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Over the last four episodes, Major Crimes has been dealing with one major case â€“ the murder of a mother and her young son. They quickly tied those murders in to the murders of three people (including a cop and an ADA) ten years before, because the bullets had been fired from the same gun. The main suspect for those murders was a man who was now a pastor and community leader, supposedly out of the gang and drug life. Last week, they figured out that the murdered mother was actually the third person in car when the people were murdered ten years before. But they also figured out that the reverendâ€™s younger brother (also involved in the church) was the one to make sure the getaway car and gun were taken care of after the original crimes. And he was the one who was currently moving drugs through the church, not his older brother. When the police confronted the older brother with that information, including figuring out that the brothersâ€™ lawyer was involved. The reverend isnâ€™t taking their word for it about his brother, though. At the end of the last episode, he was off to confront his brother, which is where it left off for this weekâ€™s season finale.
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œHindsight â€“ Part 5,â€ all the threads of seven murders are tied together, with the field of suspects narrowed to three. And Mark Hickman finally confronts the truth about his past as Capt. Raydor makes good use of a highly unreliable witness. Provenza and Patrice solve their wedding issues. [Note from Jenny: From the picture, sure looks like theyâ€™re having a wedding. 😉 ]
See how the case plays out tonight on TNT at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Cake Wars, Scorpion, Lucifer, NCIS: LA, & Blindspot.
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Last week, Bates Motel returned for its fourth season on A&E, and it didn’t waste any time getting back to the creepy. At the end of last season, Norman had killed Bradley while in one of his blackouts where he believed he was Norma. He woke up all bloody in the middle of a field, where an older man saw him crazily talking to himself. He brought Norman to the police, who had him sent to a psychiatric ward for observation. While Norma was happy that Norman was found, she now had to deal with trying to get him released, constantly trying to circumvent the system to avoid getting Norman diagnosed. Norman was eventually released, but the doctor said he would be sending social services to follow up in 48 hours to confirm that Norma had a treatment plan in place. And Norma’s concerns were deepened when Norman revealed that he dreamed he had killed Bradley. Meanwhile, Emma’s mother Audrey was in town for her daughter’s transplant surgery and decided to stay at the motel. She made her way to the main house, and Norman answered the door, but something she said set him off and he strangled her to death.
How is Norma going to react to this latest horrific event? Will she finally find a way to get Norman into Pineview, or will she seek out some other treatment? And how is Emma going to react to her mother’s disappearance? This show is so tense and creepy â€“ while we ultimately know things aren’t going to end well for Norma, I am really enjoying the ride to Psycho!
On tonight’s episode, “Goodnight, Mother,” Norma and Norman each suspect the other of a terrible deed; Dylan contemplates his future with Emma; Romero makes a choice that dramatically impacts the Bates family.
Learn about Romeroâ€™s choice tonight on A&E at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Supergirl, Blindspot, Gotham, Lucifer, Damien, The Magicians, and Better Call Saul.