CW Upcoming Episodes Press Release - Various Shows - 21st - 25th April 2014 By DarkUFO (April 3, 2014, 6:58 pm)
Hart of Dixie, Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, The Originals, Reign, The 100
MONDAY, APRIL 21
“What Storm Is This That Blows So” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
(TV-14, DLV) (HDTV)
A HURRICANE LOOMS, TRAPPING EVERYONE INSIDE THE SCHOOL — A hurricane suddenly hits the town and everyone is trapped inside the school. Teri (Chelsea Gilligan) drugs Roman (Matt Lanter), which leaves him very paranoid and very angry. While drugged he says some very hurtful things to Emery (Aimee Teegarden) that alter their relationship. Taylor (Natalie Hall) convinces Drake (Greg Finley) that they should go public as a couple. However, when Grayson (Grey Damon) overhears the couple talking, he blackmails Drake into breaking up with Taylor. Meanwhile, Julia (Malese Jow) turns to Emery for help after Eva (guest star Stephanie Jacobsen) threatens her. Norman Buckley directed the episode written by Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Yolanda E. Lawrence (#110).
THE TOMORROW PEOPLE
“A Sort of Homecoming” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
A POWER PLAY — With the possible return of Roger (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) on the horizon, everyone is concerned about the consequences if The Founder (guest star Simon Merrells) were to find out. Stephen (Robbie Amell) now knows the truth about the machine The Founder has been using him to train in and needs John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara’s (Peyton List) help to destroy it. Meanwhile, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and other Tomorrow People have lost hope they will ever find The Refuge and choose to head out on their own. Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock also star. John Behring directed the episode written by Jeff Rake and Alex Katsnelson (#120).
THE BREAKING POINT — Desperate to help Kieran (guest star Todd Stashwick), Cami (Leah Pipes) insists on an unconventional treatment, but her good intentions lead Kieran to a violent episode. After Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) disagree over the best way to handle the Crescent Wolves, Elijah makes a trip to the bayou, where he is witness to a horrific explosion that only adds to the hatred and mistrust among the communities. While Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons) and Elijah work to save the wounded, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) learns a surprising piece of her family history from Marcel (Charles Michael Davis). Kellie Cyrus directed the episode written by Ashley Lyle & Bart Nickerson (#119).
SHERIFF MILLS TRIES TO SAVE A YOUNG GIRL FROM A VAMPIRE NEST — Sheriff Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) after she kills a vampire who attacked a prisoner named Annie (guest star Katherine Ramdeen). They discover Annie was kidnapped by a family of vampires who use her as bait to lure in humans they can then feed on. Sheriff Mills tries to rescue Annie from her captors, but finds out the hard way that family always comes first. Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Robert Berens (#919).
ROY SPINS OUT OF CONTROL — The mirakuru sends Roy (Colton Haynes) into an uncontrollable rage and he unleashes on the city. After Roy’s deadly fight with a police officer, Oliver (Stephen Amell) realizes the mirakuru has taken over Roy completely and must figure out a way to stop him. Things get more complicated after Sara (Caity Lotz) declares that Roy is too far gone and the only way to stop him is to kill him. Meanwhile, Thea (Willa Holland) believes she can breakthrough to Roy so she goes on camera at Moira’s (Susanna Thompson) campaign rally to lure him to Verdant. Her ploy works but after Roy attacks Thea, Team Arrow unleashes on him. Doug Aarniokoski directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Beth Schwartz (#220).
GONE GIRL — Bellamy (Bob Morley) leads his crew into Grounder territory as they search for Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos). Raven (guest star Lindsey Morgan) can’t help but notice the deep connection between Finn (Thomas McDonell) and Clarke (Eliza Taylor). Meanwhile, flashbacks reveal Bellamy’s and Octavia’s childhood on the Ark. Paige Turco, Isaiah Washington, Henry Ian Cusick, Devon Bostick and Chris Larkin also star. Wayne Rose directed the episode written by Tracy Bellomo & Dorothy Fortenberry (#106).
THURSDAY, APRIL 24
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES
“Man on Fire” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
FLASHBACKS TO THE 1960s — Stefan (Paul Wesley) tries to distract Elena (Nina Dobrev) from obsessing about the state of her relationship with Damon (Ian Somerhalder), while Bonnie (Kat Graham) does her best to be realistic about how the changes happening on the Other Side will affect her existence as the Anchor. Damon demands the Traveler knife, forcing Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Matt (Zach Roerig) to admit it has gone missing. Through flashbacks to election night, 1960, Enzo (guest star Michael Malarkey) reveals to Elena, Stefan and Bonnie that he has learned what happened to his long-lost love, Maggie (guest star Heather Hemmens), and then, with the unwilling help of Liv (guest star Penelope Mitchell) and Luke (guest star Chris Brochu), things take an ugly turn. Trying to calm Enzo down, Damon intervenes, but his words cause Enzo to make a desperate and dangerous decision that leads to a violent confrontation with Stefan. Finally, Markos (guest star Raffi Barsoumian) enlists Sloan’s (guest star Caitlin McHugh) help in a ritual designed to break an ancient curse against the Travelers. Tyler (Michael Trevino) is forced to play a dangerous part in the ritual, while witnessing the incredible power the Travelers now possess. Michael Allowitz directed the episode written by Melinda Hsu Taylor & Matthew D’Ambrosio (#519).
“Toy Soldiers” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
FOR LOVE OR COUNTRY — When Mary’s uncle, the Duke of Guise (guest star Gil Darnell), arrives in France with devastating news about her mother, Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Francis (Toby Regbo) realize they are torn between putting their own countries first or saving their marriage. With the English throne in jeopardy, King Henry (Alan Van Sprang) hatches an elaborate plan that will end in disaster. Meanwhile, Bash (Torrance Coombs) and Kenna (Caitlin Stasey) solidify their marriage and begin to trust one another. Megan Follows, Anna Popplewell and Celina Sinden also star. The episode was directed by Chris Grismer and written by Mike Herro and David Strauss (#119).
FRIDAY, APRIL 25
WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
“Nolan Gould” — (8:00-8:30 p.m. ET) (TV-14, DL) (HDTV)
IT’S A MODERN TWIST — WITH GUEST STAR APPEARANCE BY NOLAN GOULD (“MODERN FAMILY”) — Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedians Jeff Davis and Greg Proops, put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. The four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs. After each round of improvisation, Aisha will dole out points to our four performers and declare a winner at the end of every episode. Directed by Geraldine Dowd.
WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?
“Michael Weatherly” — (8:30-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, D) (HDTV)
THERE’S NO CRIME IN LAUGHING — WITH GUEST STAR APPEARANCE BY MICHAEL WEATHERLY (“NCIS”) — Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedian Greg Proops, put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. The four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs. After each round of improvisation, Aisha will dole out points to our four performers and declare a winner at the end of every episode. Directed by Geraldine Dowd.
IN THE MIDDLE — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finds herself in the middle of Wade (Wilson Bethel) and Vivian’s (guest star Lauren Bittner) relationship, putting her in an awkward position. Things between Lavon (Cress Williams) and AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) are getting worse and starting to affect the town. Lemon (Jaime King) is upset when she receives a less-than-perfect health inspection grade and devises a plan to get it changed. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) needs a distraction and begrudgingly agrees to go on a date with a Bible School teacher. Tim Matheson also stars. David Paymer directed the episode written by Jamie Gorenberg (#319).