The Flash Season 4 Episode 4 Episode 15 Recap: Enter Flashtime

It was time to take back the streets of Central City. 

When The Flash Season 4 Episode 15 kicked off, Barry rushed to Iris and admitted he could not save her this time. 

Yes, we were totally wondering if we had missed the whole previous episode, but thankfully we were taken eight minutes into the past to get a nice dose of clarity. 

Cisco and Iris were training Barry how to outrun DeVoe’s breaches, and this resulted in the happy couple taking a break to chat about their relationship. 

That’s when Barry agreed they should go on a date because, well, they’ve barely had a second to spend together as a married couple. 

That’s when Harry arrived and told them that Devoe had been planning to steal the powers form the bus metahumans for longer than they initially thought. 

Jesse Quick appeared, and she wasted no time in grilling her dad about the way he’s dealing with her mother’s death. 

However, they were interrupted by the revelation that a fight with guns had broken out. Just when it seemed like our team was winning the battle, a nuke was revealed. 

Barry and Jesse conferred about what they could do to save everyone, and Jesse went to get Jay Garrick from Earth-3 because they both thought he would know something. 

Cisco tried to send the nuke into another Earth, but not one with any life form. But Cisco could not handle the heat inside Flashtime and made his way back to the normal world. 

Jay arrived on the scene and immediately felt that the mission could lead to the end of the Speed Force. That would mean no more speedsters. 

He offered up some news that the nuke could be cooled down, and that could save everyone from a certain death. 

Killer Frost offered to help out, but her powers were useless inside the Flashtime, so she was sent back to the regular world. 

Iris told Barry about Caitlin using the quark sphere and that Barry should try to get that to drop the bomb. Barry entered the Force once again, and her plan worked. 

Iris saved the day!

The big closing moment found the mystery girl in Jitters spilling coffees on Caitlin and Harry. The youngster said she was waiting to meet someone, but it was later revealed Caitlin and Harry were who she was talking about. 

Let me present a theory: That girl is totally Barry and Iris’ child from another Earth. It’s uncanny, and we’re sure all will be revealed soon enough. 

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 12 Recap: Gag Fit

You don’t mess with Lisa Vanderpump, and Dorit Kemsley learned that the hard way on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 12

If you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, you will know that the pair have been at odds for weeks now, and that’s down to Dorit running her mouth at every turn. 

When the episode got underway, Camille Grammer and Lisa Rinna were showing off their smoking bodies, and complaining about how they are not fans of the way they look. 

In Camille’s defense, she’s been through a lot the past few years. She did have Stage 2 cancer, but it seems she is in remission now, and we are so thankful she can stick around to throw zingers at the other housewives. 

While that was going down, Kyle and Erika went out for some lunch and debriefed with each other about Lisa V going to war with both Kyle and Dorit. 

Kyle seemed happy that she made things right with Lisa, but it sure sounded like she was still mad at Dorit. Dorit has been causing nothing but trouble during The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8. 

She’s battled with just about every cast member, but Lisa V was determined to put the past behind her, and it was about time. 

Camille threw a big event for the Foundation for Women’s cancer, and all the women were on board to support her, but Dorit had an ulterior motive at the event. 

“The only thing I care about is repairing my relationship with Lisa Vanderpump,” she said to the audience as though butter wouldn’t melt. 

That’s when things got awkward. Lisa seemed to want to just move past all of the drama, but when Dorit is practically hanging off her ankle like a puppy wanting attention, it gets tedious. 

The event went well, but Dorit persisted in her quest to get Lisa back on her side, and it resulted in Lisa leaving after being chased by Dorit. 

They chatted on the couch, and it looked like Dorit was holding her against her will. All Dorit wanted was assurance that the past was indeed behind them. 

That irked Lisa because of all the crap Dorit had caused. All it would have taken is an apology, but Dorit does not have the word “sorry” in her vocabulary for some reason. 

Lisa admitted that Dorit calling her needy “wasn’t exactly a f—ing compliment.” Lisa made her getaway, but Dorit was not done and continued to follow her. 

The final big event of the episode focused on Lisa’s birthday lunch, and she was still pissed about the way Dorit had acted earlier. 

Teddi was first to arrive, and Lisa opened up to her about how much she was mad. She then said that she was going to serve Dorit champagne in a tumbler if she asked for a drink. 

In case you missed it: Dorit and Teddi only hate each other because Teddi served her wine in a champagne flute. Yes, that’s how twisted Dorit can be. 

Surprisingly, Dorit was served her drink in an ugly green tumbler, and she was not impressed. 

Camille also got some revenge on Dorit by giving her a pink ball gag, presumably to shut her mouth for a few minutes. 

Dorit decided she was not going to the after party at Pump and departed with a look of thunder on her face. 

We have one word for you, Dorit: Karma!

“Well, yes Dorit, I’m going to have a dig at you. I’ll say it with humor, I’ll couple it with jest — but I’m sending the message that this relationship has taken on a slightly different meaning,” said Lisa in a confessional. 

The final scene found Lisa reshooting the photos for the jewelry line Dorit modeled for because Dorit did not like them. Yes, Lisa Vanderpump is back, and Dorit had better watch out. 

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Sister Wives Season 9 Episode 8 Recap: The Truth Comes Out

It was all joy for the cast of Sister Wives when Maddie returned home for her baby shower, but as is always the case on this series, nothing ever goes to plan. 

When Sister Wives Season 9 Episode 8 got underway,  it was all about Mariah and her relationship with Audrey. If you watch Sister Wives online, you will know that Meri has never had the best relationship with her daughter. 

Seriously, it seemed like hell was going to freeze over before they ever got on good terms again. 

But here we are, and Meri is trying to plan a family dinner to introduce Audrey to the wild family formally. Surprisingly, Audrey got along with EVERYONE. 

If you thought Kody would be complaining about the things his family has faced over the years, you were sadly mistaken. Instead, Kody was open and honest with Audrey, and she respected that. 

Caleb and Maddie were also at the event, and it allowed them to show off the baby bump. The size of the bump was the topic of the conversation, and many wondered whether she had more than one child. 

Madison was letting the comments get to her, and she told them to stop talking smack, or she would have to make them pay for it. 

Elsewhere, we learned the sad news that Ysabel’s scoliosis was causing her trouble. At the time of the diagnosis, she was told to wear a night brace to try and reduce the issues with her spine. 

This was not good for Ysabel because she found it uncomfortable, but Christine found a program that had success with helping to reduce the issues. 

While Christine and Kody had to agree about the best course of action for their daughter, it was clear they were still having problems int their marriage. 

As such, they continued to go to therapy on a regular basis. Then there were the issues between Kody and Meri. Meri still wanted to buy the bed and breakfast. 

In Kody’s defense, he felt like Meri would turn to the family for financial help if anything went wrong with the venture. He wanted to know that Meri could sustain it all on her own. 

At therapy, the pair reached an agreement, and Kody said he would try to offer as much support as he could to her, but he stopped short of saying he would like to get intimate with her. 

At Ysabel’s appointment, we learned that the doctor was ready to follow through with surgery and that meant she did not need to wear the brace anymore. 

However, she had to build up muscle memory because she was going to be in a tough position after it with physiotherapy. 

All of this resulted in Kody and Christine getting closer together, and that made them happy. It’s been a long time coming, but they are finally back together and showing a united front. 

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The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 Recap: The Lost and the Plunderers

How does life continue after the death of a loved one?

That was the big question on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10, an hour which focused on six different stories. Yeah, fans tend to complain about the slow episodes that follow just one character, so this one seemed like a way of proving the show can still be exciting.



We picked up with Michonne in the immediate aftermath of Carl’s death. Michonne realized that Carl had painted his hands with Judith’s on the porch. 

Michonne and Rick realized the best foot forward was to make a getaway from Alexandria and regroup with their allies somewhere else. 

Rick was not wanting to follow through on Carl’s last wishes, and refused to read the letter Carl left for him. The only thing giving Rick the drive he needed was finding a way to get the truth from Jadis about the alliance. 

When they arrived at the landfill Jadis and her mischevious group called home, walkers descended on them, and it did not look good. 


Negan and Simon were chatting about what happened when they attacked each of the places they planned to. Negan did not know how to feel about the fact that Carl played him. 

Was he ready to admit that Carl was one of the best manipulators around, or was he prepared to move on and try to take down some more of Rick’s group?

Well, it seemed like Simon was lying to him for a start. He claimed the drama at Hilltop all went to plan. Negan then told Simon “the garbage people” were next on the hit list. 

Negan tasked Simon with killing one of them to keep them in line. It was a classic move from the Negan playbook. 


Aaron and Enid were stuck at Oceanside, and Rachel was still whining about Natania being killed. She even went as far as claiming they should be killed. 

Cyndie was the one given the power to decide who to kill, and she thought about it. 

Enid admitted to Aaron that, given the opportunity, she would kill again. In the end, the pair were ousted from Oceanside and told never to return … or else. 

Aaron said he was going to stick around because he needed to get them to join the fight with them. Enid worried that she would not see him again, but a new friendship was formed. 


Simon made his way to the Hilltop and Jadis tried to imply that she had not sided with Rick and that she was still on his side. Simon said the Saviors needed to take all of their belongings to prove the “garbage people” were on board with Negan. 

Simon made some jokes about the garbage, and then shot Brion because Jadis was anything but open with him. Simon then gave the order to take down all of the Scavengers. Yeah, he was totally going against Negan’s word on this one. 


When Rick and Michonne made their getaway from the walkers, they realized the walkers were actually the Scavengers. She admitted that she thought she and her people could make something of the landfill and that’s why they stuck around for so long. 

“This was our world, apart form everyone else in every way,” she dished. She pleaded with Rick to allow her to join him and his people, but he left her high and dry to fend for herself. 


Rick was glad he did not kill her, but he was too consumed by his grief to care about what came next. Rick decided to read some letters, and he was shocked to learn that there was one for Negan. 

He looked at it and found out that Carl wanted peace between everyone because too many people died. Rick called out for Negan on the walkie-talkie and said that he was coming for him. 

Negan concluded that Rick had already lost. 

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Arrow Season 6 Episode 14 Recap: Collision Course

Black Siren is one of the sketchiest characters in all of DC TV. 

On Arrow Season 6 Episode 14, Dinah continued her mission to find and kill Laurel 2.0, and it resulted in one of the worst episodes of the series to date. 

When we picked up, Oliver was still in police custody and learning all of the information. He subsequently met up with his cabinet. 

There was a lot of uncertainty in the air because the money they gave to Cayden was well and truly missing. 

Oliver revealed to Lance and Thea that Dinah was not about to give up her fight to take down Laurel and that they needed to stop her before it was too late. 

Dinah dropped the bomb on Oliver that the money from the offshore account was gone, and this presented Oliver with a big issue: The city was going to fall apart if the money was not returned. 

Dinah knew Laurel was behind it and showed off footage from the security camera to prove as much. This further fueled Dinah’s rage towards the Earth-2 version of Laurel Lance. 

While everyone seemed to be on the lookout for Laurel, we learned that Lance still had her and was helping her recover from her gunshot wound. 

Lance kept Laurel’s whereabouts on the down low and even went as far as trying to help them find ways to capture her. 

He thought he was doing well, but then Thea followed him back to the lair and witnessed him helping the villain. 

The fractured Team Arrow met up at Dinah, Curtis and Rene’s hideout, and it became a big argument over who took Black Siren. 

The fight was pointless, but Rene managed to put a listening device on Oliver, so now they will be one step ahead of the game when trying to get ahead of their former allies. 

Thea got Laurel on the phone with Oliver, and she revealed that she would hand over the cash so long as Team Arrow helped her get well out of the country and away from Dinah’s clutches. 

Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity were on with the plan to help, but then Diggle’s bionic arm started acting up, and we got the reveal that Curtis was hacking it to get their location. 

Dinah and her friends appear, and a big fight ensues, but Curtis manages to persuade Dinah into not killing Black Siren. 

Rene was injured in the fight, and he had to be taken to the hospital, and it emerged that his injuries were severe. 

Oliver had to tell everyone on his cabinet that they may not even get the money back, so it might be best to just give up on it. 

In a final scene, Laurel was at a warehouse and asked for help from a worker under the pretense that she was kidnapped. 

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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 13 Recap: You Really Got a Hold on Me

It was crossover night on Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 13, and that meant we got to meet the key character from what will likely be our newest obsession. 

Yes, Station 19 is the newest Grey’s Anatomy spin-off, and it joins TGIT later this month. 

We picked up with Andy appearing in an ambulance with her hand inside a kid’s stomach, clutching his aorta. The kid was left home with his brother, and things went disastrously wrong when they tried out some chemistry. 

Meredith and April were shocked that Andy knew to reach inside the wound and hold on for dear life. Alas, they had to get the kid to the OR in a swift manner because his pulse was weakening. 

They did so, and Meredith tasked Andy with using a clamp to take her hand off of the aorta. Andy was surprised she managed to win. Hellmouth kept popping up with an important phone call regarding Meredith’s surgical procedure. 

Ultimately, Andy took the phone call and unleashed holy hell on the man on the other side of the phone. She spoke in another language and managed to get Meredith the patent for the procedure. 

Andy also had to go toe-to-toe with her new employee, Ben Warren. He was sticking his nose in at the hospital to make sure the two boys were getting the best care possible. 

The other kid was in trouble because he had a skull fracture and glass embedded in his leg. Owen, Bailey, and Webber joined forces to save him, and they just managed it. 

There were big issues in the OR because of the way everyone kept bickering over the way Miranda was operating on the patient. 

Then there was Alex, DeLuca, and Amelia. They were stumped trying to find a way to save Kimmie. If you watch Grey’s Anatomy online, you will know that Kimmie’s operation failed because if the tumor was removed, it would have taken her speech with it. 

The team tried to find a way to laser the tumor off, and despite some hiccups, they realized at the end of the hour that going at the tumor with multiple lasers was the best foot forward. 

Finally, Jackson grew concerned because April was known as Dr. Party all around the hospital by the interns, and he was worried she was going down a dark path. 

Arizona was not impressed with Jackson complaining, but she later changed her tune when she witnesses April on the bar with a bottle of tequila and screaming about getting drunk. 

Yeah, April is in for a tough time of it!

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Grey’s Anatomy continues Thursdays on ABC!


The Flash Season 4 Episode 14 Recap: DeVoe Claims a Victim

With DeVoe now looking to kill the rest of the metas from the bus, Team Flash knew it was time to find and save everyone. 

When The Flash Season 4 Episode 14 got underway, the team got to work to find the next meta before DeVoe had the opportunity to strike. 

Thanks to the bus, Ralph managed to find a music demo on, and it led them to a meta named Izzy. When the team caught up with her, they found out that she was an aspiring country singer. 

She struggled to use her powers safely, and that was a big issue for her. She managed to make an exit away from the team … even after learning about DeVoe. 

After some back and forth, the team tried checking the singer’s website and located her whereabouts. But DeVoe showed up when they got a lead on her. 

DeVoe threatened the team, but Izzy proved her worth and used a power to send the villain flying away. This put him in a fragile state, but Marlize was on hand to take her man out of the situation. 

Team Flash tried to tell Izzy that she needed to hide or she ran the risk of being murdered, but she felt like she was about to be discovered. 

Who wants to be holed up in S.T.A.R. Labs when their big break could be coming? 

Thanks (again!) to Ralph, Izzy decided to stick around because she felt like it was time to train and harness her powers in a manner that would allow her to stay safe. 

Meanwhile, Harry tried to help Cecile with her newfound powers by creating a helmet that would suppress the powers, but they struggled to agree on the look of the device. 

Ultimately, Izzy found herself out picking a fight with DeVoe. Barry and Ralph showed up, and another crazy battle ensued. Izzy got the device on DeVoe’s forehead. 

The villain subsequently used all of it to his advantage and took over Izzy’s body and gained control of her powers. Yes, he now has SEVEN powers. 

This dude is never going to stop!

Cisco realized that there was a way to track DeVoe’s lair, and if he did, the team would be able to zip with him and find out all they needed to know before it was too late. 

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 11 Recap: Thank You, Thuck You

Did Lisa Vanderpump, Dorit Kemsley, and Kyle Richards finally get some clarity on why they were arguing?

If they did, could they tweet as much to viewers because it’s becoming increasingly difficult to make sense of why they all hated each other? 

On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 11, the division amongst the ladies continued to cause problems. 

That’s what divisions do, but it’s difficult to care when we don’t actually know what’s going on to make all of these women so mad. 

Would it be out of the realm of possibility for the producers to be lacing the alcohol these ladies consume by the gallon?

In any case, Lisa was still mad because Dorit was dragging her to the other women for being needy, or something. 

But then there was Kyle who wanted to go along for the ride and make the argument last longer. The reason? Because she felt good old LVP held her to a higher standard than the others. 

Sweetie, we all hold our BEST friends to a higher standard than the lower ones on the totem pole. 

Despite things being awkward as hell, the ladies were all gearing up to attend a fashion show for some things at Kyle’s New York store. 

Dorit decided it was time to extend the olive branch to Lisa Vanderpump, and she did so in predictable fashion. 

“Things come out of my mouth,” Dorit said. Yeah, somehow, this woman always tries to get out of owning up to anything, and it’s pretty tiring. 

Lisa countered that Dorit should not have been running her mouth to the ladies about what she told her about her childhood. 

“I love you, mainly on the strength of loving your husband, and wanting to love you and make it right,” said the SUR boss who seemed like she genuinely wanted to move on. 

Despite some back and forth, they managed to put their beef aside. 

However, Bethenny Frankel from The Real Housewives of New York was already on the warpath thanks to Kyle opening up about how Lisa treated her. 

Bethenny wasted no time in opening her mouth, but LVP elegantly brushed her off and thanked Kyle for helping her the night before. See! Was it THAT difficult to say thanks?

In any case, Bethenny was probably upset because she was promised a fight by Andy Cohen or something. It was a big bust, and the rest of the event went on without a hitch. 

Back in Beverly Hills, Kyle showed up at Lisa’s house for some fine dining. Lisa admitted that she did not want to lose her friendship with PK and that she wanted to just move on with her life. 

“Let me ask you a question,” Kyle says: “Do you feel like anything’s at stake with us?”

Lisa admitted that she held her to a different standard because they are better friends. 

“I made a mistake; there’s no buts, ifs, ands, or howevers. I am sorry that I neglected you; I didn’t realize you were that upset,” Lisa said to close of the episode. 

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Sister Wives Season 9 Episode 7 Recap: Risking Arrest

The Brown family learned the hard way on Sister Wives Season 9 Episode 7 that their fortune was going to get worse before it got better. 

If you watch Sister Wives online, you will know that the family only moved to Las Vegas after being forced to leave the state of Utah. 

This was because they were polygamists. There was the possibility that they were going to lose their kids, and even find themselves in jail. 

Thankfully, the family got out in the nick of time. Thus, they wound up in Las Vegas. 

With the family winning a lawsuit against the state of Utah for the way they were treated, it seemed like they could return whenever they wanted. 

However, the family heard of a new legislation that was being floated by the state of Utah, and that it would affect them in a big way if they ever decided to return. 

But Kody was not ready to accept defeat. His friend, Joe Darger had organized a march for polygamists, and he wanted the family to attend. 

In Kody’s defense, he was tired of having to accept whatever the state decided and felt like it was time for him and his family to get the upper hand. 

It was time for war. 

While Meri and Janelle were on board, Christine and Robyn were very much against it. Simply put, they all had differing views and that made sense. 

They ran the risk of being arrested and everything taken for them because they did not know the ins and outs of the latest legislation. 

In a surprising turn of events, Paedon spoke up because he was older and wiser than when they ran away from Utah before. He wanted to remain in Las Vegas. 

Elsewhere, Robyn was also worried about it. She was scared she was taken, and the kids were left without parents. Mariah showed up to march with her girlfriend. 

Mariah was unsure at first whether to go, but she decided it was best for her to help out with her family. Mariah had grown up a lot in the spotlight due to the family polygamy. 

That’s why she wanted to press on and help out. In the end, the family marched, and it all seemed to go well. There was a police presence, but they did not get in the way of the reality TV cameras. 

Will everything continue to go well for the family?

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Find out next Sunday when Sister Wives airs a brand new episode!


The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 9 Recap: Farewell, Carl Grimes!

Carl Grimes is out!

On The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 9, we finally said goodbye to another member of the Grimes family, and boy, it was emotional. 

We picked up with Carl assessing the fatal wound he had thanks to the walkers invading Alexandria. Carl was told about Michonne making her way to the Sanctuary, and she left him a note. 

The note gave Carl the guts to realize his time in the world was coming to a close, and he decided to write letters to his nearest and dearest. 

This kid has had a profound effect on all of the characters, so it made sense that his death would be such a big deal. Carl wasted no time in taking one last picture with Judith. 

He subsequently left both of their handprints in front of the house. Yeah, this episode was a real tearjerker, but it’s difficult to say goodbye to a long-serving cast member. 

Elsewhere, Morgan found himself in a difficult situation because the walkers were essentially gone, and he had to decide what was the best course of action. 

Carol was on hand to help hide some of the Kingdommers, and she returned to help Ezekiel make his way out of a deadly situation. 

The next big gut punch came when Carl revealed all about his bite to Rick and Michonne. Siddiq proved he was a good egg by offering to help care for Carl as his time ran out. 

That’s when Siddiq revealed that he was a medical resident. At that moment, he became useful to the rest of the team. They needed someone to help with medical instances. 

Carl continued to see Alexandria in the future, but Michonne wanted to get the kid to Hilltop to say his goodbyes and make sure he had the best care out there. 

Back above ground, Carol and Dwight continued to try and save Ezekiel from a certain death. They went to extreme measures and dispatched of Gavin’s friends. 

But Gavin made a getaway, and Morgan was mad. Morgan had to run for dear life to try and find the villain before it was too late. 

Back underground, Carl said goodbye to Michonne and admitted that she was his best friend. Carl said to Rick that the world could go back to normal and they could strive for change. 

Carl then told both of them to let him kill himself when the time was right. Carl killed himself, and Rick and Michonne got ready to bury the kid. 

That’s when we were treated to another flashforward, but this one showed Negan and Judith in the same scene. It looks like the villain is not going to be dying anytime soon. 


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The Walking Dead continues Sundays on AMC.