After Henry (Corbin Bernsen) discovers a body of a young woman, Shawn (James Roday) begins to suspect that the victim’s plastic surgeon (Lori Loughlin), and a former flame of Henry’s, who the victim was suing might be responsible. Running his own investigation, Henry uncovers another patient (Rebeka Montoya) as well as rival plastic surgeon (Gregory Harrison) both of whom had motive for the murder. However, Shawn’s theory looks more promising, especially after Henry finds the drug used to kill the victim in his former flame’s purse (and gets knocked unconscious by her shortly afterward).
When he realizes that the rest of the Titans won’t fall for anymore of his pranks, Beast Boy (Greg Cipes) turns to the team’s most gullible member by making Starfire (Hynden Walch) believe she has accidentally killed her teammate. To further torment the Tamaran princess, Beast Boy decides to begin haunting Starfire as his ghost.
In the show’s Third Season finale old friends return as Five-0 searches to find a dangerous terrorist (Michael Irby) loose on the island who has already brutally killed five Federal agents in order to escape and has kidnapped his son from the child’s mother (Yara Martinez). In order to find the killer, McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) makes a trip to maximum security prison to have a talk with Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos). Meanwhile, after discovering she’s been framed for murder, Kono (Grace Park) goes into hiding with Adam‘s (Ian Anthony Dale) help while trying to prove Michael Noshimuri (Daniel Henney) is responsible for both the murder and framing Kono for the crime.
It’s been 26-and-a-half years since the name The Valeyard has been mentioned in an episode of Doctor Who. Not only does the final episode of the 50th Anniversary season mention him by name, but it strongly foreshadows his imminent return. Of course that’s far from all “The Name of The Doctor” offers. We finally learn the secret of Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), see The Doctor‘s (Matt Smith) final battle with The Great Intelligence (Richard E. Grant), and take a trip to the one place no Time Lord should ever go – his grave. The second-half of Series Seven has been high on concept, if a little shaky at times in execution, but the season finale sets up some huge stories for the show’s 50th Anniversary Special and beyond.
When their favorite DJ (Brent Chapman) is murdered on the air, and the station is in jeopardy of closing down without their #1 money maker, Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) go undercover as “Santa Barbara’s newest and most potent morning show” and “The Playa Gus” to find the killer. Suspects include the DJ’s producer (Haig Sutherland) and former partner (Dale Wolfe), the station manager (Garcelle Beauvais), who has a little thing for Gus, and another radio personality (Dale Wilson), all of whom had motives for wanting the man dead.
Oh, goodness…it’s 1 hour and 30 minutes of Doctor Who, the week in comics, and of course a tribble ranch of Star Trek Into Darkness! Oh, and a little thing we like to call “the return of Bobby”. We don’t spoil the shit out of Star Trek because mostly we can’t articulate our thoughts particularly well, but there’s all manner of nerdraging and nerd boners.
After going an entire week without any crime-fighting, and constantly getting into the business of the other members, the team forces a jittery Robin (Scott Menville) to learn to relax by locking him in the Titan Tower and refusing to let him out until their leader learns how to chill. (They do know Robin was trained by Batman, right?) The funniest moment of the episode involves a confession by Beast Boy (Greg Cipes) who admits at times he replaces himself with an animal he has painted green, allowing him to sneak back to the Tower and find his “oneness with the couch.”
Five-0 investigates the murder of a security guard at geological site who stumbled upon Yakuza dumping ground of murder victims whose bodies the killers were removing. Things hit even closer to home for Kono (Grace Park) when Chin Ho (Daniel Dae Kim) discovers partial remains of two bodies whose killer was believed to be Adam‘s (Ian Anthony Dale) brother Michael (Daniel Henney). When her boyfriend returns home still secretive about his dealings in Japan, Kono traces a call from Adam to Yakuza hitmen and straight to a warehouse with the bodies of the Yakuza victims leading to a shoot-out with two suspects that leaves Kono seriously wounded.