"Finger in the Dyke" juxtaposes a tour of the prison meant to relay that all is well at Litchfield, with the day-to-day reality of how many of the inmates are either sinking or swimming during their stay.
Mason Verger and Frederick Chilton face off with their faces off in "Aperitivo".
This week's episode of Girls starts off with Hannah tripping and spilling the entire contents of her purse, because she’s now either Carrie Bradshaw in that one Paris episode of Sex and the City or every rom-com protagonist ever. She’s klutzy! She’s lovable! She’s Hannah Horvath! But seriously, it was great to have a unified theme for this episode just to see how each character related to the topic of death.
Titled “And Now His Watch Is Ended,” the fourth episode of Game of Thrones’ third season is by far the busiest and best episode we’ve seen yet. It could well represent a turning point for the season, which until this point has sort of oozed along in a relatively disjointed fashion.