Once Upon a Time: Congratulations are in order for Aurora (Sara Bolger) and Phillip (Julian Morris) as the princess revealed she's expecting a bundle of joy...to a heartbroken Mulan (Jamie Chung), who decided to join Robin Hood's band by the end of the episode. But that was just one of many big plot developments on the ABC fantasy hit, so take a seat and a grab a snack or two (Just no apples!0 as this rundown may take awhile:
We finally meet Tinkerbell (Rose McIver), only to learn she lost her wings and no longer has magic (or pixie dust) thanks to trying to help Regina (Lana Parrilla) find true love back in the day. Now, she's hard and bitter, but is willing to help #OperationHenry sneak into Peter Pan's camp, as long as they bring her home with them after. Oh, and the soul mate Tink was trying to lead Regina to? Robin Hood! While Henry (Jared Gilmore) started getting closer to Pan, his father Neal (Michael Raymond-James) finally found a way to Neverland and his grandfather Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) is nursing a fatal wound that seems to have no cure. Finally, Regina called Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) Emma's (Jennifer Morrison) "boyfriend" and Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) was not having any of that. We guess mom isn't a fan of that pairing!
Homeland: Brody (Damian Lewis) is back! And he looks….not so great. He's in Venezuela, clinging to life after a robbery gone bad, but a mysterious group of people nurse him back to health. They saved him! And then they keep him from leaving. Are they his saviors of captors? Brody seems to think captors, because he makes his escape, with the help of the daughter of the man in charge. After he tricks a nice couple into taking him in, he gets a few moments of solace while showering before two policemen show up, beat him and drag him out of the house. The owner of the house reported him after he realized Brody was a known terrorist. The police get as far as opening the door before Brody's original captors gun everyone down and take him back to their place.They clearly have a plan for him, and we bet that plan doesn't involve world peace.
Meanwhile, Carrie (Claire Danes) is still in a mental institution trying to convince everyone (but basically Saul), that she's all better. But beating her head against a mirror is proving quite the opposite. A lawyer comes to visit her, representing a client who is "on her side" and wants to get her out. Carrie shuts him down, and goes back inside to take more of her meds. Raise your hand if you think that's the last we heard of that guy. No one? Agreed. The episode ends with Brody stuck in a windowless room, and Carrie curled up in the corner of her dark hospital room. In the same "place", but miles and miles away from each other.
Revenge: Huzzah for Nolan (Gabriel Mann) finally getting a new (and interesting) love interest: Patrick (Justin Hartley), Victoria's (Madeleine Stowe) long-lost son. After the Padma distaster of season two, we're super-excited to see where this relationship goes. We're also intrigued to see what happens between Jack (Nick Wechsler) and Margaux (Karine Vanesse) But it wasn't all flirting in the Hamptons as Father Paul and Conrad (Henry Czerny) got in a serious car accident, which proved fatal (we think!) for the former. Hm...weird timing considering Conrad had just told Victoria he was going to come clean about setting up David Clarke, no?
The Walking Dead: It's raining walkers! To find out what happened in the AMC hit's season four premiere, check out our recap.
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