Once Upon a Time (11/17) – Two hours of magical goodness. I should have picked up on Gothel being the witch in the tower. So, is she really Eloise, or was Hook really searching for someone else? I assumed it was his daughter all along. And then there’s the fact that his daughter is Alice/Lily. Didn’t see that coming either. I still want to know what safe guard Ivy put in place. And who is Regina going to search for in San Francisco. Is that going to be Zelena or someone else? I would have sworn that Rumple was awake, but he sure didn’t act like it, so what’s his game?
Supergirl – I’m a bit surprised that they have now introduced Reign. And right before the four-way crossover, too. I wouldn’t have expected that until early next year. On the other hand, as soon as Mon-El was so worried about the one chamber, I knew that was his wife. No idea where they will go from here going forward, however.
Dancing with the Stars (Monday) – Please, Len. Everyone knows who is going to win. Jordan has been a shoe in since the very first episode of the season. I can’t remember when we had a season this obvious so early on. Not that he doesn’t deserve it as the dances tonight showed. There were some great ones, and the freestyles were awesome for sure. Not surprised it was Drew who went out tonight. These are the final three I’ve been expecting for several weeks now.
The Flash – As stupid as Barry was, at least they didn’t make us takes weeks to confirm the identity of The Thinker. Nice to see that they are changing up their formula. Now, we just need to figure out his end game.
Legends of Tomorrow – I don’t like Grodd, so the fact that he’s now going to be a part of this show doesn’t make me happy at all. Like the sub-plot with Mick. Sara must feature heavily into the crossover since they gave her the episode pretty much off.
Dancing with the Stars (Tuesday) – As I said, Jordan won. No surprise, and that’s a good thing. He deserved to win. I mean, did he ever really have a bad week? I was perfectly okay with the order of the finishes, in fact. Great season. And did I hear right that they are only doing four weeks in the spring, and all athletes? Very interesting. I bet this is thanks to American Idol.