We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Good Wife, Once Upon a Time, Walking Dead, NCIS, S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow and Scandal!
1 | Did Hawaii Five-0 really deliver a chase scene on surfboards? Did even Point Break attempt such a thing?
2 | Admit it: Did you cry at Jessie‘s “wedding”?
3 | Did The Good Wife‘s Alicia really solidify her intent to run for State’s Attorney without a serious conversation with Cary and Diane? Does Owen remind anyone of Brothers & Sisters‘ Kevin Walker? (They totally have the same dry, sarcastic personality.) And the show will give us at least one final Alicia/Kalinda scene before Archie Panjabi exits, yes?
4 | How are Once Upon a Time‘s Elsa and Snow Queen managing to glide through the forest without snagging their dresses on a single twig/tree root? Magic?
5 | When did The Walking Dead’s Carol have/make time to wash off all the zombie guts with which she had camouflaged herself before her reunion with Daryl, Rick and the gang?
6 | With Gotham’s Barbara laying down ultimatums and the DC Comics character Leslie Thompkins due to appear on the show “during a very tough time in Jim’s life,” that would-be marriage has gotta be toast, right?
7 | Wasn’t it a bit odd that The Big Bang Theory‘s Bernadette — who just spent the episode haranguing Penny for not taking her new pharmaceutical gig seriously — made her feel badly for staying behind in their Vegas hotel room to prep for a sales call?
8 | TVLine reader/Dancing With the Stars fan TheClutteredLife asks of the judging panel: “Can we keep Jessie J and get rid of Julianne?”
9 | Did any Castle fans half-expect Tory (played by moonlighting Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. guest star Maya Stojan) to use some HYDRA tech to crack the cloaking case?
10 | Any NCIS viewers get a Tracy Flick vibe from Bishop this week?
11 | Given his new state and having killed someone’s father, is Supernatural‘s Dean a new incarnation of the Yellow-Eyed Demon?
12 | Did you worry that Sons of Anarchy‘s Gemma would steal Gertie’s car after she learned where the keys were?
13 | The Flash‘s flashbacks won’t be a weekly thing, will they? Because unlike Oliver Queen’s very formative island escapades, these vignettes — wait for it — slow down the fun.
14 | Was Henry’s gift of a London-themed wastebasket to Eliza on Selfie — complete with red phone booth — simply a nice little nod to star Karen Gillan’s British roots, or did it make you instantly think about the police call-box she used to fly around in on Doctor Who? And has Charmonique been criminally underutilized?
15 | Did Agents of SH.I.E.L.D.’s Coulson sum up the May-on-May fight best, with: “I can’t believe I’m the only one seeing this!”? And was May vs. May > Oliver Queen vs. Arrow?
16 | Granted, there were bigger things to deal with on this week’s Arrow, but wasn’t it weird that Oliver and Felicity acted like nothing had just happened between them? Meanwhile, TVLine reader Anon asks: “Are we to believe that Laurel carried Sara to the foundry by herself and waited until morning so that Team Arrow can walk in all oblivious?” Finally, which was cooler: A) Dueling archers on motorcycles, B) Oliver pitching himself out a window while shooting a “batarang” arrow into the sky, or C) catching your opponent’s arrow and turning around to shoot it back into him?
16 | On Red Band Society, how was everyone OK with Jordi driving on actual roads during his first time ever behind the wheel?
17 | To American Horror Story: Freak Show’s Gloria Mott: Who hires the dingy, surely foul-smelling clown walking the side of the road to entertain their (um, grown) son? Was that brief glimpse under Twisty’s mask more terrifying than anything else we’ve seen so far? And how is it that we find ourselves mourning an odd bird who bit the heads off chickens?!
18 | Did South Park finally end its continuity streak with the Nathan/Mimsy-centric episode? (Save for a quick shot of Randy singing one of his Lorde classics, it was completely unrelated.)
19 | What was more groundbreaking on How to Get Away With Murder: Connor’s sex scenes or Annalise stripping off her hair and makeup? Also: The twirling cheerleader is totally Sam’s killer, right?
21 | Was the concept of a landline really that foreign to the New Girl roomies — all of whom are more than old enough to remember when it was the only means of communication?
22 | Was Ichabod’s immediate identification of — and ability to play — the Pied Piper’s flute a stretch, even for Sleepy Hollow?
Hit the comments with your answers — and any other questions you care to throw out there!