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Episode 22 – Doomsday

Posted by | May 14, 2009.

Rokk returns from the 31st Century and informs Clark that Doomsday will kill him, and gives him a new Legion ring to transport Doomsday to the future. Instead, Clark decides to use black kryptonite to split Davis from Doomsday, and bury the beast a mile underground. Tess confronts Lois about stealing the Kryptonian orb, but as the two fight Lois finds the Legion ring and is transported to another time in history. When Davis starts to change, Chloe uses the black kryptonite to split him herself. Clark battles Doomsday in the streets of Metropolis and manages to bury Doomsday, as planned, using explosives to seal the tunnel. Davis stabs Jimmy when he realizes that Chloe still loves Jimmy, but before he dies Jimmy impales Davis on a metal rod. Clark tells Chloe that it is human-learned emotions that have caused him the most trouble, and vows that “Clark Kent is dead”; the orb returns to Tess and releases General Zod.

Episode 22 – Lucifer Rising

Posted by | May 14, 2009.

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith, while Castiel and Zachariah kidnap Dean and tell him it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Zachariah later reveals to Dean that the angels are not trying to stop the final seal from being broken, and his job will be to defeat Lucifer after the Apocalypse happens. Castiel reveals to Dean that Lillith’s death is the final seal, and Sam will unknowingly free Lucifer by killing her. Dean convinces Castiel to help him escape so they can stop Sam from killing Lillith. At the end of the episode, Sam kills Lillith and Ruby reveals that she has been planning this outcome with Lillith all along. Sam and Dean kill Ruby as the door to Lucifer’s prison begins to open.

Episode 16 and 17 – The Incident

Posted by | May 13, 2009.

In 1977, the survivors succeed in detonating the hyrdogen bomb at the constuction site of the Swan station, with dire consequences for several characters. In 2007, Locke and the Others travel to the base of the four-toed statue, where Jacob lives. Locke is revealed to be an impostor: an old acquaintance of Jacob’s, who tricks Ben into killing Jacob. In flashbacks, Jacob visits several of the main characters.

Episode 23 – Zero Tolerance

Posted by | May 12, 2009.

West Bev’s Hollywood-themed prom is full of surprises, but first Harry warns his students that any non-school sponsored parties after the prom will be met with serious consequences. Naomi learns that Jen has maxed out her credit card to furnish their new home, but soon forgets her problems when Liam asks her to the prom. Meanwhile, Liam continues to count down the moments until Annie shows her true colors, but to prove him wrong, she accepts theater-geek Charlie’s , invitation to the dance. Kelly attempts to warn Ryan about Jen’s devious personality, which he interprets as Kelly’s jealousy. Navid confronts Ty during a fight about abandoning his soon-to-be child with Adrianna, but rushes to Adrianna’s side when she goes into labor. Dixon is surprised to learn he’s nominated for Prom King, and Silver is even more surprised when she has the opportunity to speak her mind in front of her peers. Features the song “Houses” by Great Northern during the prom entrance.

Episode 24 – Both Sides Now

Posted by | May 11, 2009.

House takes on a case of a patient with two different personalities as a result of having the left and right part of the brain operating independently. Meanwhile, he deals with the aftermath of his night of sex with Cuddy.

Episode 22 – 5:00 a.m.-6:00 a.m.

Posted by | May 11, 2009.

Jack and Renee race to locate Jibraan, who is being coerced into helping Tony to launch a bio-attack on Washington Metro. Due to some timely hacking by Chloe and Janis, Jack and Renee are able to locate Tony, ramming his van before capturing him. Despite their rivalry, Chloe and Janis also recover Tony’s data which was damaged before it could be secured. With this they contact Jibraan, who helps them intercept the canister; he is reunited with his brother after Jack manages to isolate the canister before the bioweapon is released. Olivia meets with her contact, who reveals that he forced Hodges’ murder through; she tries to cover her tracks, but Agent Pierce calls Ethan Kanin for help in accessing an electronic recording device in her office, with which he plans to uncover her misdealings. Finally, Jack is contacted and threatened by Tony’s accomplice, Cara Bowden, who has a pair of operatives covertly shadowing Kim at the airport; Cara will have Kim killed unless Jack helps Tony escape.

Episode 23 – As Fast As She Can

Posted by | May 11, 2009.

Ted continues trying to land a client for Mosbius Designs, and when Tony tries to help nothing goes as planned—for either of them. Barney tries to smooth talk his way out of a ticket.

Episode 22 – Marry Me a Little

Posted by | May 10, 2009.

Gabrielle is upset when Carlos’s family stops for a visit and asks the Solises to take Gabrielle’s niece under their wing. An NRS agent halts Jackson’s plans of marrying Susan, while Tom wishes to have plastic surgery until Lynette convinces him not to. Bree tries to hide her intentions from Orson.

Episode 21 – The Born Identity

Posted by | May 7, 2009.

Baby William is the unlikely hold up in Mode receiving the money it needs to save the company, whilst Hilda is asked to help with a political campaign.

Episode 25 – Cafe Disco

Posted by | May 7, 2009.

Michael repurposes his old office space into a cafe-disco lounge for the Dunder Miffin staff. Pam and Jim plan a secret trip to elope. Phyllis is taken aback by Bob’s new secretary.