In “Prey,” Milton and Andrea finally make their stands against the Governor as the leader of Woodbury goes off the deep end. It remains to be seen just how much they both failed in their attempts.
Rick and the Governor finally meet face to face, but the resulting confrontation isn’t as climactic as fans might have thought. The Governor makes Rick an offer to avoid a war, but it’s going to be hard for Rick to accept.
In “Clear,” one of the season’s best episodes, Rick, Michonne and Carl go on a munitions run back to the Grimes’ hometown, where they find an unexpected survivor.
In “Dead to Rights,” the spotlight turns on Tommy and Malcolm Merlyn as Moira Queen puts her plan into action, China White lures a familiar face out of retirement in Bludhaven, and Laurel Lance comes face to face with her mother.
Andrea tries to forge a truce between the Prison and Woodbury in this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, but ends up failing both groups miserably.
As Team Arrow and the police pursue James Callis’ international jewel thief, the chess pieces move into place for the final six episodes of Arrows first season: Moira plots against Malcolm Merlyn, Roy Harper appears, and love is in the air.
A death, an attack and visions of a deceased character made “Home” one of the most enjoyable episodes of The Walking Dead‘s third season. Things are definitely going to get worse for the survivors before they get any better — especially with the Governor around.
On this week’s episode, “The Odyssey,” The Hood pays a visit to Moira Queen, someone else learns Oliver’s big secret, and we finally discover why Yao Fei is playing nice with Fyers.
As The Walking Dead comes storming back with its midseason finale, Rick and the other survivors stage a daring raid on Woodbury to rescue Daryl, only to be confronted with a bigger problem: what to do with Merle.
In “Betrayal,” this week’s aptly titled episode of Green Arrow, Oliver confronts his mother about her little book of names, Diggle launches his own investigation into her activities, Detective Lance has a change of heart, and we meet Slade.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, the maniacal Count and his designer drug Vertigo make their presence felt in Starling City, Thea Queen goes in front of a judge, and Oliver Queen learns his mother has dark secrets.
This week’s episode of Arrow is all about trust, as Oliver Queen and John Diggle go head to head over a name in the little black book, and Thea becomes suspicious about her mother’s relationship with Malcom Merlyn.