Season four starts a few months after season three ended. Rick is in “violence rehab.” He refuses to carry a gun and his main job is farming and raising some pigs for food. Daryl is something of a celebrity amongst the newbies, especially Patrick, a teenager who has befriended Carl.
Katherine flags down a car for help. The woman is one of Silas’ mind control zombies, and she tries to grab her. Katherine knocks her out but is surprised at how much it hurts to do that as a human. Then Matt happens along with a rifle. He and Jeremy tie up Katherine and drive out of town.
We open in 1834, at a lavish party thrown by socialite Madame Lalaurie. After the party, as she readies for bed, she paints her face with a mask made of blood. She is called downstairs and discovers her youngest daughter fooling around with one of the slaves. After beating her daughter soundly, Lalaurie takes her slave upstairs to her private torture chamber.
With seven contestants left, it seems obvious to do a challenge around the seven deadly sins.
We come back just a day after last year’s season finale, and we are essentially following three storylines: Castiel as he learns to be human; Dean as he deals with his brother’s impending death; and Sam, who must decide if he wants to fight or die.
This episode contains lots of backstory, lots of flashbacks, and lots of reveals that certain innocuous occurrences have deeper meanings.
Abbie and Ichabod team with Jenny to track down a powerful supernatural weapon that people have killed for - and worse.
The first episode of The Originals is a retelling of “The Originals” episode of The Vampire Diaries but told from Elijah’s point of view.
In the fifth season opener, Elena and Caroline start college while Damon tries to manage things in Mystic Falls.
Forming their own teams of two, the contestants must create a dark and sexy alien circus performer. The makeups will be worn by members of the Cirque Berzerk performance troupe