See photos from The Sinner season one episode, "Part VI."
The heart-pounding final moments of Part V zoom into this week’s sixth outing with Mason (Christopher Abbott) walking up to J.D.’s home, gun in-hand. The episode is also very flashback-heavy and we learn more about the conversations and events that led to Cora (Jessica Biel) being with J.D. on July 4, 2012. Then at long last, Cora remembers what happened to her in that basement. All that and more in this week’s recap below.
[*Warning, recap contains spoilers]
Someone got to J.D. first.
See photos from the Inside The FBI: New York Season 1 episode, "Global Fight."
Former Assistant Special Agent in Charge Don Borelli recounts uncovering a plot to bomb New York City’s subway system dubbed “Operation High Rise.” Special Agent-in-Charge, Counterterrorism Carlos Fernandez and NYPD Detective Frank Garcia develop relationships in Uganda that may help them stop future terrorist threats.
Brian Arnold captains Party Time; Drew Drechsel leads the Real Life Ninjas; Jamie Rahn commands the Rahn-aways; Abel Gonzalez captains the InviciAbels.
Separated by only a bridge, the rival towns of Aliquippa and Ambridge bring their long history of bad blood onto the football field; Beaver Falls continues its successful season.
See photos from Queen of the South season 1, episode 6, "El Engaño Como la Regla."
In episode 106 of Shooter, "Killing Zone," we met Rathford O’Brien, played by William Fichtner, who provided a lot of this week’s badassery. O’Brien is the gunsmith who supplied the red bullets Tree of Liberty was using, just like the one used to kill the Ukrainian President. Of course, Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) found out it wasn’t exactly O’Brien’s bullet the shooter used either, but this was one visit worth making. Here are the top moments from "Killing Zone," ranked!
Bob Lee tracks down his former instructor Rathford O’Brien to help him find the shooter. Nadine interrogates Payne and a reporter approaches Julie with a deal.
Warning: Recap Contains Spoilers
In an episode that begins with Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) waking up on a hillside, then immediately having to fight for his life, he gets critical help in his search for the real shooter. Agent Nadine Memphis (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) and general bad dude Jack Payne (Eddie McClintock) continue their dance as she tries to get at the truth. Isaac Johnson (Omar Epps) also starts to question his role in the conspiracy.
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