3 items from 2013
Turns out being the offspring of a genetically-modified clone has its upsides - after being flattened by a speeding car last week, Sarah's sprog Kira (Skyler Wexler) makes a miraculous recovery as Orphan Black's final double-bill begins…
Except Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) doesn't believe in miracles and neither do we - does Kira possess some sort of healing ability or enhanced durability as a result of what's been done to her mother?
In the aftermath of the accident, Sarah has her sights set on Helena, while Tomas (Daniel Kash) has his sights set on Sarah - but he doesn't reckon on his unhinged clone-killer turning on him and soon Tomas is left cowering - brutalised and locked in the same cage where he once kept Helena…
With all this going on, episode nine 'Unconscious Selection' just has time to pack in one final humongous twist - possibly the biggest jaw-dropper »
Rarely do things run smoothly for the "Rookie Blue" cops -- even their own nuptials.
Noelle (Melanie Nicholls-King) and Frank's (Lyriq Bent) wedding wasn't exactly like clockwork in Thursday's (Aug. 8) episode of the ABC drama, "For Better, For Worse." Even with the ceremony taking place that evening, much remained in flux, prompting Andy (Missy Peregrym) to try to take the organizational lead.
Meanwhile, claiming she was getting "lying hives," Chloe (Priscilla Faia) begged Dov (Gregory Smith) to tell Frank -- her godfather and their boss -- about their off-duty relationship. It wouldn't be an easy day for Chloe in another way; she was partnered with angry-as-usual Gail (Charlotte Sullivan), whom Chloe had informed about the crush that Gail's now-ex-boyfriend Nick (Peter Mooney) had on Andy.
Andy and Nick also were partners for the day, with Andy starting it by crooning along to Extreme's "More Than Words" -- the tune she »
"You're Andy McNally. You don't give up."
You said it, Oliver Shaw (Matt Gordon) ... and his fellow cop McNally (Missy Peregrym) proved it several times over Thursday (May 30) as ABC's "Rookie Blue" aired episode 2 of Season 4, "Homecoming." And the story, respectively written and directed by series veterans Russ Cochrane and David Wellington, reaffirmed that the show continually succeeds by being as much (if not more) about the regular characters as the given week's crime.
On her first day back on the job after the undercover mission that took her and Nick Collins (Peter Mooney) away from 15 Division for several months, Andy wasted no time getting back into literal action. Spared by Oliver's quick intervention from having to ride with Marlo Cruz (Rachael Ancheril) -- the new flame of Andy's ex, Sam Swarek (Ben Bass) -- Andy sensed trouble upon seeing someone flee from a bank.
Of course, she was correct: robbery in progress. »
3 items from 2013
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