Alex and Kelly take a big step, Lena bonds with Brainy over their hatred of Lex, and Kara makes a new friend.
The finale of Wynonna Earp’s fourth (and likely final) season is a love letter to the fans by way of a big gay wedding.
Alex and Kelly struggle to keep hope alive in National City as Kara fights to survive in the Phantom Zone.
Gottmik wants to show that trans people don’t have to be Barbie and Ken. Or, maybe, in her case, that trans men can be Barbie too.
It’s the (probably?) penultimate episode, and you aren’t ready and we aren’t ready. Nicole Haught, though? Born ready.
Toxic marriage! Psychedelic mushrooms! Serial killer weddings! This Riverdale midseason finale has it all.
Lena rejoins Team Super as Kara leads the charge to stop Lex once and for all. Plus, Alex gets her superhero name!
I promised myself I wouldn’t spend this entire recap yelling, “BLACK WOMEN THOUGH!!” but in this scene (and another later), we get three Black women sharing screentime, and two of them are queer main characters on a network superhero drama. I didn’t know I was allowed to want this when Black Lightning entered my life, and for it to be happening again? Teenage Nic is screaming right now.
Never doubt someone with lesbian moms!
Shit is starting to get real for girls, guy, and gays of Purgatory as we creep through the fog toward the final episode.
I’m simply begging these characters to go to therapy.
Everyone in Gotham City goes to Coryana to look for Kate Kane and everyone almost dies because of it, which is ironic because of who’s actually alive back in Gotham City.
Purgatory’s Trivia Night turns into a competition for who has the tastiest brain and Waverly learns why Nicole has been too afraid to show her face in town.
Cheryl Blossom outdoes herself by throwing a vengeful key party. You read that correctly!
Ryan and Alice confront their pasts, Mary DRIVES THE BATMOBILE, and Sophie’s arms got something to say about it.
It’s Halloween in Purgatory and Waverly and Wynonna don’t remember their own names.
Shoutout to the faggy trans guys and the dykey trans girls of the world and our beautifully complicated genders.
Frightening at times and hilarious at others, it’s another chaotic but great episode of Riverdale that absolutely justifies the time-jump this season.
Drag Race returns with the game that taught a generation of gays about Grey Gardens. That’s right, it’s Snatch Game.
Everybody loves Waverly! Wynonna Earp is back for a love drunk mid-season premiere.
Angelique and Ryan get closer, Sophie gets a new nickname, and Ryan’s Kryptonite wound is OUT OF CONTROL.