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by Leanne Aguilera | Sun., Nov. 17, 2013 9:51 PM
Colleen Hayes/Warner Bros. Entertainment
Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Sunday night. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!
The Mentalist: After ten years of obsessively searching, has Patrick Jane finally discovered the identity of Red John—the man who killed his wife and daughter? Yup! In tonight's fast-paced episode, Jane concluded that Red John is none other than… his CBI boss, Gale Bertram! Jaw, meet floor.
What happened to the other suspects, you ask? Bret Stilles, Ray Haffner and Thomas McAllister were — ahem, allegedly — killed in the explosion that rocked Jane's house at the end of last week's episode. However, Reede Smith survived and surrendered himself, admitting to being one of Red John's associates, but not Red John himself. By the episode's end, Bertram attempted to kill Jane in the hospital but was thwarted by an unsuspecting Lison and our assailant was last seen in the back of a getaway car.
The Walking Dead: He's ba-ack! The Governor, aka the psychotic, vindictive, and tormented character that we all love to hate returned tonight—and it was interesting. In an all-flashback episode, we found exactly what the governor (now going by "Brian Herriot") has been up since his kill-everyone-in-sight freak-out last season. After being abandoned by his last two minions, a distraught and crazed governor met a super sweet family, and slowly but surely grew to love them.
With a new girlfriend, a new daughter-figure, and a new firecracker sister-type surrounding him, The Governor has officially replaced his family and reignited his fight for life. When chased by zombies, (because that's like, totally normal in this series) the Governor and Megan (his new replacement daughter) escaped the walkers by jumping into a deep, grave-like pit. "I'm never going to let anything happen to you," he told her. And just when all seemed like it was going to be A-OK, the Governor looked up, and saw Martinez (his former minion) standing there.
Once Upon A Time Holy freakin' crap! If you missed tonight's Once Upon a Time, we truly apologize, because you missed a magical (and mind-blowing!) hour of TV. No lie, there was pixie dust practically exploding from our screens. Let's get to the goods: Peter Pan is… (drumroll please!) Rumplestiltskin's father! Can you believe it?!
Before he was the Dark One, Rumple traveled to Neverland as a boy with his magic-hungry father, Malcolm. However, when Malcolm realized that adults couldn't have any fun on the island, he traded his son to The Shadow and transformed into the 17-year-old Pan that we've feared for the past eight episodes. Sheesh, that's one twisted family tree!
In present-day Neverland, Rumple came face-to-face with his slowly dying Daddy and tried to trap Pan/Malcolm in Pandora's Box. However, Pan had yet another trick up his sleeve: He switched the box with a fake and instead trapped Rumple in the box. Rude. Henry, who was still under the impression that he needed to "save magic," stupidly gave Pan his heart and then fell to the ground. So Henry died, Pan is stronger than ever, and Rumple is trapped in a box. Bravo, Once Upon a Time. Bravo.
Almost Human: J.J. Abrams newest venture into the sci-fi sanctum premiered tonight, and it was almost too good to miss! Starring a futuristic odd couple, Almost Human is a series set thirty-five years in the future when humans in the Los Angeles Police Department are paired up with lifelike androids. (Think Robocop, but with a lot less armor and a lot more heart.) Want to know more? Of course you do! Check out what Abrams had to say about the series and vote in our latest save it or sink it poll!
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