Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Sunday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next!
The Walking Dead: Warning: If you love piggys, then you're going to hate tonight's episode. Oh, and if you liked Karen (Melissa Ponzio), you're also going to hate tonight's episode. Let's break it down shall we? The bird and/or swine flu disease thing is still going around and in just one night about 15 jailhouse residents are turned. Yikes! Little Lizzie and Mikah had to say goodbye to their soon-to-be-turned father we see that Lizzie is a weak little girl who couldn't kill her father and thinks of some of the walkers as "pets." Are you the one feeding rats to the walkers you little psycho?
Trying to following in the cuteness of Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Maggie's (Lauren Cohan) footsteps, Tyreese picked some flowers and showed up at Karen's cell—only to discover a trail of blood leading to her dead body. Oh and in order to save his budding vegetable garden from being overrun with walkers, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) sacrificed his herd of future bacon. Bummer. But remember friends, in this world, the best defense is a good, well… fence.
Homeland: (Claire Danes) was finally released from the psych ward after a few palms were greased by a mysterious and wealthy businessman. So who is this wonderous benefactor? Meet Leland Bennett (Martin Donovan), the shady law firm partner whom Paul Franklin represents and he is looking to work with Carrie and hone her expertise for an important "client." Unfortunately this client is none other than Javadi and he's might pissed that six of his "business associates" were identified and killed. (Pssst! The targets eliminated in Saul's season-opening take-down.)
Our jaw hit the floor when Carrie agreed to partner up with these bad guys, but we quickly breathed a sigh of relief when we realized that it was all a super sneaky plan she made with Saul (Mandy Patinkin). By the end of the episode Carrie met up with her former colleague and told Saul that Bennett took the bait and she has an impending meeting with Javadi. Way make being two-faced look like a good thing Carrie!
Once Upon a Time: After tonight's episode we are left with so many questions! But not too worry, there were plenty of answers too. For instance: We learned via flashback that Rumple and Pan grew up "incredibly close," but now the lad's "darker and more repulsive" than anyone should be exposed to. No one can leave Neverland without Pan's permission. And in addition to leaving secret messages, Squid ink can also immobilize someone with just a single touch.
In the present day, Rumple (Robert Carlyle) and Neal reunited on the island and used the ink to freeze Pan and then took out the Lost Boys with a sleeping spell. Just as Neal and his sleeping son were about to meet up with Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and the group, that super sneaky Pan caught up with him. In the final moments of the episode Henry finally woke up and said to Pan that he "dreamed" that he heard his dead father's voice. Basically this episode did not project the storyline and our characters were pushed two steps back then when the hour began. Damn you, Pan!
Revenge: Alright Hamptonites, let's dish. Not only did Conrad survive the car crash, he also finally discovered that he doesn't have Huntington's disease. Unfortunately before he can celebrate, we discover that none of this was an accident. The brakes on the car were tampered with and everyone is pointing fingers. Our money is on Charlotte (Christa B. Allen), but Aiden falsely whispers in Conrad's ear that Jack (Nick Wechsler) is the one who tried to end the head Grayson's life.
Emily (Emily VanCamp), who was so pissed that her fiancé was trying to help Conrad cover up his involvement in the accident, slips to the public that Daniel (Josh Bowman) had a DUI. Obviously Daniel is pissed with his bride-to-be so he moves out to the South Fork Inn and we're left wondering how Em is going to fix this one. Nolan (Gabriel Mann) and Patrick locked lips! And last and pretty much least, Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) is the new proprietress of her very own fancy-shmancy art gallery.