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'Blacklist,' 'Supernatural,' 'Glee,' and more of the best lines on TV this week
6 hours ago
As November sweeps came to a close, we were treated to a lot of fantastic episodes of TV, with more than a few memorable lines. Zap2it collected some of the very best from the week of December 2 for your reading pleasure, from "Blacklist," to "Supernatural," to "Glee," and many more.
Check out some of the funniest, most heartbreaking, and clever lines from our favorite shows this past week, but beware the spoilers that lie ahead.
"Lizzie, I want you to know -- wherever I am, whatever I'm doing, if you are in need, I will be there." -- Raymond Reddington on "The Blacklist"
"I need a child, Gold. And I need your help." -- Regina
"Well, I'm flattered but uninterested." -- Mr. Gold on "Once Upon a Time"
"She was hot. " -- Dean
"So hot. And very nice ... up to the point she started torturing me. " -- Castiel
'Breaking the Faith': Worldly education in Salt Lake City
7 hours ago
In Sunday's (Dec. 8) episode of "Breaking the Faith", the refugees from the "Crick" had to leave their safe house after one refugee returned home, perhaps putting the rest of them in jeopardy, and fled to Salt Lake City, four hours from St. George. But Salt Lake City isn't "safe" as far as the Flds is concerned. In fact, due to the history between the Flds and the Lds (Mormons,) they've been taught that Slc is ground zero for debauchery. So the group is even more nervous. And unlike the last episodes, they're far enough away from the "God Squad" to be able to venture out into public.
With the help of Lisa, their host in Salt Lake City, they meet some Lds kids their own age, and they try, haltingly, to discuss their differences. The conversation ended fairly quickly for two of the more conservative girls, Angie and Connie, when the word "cult" was used. »
'The Mentalist' - 'Green Thumb': Back where we started
7 hours ago
Sunday's (Dec. 8) episode of "The Mentalist" took the show back to its crime-solving bread and butter, and it did something else as well: It reintroduced the mischievous side of Patrick Jane.
The conclusion to the Red John saga got about as dark as this show ever has -- understandable, given Jane's consuming drive to find and kill Red John. That naturally pushed aside any playful elements to the relationship between Jane and Lisbon or anyone else. But since two-plus years have now passed in the show's timeline -- and Jane is living in the most comfortable prison cell ever -- he's back to being at least a semblance of the guy he was for much of the series.
The episode, titled "Green Thumb," gives Jane his first case working with the FBI, and it feels almost like a pilot episode. Abbott and the rest of the FBI team get to »
'Homeland' Season 3 episode 11 'Big Man in Tehran' recap: Brody chooses a side
7 hours ago
Against all odds, Brody finally made his move against Akbari, and "Homeland" might actually resolve all the problems in the Middle East like Saul claimed he could.
Brody's loyalty to the United States has constantly been questioned over the course of this Showtime series, and for good reason. He almost blew up the vice president, he later played a role in his death, and he found himself the person blamed for the bombing at Langley. But in "Big Man in Tehran," Brody chose his side.
Even in the penultimate Season 3 episode, Brody's loyalty was questionable. At least this time, Carrie's dogged belief in him proved true. A failed initial attempt on Akbari left Brody searching for purchase, and he made himself safe and at home in Tehran by publicly bashing the United States. But what Saul ignored and Carrie always knew was that this was a move to one day »
'Amazing Race' 24 is all-stars: Which teams are returning?
8 hours ago
CBS played an exciting promo for "The Amazing Race's" next season, coming your way in the spring. It's another All-Stars edition and the clips certainly teased some fan-favorite (and maybe not-so-favorite) teams.
It's been a while since "Race" did All-Stars -- Season 11 was the last one, which featured teams like Teri/Ian, Charla/Mirna, Uchenna/Joyce, Boston Rob and Amber Brkich of "Survivor" and Dustin and Kandice, the beauty queens.
The cast hasn't been announced yet, but we're sure you noticed Brendon and Rachel of "Big Brother" in the promo -- there's some pretty good evidence out there that they did indeed compete in Season 24 of "Race," so get excited (or not) for that one. Heh. Brenchel.
What do you think, gang? Which teams do you hope to see return? "Amazing Race: All-Stars" Season 24 premieres in February on CBS. »
'Amazing Race' 23 winner: Jason and Amy, Tim and Marie or Nicole and Travis, who won?
8 hours ago
"The Amazing Race" Season 23 came to a close Sunday (Dec. 8). Read on to find out which team took home the million dollars.
The two-hour finale did something new for the show this year -- it started out with four teams left racing. The teams traveled from Indonesia to Japan, where cousins Leo and Jamal came in last at the pit stop and were eliminated in fourth place.
The last leg of the race took the final three teams from Japan to Alaska, where Nicole struggled with the roadblock where she had to hit a target from a prop plane. It put the married ER doctors Nicole and Travis in last place going into the final stretch of the race.
'Once Upon a Time': [Spoiler] dies as Peter Pan forms 'The New Neverland'
9 hours ago
We thought for sure last week's "Once Upon a Time" would feature a minor character death, as our intrepid heroes made their way out of Neverland. Turns out we were one week early.
Back from Neverland, it's a joyous reunion of hugs and congratulations as the townspeople welcome the travelers home. But Pan is ready to set his plan in motion, starting with sucking up to Regina because he knows she's desperate for Henry's love (which is really sad to watch when you know it's not Henry saying those things to her).
Emma thinks something is up with Henry but doesn't know for sure until Pan breaks his shadow away from the ship's sail and kills the Blue Fairy (more on that in a moment). When the Scooby Gang lets Pan out of Pandora's Box in order to find out how he could have been controlling his shadow from inside, »
MTV cancels 'Teen Mom 3,' Briana Dejesus, Alex Sekella, and Katie Yeager reveal on Twitter
10 hours ago
Looks like MTV won't be returning to document the lives of the "Teen Mom 3" cast. According to the reality show's cast members, the network has canceled "Teen Mom 3."
"'Teen Mom 3' was one of the best experiences I ever had! I will never forget it!" Briana DeJesus tweeted on Saturday (Dec. 7). "Time to move on from MTV and do bigger and better things & no I don't mean become a porn star lol."
Alex Sekella confirmed DeJesus' news. "Yes no more teen mom 3 [sic]," Sekella tweeted on Saturday (Dec. 7). "Guess we weren't enough of train wrecks for it to be interesting. America wants to watch crazies oh well #relieved."
Fellow cast member Katie Yeager also shared her relief that "Teen Mom 3" was over. "I'm grateful for this experience," Yeager says. "Molli and I are ready to move on from this and live a normal life. Thanks for all the love and support. »
'Sherlock' Season 3: Watch the first full trailer and see the GIFs
11 hours ago
The long wait is almost over, people: "Sherlock" Season 3 kicks off on Jan. 1 in the UK and Jan. 19 in the Us, and we finally have our first full trailer for the new season.
The footage shows Sherlock planning on surprising John, but he's in for a rude awakening since John isn't at Baker St. anymore. We can't put this off any longer, just watch the trailer and see for yourself:
Sherlock returns to London to thwart a terrorist attack ...
Sherlock returns to Baker St. and Mrs. Hudson's reaction is mirroring ours ...
Who's ready to re-enter Sherlock's world? Trick question, we all are ...
It's been two years since Reichenbach Fall, and things are going to get dark ...
"Sherlock" Season 3 premieres Jan. 1 on BBC. »