goes to Billy. You know, the mullet-wearing-psychotic-goat-banger from the end of the last episode who has it in for Marcus? That Billy.
There is a sinister undertone to their relationship we don’t understand yet. Mostly we just learn Billy is way too fond of dogs and he has tormented Marcus, who is seen holding a nail bomb before we cut to the title screen.
The Other Two opens with a menagerie of clip shows. The Next Big White Kid has gone viral and his name is Chase Dreams. You heard that right. He and his mother Pat are sitting down to chat with The Today Show about his newfound success and buzz off his first and only hit single, “Marry U At Recess”. But what about Chase’s siblings?
Well Cary is doing auditions for roles like “Man at Party Who Smells Fart,” I wonder which Adam Sandler film he was trying out for? And their sister, Brooke is sleeping in one of the homes she’s trying to sell and eating washing machine pizza. To he credit though, air mattresses are really hard to fold up.
Naked Russian men, condoms in fish tanks, giant dildos — you know, just all the normal things you would find at a classic teen party. At least it is when the party is full of budding assassins.
So anything exciting happen? Well, Billy told Petra he has feelings for her and she didn’t return them in kind. At least, it would seem that way since she immediately goes upstairs to a bedroom with Viktor.