The Winchesters went up against a Banshee last week, and we learned something is amiss with Dean. Let's see what happens tonight in the episode "Don't You Forget About Me" on an all-new Supernatural, when the brothers are reunited with Sheriff Jody Mills and Jimmy Novak's daughter, Claire. Last week, in "Into the Mystic," Sam seemed a bit off after his last meeting with Lucifer, but Dean found a case where a man had bashed his head in after screaming to "get it out of my head!." The boys went to the senior living facility where the man had lived and met the manager and a woman named Mildred. The manager ended up having the same thing happen to him, and Mildred witnessed him bashing his head and jumping out the window before she saw a creature feeding on the corpse. Sam introduced himself to a cleaner called Eileen, who he discovered was deaf. He did not see her reading his and Dean's lips when they discussed "feeding times" of the Banshee after they realized what they were up against. Turned out Eileen was the daughter of someone killed by this Banshee and had been trained by a Hunter to track it. Feeling Mildred was the weakest of the group, they figured she would be the next target. She hilariously hit on Dean and encouraged him to follow his heart when it came to his love. We learned that love was the Darkness when he confided in Lucifer-possessed Castiel! When the Banshee did come, it did not come for Mildred, but rather for Dean who is not quite himself because of his connection with Amara. He heard the screams in his head and began banging his head against the wall. When Sam and Eileen were thrown to the wall by the Banshee, Eileen yelled for Mildred to cut her hand and put it on the symbol to trap the Banshee. She did, and Eileen was able to grab her gold blade to kill the Banshee. How adorable was Dee Wallace as Mildred, who clearly had too big a crush on the much younger Dean? Too funny! I really liked the Shoshanna Stern as Eileen as well, and this was a fun episode. Let's see what the brothers are up against in tonight's episode when Jody and Claire need their help in a new Supernatural on The CW.
In "Don't You Forget About Me," Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) drop in on Jody Mills, Claire and Alex after receiving a panicked phone call from Claire. She believes the recent murders in town are supernatural and wants the boys' help. However, Sheriff Mills tells Sam and Dean that Claire has been getting into trouble lately as she's been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters.
Felicity finally got her code name, and Diggle and his brother Andy made amends last week. Let's see what happens tonight in the episode "Unchained" on Arrow when Colton Haynes returns as Roy Harper/Arsenal, and the team goes up against baddie, The Calculator. Last week, in "A.W.O.L.," Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) said she was not ready to come back and tried adjusting to being in a wheelchair. When she popped too many pills, her old rebellious hacker-self showed up in a hallucination trying to convince Felicity to stop working with Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the gang. She even had an outburst where it seemed like she was yelling at poor Ollie, so he left not knowing what to do. Meanwhile, flashbacks showed Diggle's brother being recruited by a corrupt military group Shadowspire, and we saw they were currently up to no good as well. The team thought rail guns were being stolen but discovered that tip was bogus. They realized that ARGUS headquarters was the real target. Lyla and Diggle (David Ramsey) happened to be there turning over Diggle's brother Andy when the Shadowspire guys broke in. They demanded the password to Rubicon; a top secret safe in the facility, but when Amanda Waller wouldn't give in, Lt. Joyner shot her in the head! It seemed Andy was working with Shadowspire, so when Diggle was caught he told Lyla to give them the password. Felicity told her hallucination to shove off and had showed up at the lair and began helping block Lyla's attempts into the safe. Green Arrow showed up to help Diggle, and we saw he and Andy had actually been duping the Shadowspire guys and working together. Andy's help got him out of the cage and invited to John and Lyla's to meet his niece. Felicity was pleased when Oliver told her his codename for her is "Overwatch!" Let's see what brings Roy Harper back to Star City in tonight's new episode of Arrow on The CW.
In this week's episode, "Unchained," the team faces off against a formidable villain nicknamed The Calculator. Meanwhile, Nyssa makes her move and Roy Harper returns to Star City.
Let's see what shenanigans Peggy and Jarvis can get into in the episode "Smoke and Mirrors" on an all-new Agent Carter tonight. Hayley Atwell continues to be absolute perfection as the brains of the SSR, and we can't wait to see where this whole "Zero Matter" thing goes this season. Last week, in "Better Angels," Peggy turned to the first billionaire philanthropist playboy, Stark Sr., for help, after Sousa discovered she was practically a magnet. A new gadget later and Stark realized that Peggy's friend Jason Wilkes was not killed in the Zero Matter explosion, but was tagging along with Peggy as an invisible man! Stark went to work for a cure for bringing Wilkes back fully into our plane of existence, but Peggy's new friend still seemed to be in a bit of jeopardy. Wilkes stayed behind to work on the science while Stark took off to South America searching for another scientist who could help. They learned that Whitney Frost, the actress, had been a scientist during the war. It seems they may have based the character on real life actress Hedy Lamarr, an inventor whose technology may have helped modern technologies like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along. In the series, Frost is pushing her husband to get rid of Peggy, after Peggy became suspicious of her. The Zero Matter that is inside of her helped her consume a producer who was coming on to her, but how long until that wound becomes too big to hide? Peggy and Jarvis staved off the attack that was ordered by Chadwick but let's see if they decide to try again in tonight's episode of Agent Carter on ABC.
In "Smoke and Mirrors," Agent Carter and the SSR learn there's more than just a pretty face behind Hollywood star Whitney Frost, Peggy’s most dangerous foe yet.
Now that Reverse-Speedster checked in and out of Central City real quick last week, it's on to a different meta-human in "Fast Lane" on The Flash tonight. Last week, in "The Reverse-Flash Returns," Eobard Thawne showed up in Central City - somehow for the first time. Harry told the gang later that this was now Reverse-Flash's origin story. My mind is breaking here! Eobard let Scarlet Speedster know that he, at first, admired him, then grew to hate him, and now he would destroy him. He tried to find out Barry's identity but did not. After he had got locked in the tunnel, that doofus Cisco (Carlos Valdes) decided to let Eobard know that they caught him because he has powers too. When Cisco started disappearing in front of their eyes, Harry realized that the timelines were screwing up. He told Barry that he would have to use his speed to shove Eobard back through a portal to his time. It was the only way to save Cisco. Barry reluctantly did it to save his friend. None of them knows that Cisco ran his mouth and that it's possible that Eobard can learn Barry's identity because he now knows the identity of his friend Cisco! The rest of the gang also doesn't know that it was Harry that killed The Turtle, trying to study his slowing effects to use on Barry. The team thinks he's working to slow Zoom! Also, Jay (Teddy Sears) showed Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) his Earth-1 doppelganger, Zolomon Kane. I'm not saying a word, but that character introduction could potentially be HUGE! Let's see what is in store for the gang when they meet a meta-human who can turn into liquid asphalt in tonight's episode of The Flash on The CW.
A familiar face is back, but she's not quite the same in "Eve of Destruction" on the Grimm midseason premiere tonight. In the midseason finale, "Wesen Nacht," after Trubel woke up, she and Adalind had a chat. Adalind got Trubel to admit her group had sent her specifically to kill Juliette and then told her that she should tell Nick about it herself. That night, several Wesen storekeepers got attacked, and a guy named Xavier kidnapped. The team was surprised when he showed up at his bakery later. He eventually gave them names for his attackers, and the girl, Billie, they picked up led them to the perpetrators lair. Or so they thought. Rosalee got Xavier to spill the beans just in time to warn Monroe they were walking into a trap, but it was a bit late. Just as all the guys were trapped in a room, a bit of a raucous ensued outside. Nick went to check it out and discovered that all the baddies were dead. He then saw the last one get flung into the air and slammed into the ground. Much to his shock, as the face became clear through the darkness, Nick was looking at a familiar face. "Juliette?" he asked. The woman with blond hair turned and vanished. Whoa! We knew after her body disappeared that Bitsie Tulloch would be back, but we didn't expect her to be an entirely different character. Methinks Meisner may have some explaining to do! Looks like we should be finding out more about Eve, and look out for familiar face Bailey Chase (Longmire) in a guest appearance, in the midseason premiere of Grimm tonight on NBC.
"Eve of Destruction" plot summary - Nick (David Giuntoli) and the gang are still reeling from the scope of the ambush and the surprise return of "Juliette" (Bitsie Tulloch), but not everything is as it seems. In light of the heightened Wesen violence, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) seek answers from the Wesen Council. Meanwhile, Trubel has some information for Nick that will help him get what he is looking for.
The CW's latest DC Comics-based series Legends of Tomorrow was off to a good start last week. I'm sure it will improve storywise now that the exposition needed for folks who didn't know the characters is over. Last week, in "Pilot, Part 1," Time Master Rip Hunter asked his group to give him permission to go back in time to hunt down mega-baddie Vandal Savage. He then gathered up several familiar faces from Arrow and The Flash, telling them that they are legends in the future and that he knows they can help him defeat Savage. Jax was the only one that didn't appeal too, but Prof. Stein hilariously drugged him. Drugging people is normally bad, mmkay, but in this instance he woke up in a time travelling ship - so it was funny! After Kronos, aka Boba Fett, was sent back in time for Rip Hunter and his Waverider, the man had to confess that he did not get permission from the other Time Masters to come back in time. And, much to Ray Palmer and Professor Stein's dismay, Rip also confessed that he did not pick them because they were legends, but rather because their lives had had the smallest impact on history. Aww, sad face! Stein eventually let them know that it's cool because now they can make a difference and change their futures. Jax finally got onboard with their time-travelling plan, and Kendra and Carter met their son from a previous life - just before he got killed by Kronos. All-in-all it was a fun introduction to the series. Let's see what happens this week when Vandal Savage attempts to sell the nuclear bomb he found at the end of "Part 1," and freakin' Damien Darhk stops by to chat with the fellow baddie in "Pilot, Part 2" on DC's Legends of Tomorrow tonight on The CW.