Being Human – S1E06: The season finale. Mitchell is rushed to hospital and Annie misses going through her door so she can go with him and George. The hospital staff are somewhat confused by Mitchell’s lack of heartbeat. Still weak, Mitchell needs to drink some blood in order to speed up the healing process. His former girlfriend from the 60s is ready to die and offers her blood to him. He drinks, killing her, and he is then able to leave the hospital. Mitchell then challenges Herrick to a fight on the condition that if Mitchell loses, Annie and George will be allowed to flee the country and not be hunted down. George and Annie don’t take this very well. George eventually agrees that it’s better for him and Annie to flee (along with Nina), angering Annie. However, George secretly goes to see Herrick and changes the location of the fight. While Mitchell waits on the hospital roof, Annie goes to attack the vampire headquarters. While there, one vampire mentions the fight being located in a “dungeon”. She teleports to Mitchell, and they start looking for George. They run past Nina, who informs them that George left her a letter in which he broke up with her. Annie and Mitchell find George in the hospital basement that he used to use for transforming. They eventually agree to allow George to fight Herrick, but Nina arrives and rushes in. George lunges at her then Mitchell and Annie get her out of the room. George finishes transforming and kills Herrick as the others watch. George and Nina later discuss his condition, and after George goes downstairs, we see claw scratches on Nina’s arm. The episode ends as we see Owen in some kind of psychiatric unit, speaking to a man about Annie and her friends. The man leaves and tells someone on the phone that he had “found them”, referring to our trio of protagonists.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – S1E20 “Heart of Glory”: The crew discover a damaged ship in the neutral zone. They board it to find three Klingons, one of which is badly injured. The Klingons come to the Enterprise, and tell the crew that the ship was attacked by Ferengi. The badly injured Klingon dies, and the crew witnesses the Klingon death ritual. Worf spends some time with the Klingons to learn about them, as he was raised by humans. They reveal to him that they actually took over the ship in order to seek out warriors’ lives like Klingons should. The ship was damaged by other Klingons seeking to capture them in order to continue living in peace. A Klingon ship arrives and demands to be given the two fugitive Klingons so that they can be executed. Worf does not want them to be executed, as dying that way is not honourable for Klingons. The fugitives escape from the prison where they have been placed, with one of the two being shot and killed in the process. The remaining Klingon battles with Worf, who shoots and kills him.
Avatar: The Last Airbender – S1E07 “The Spirit World (Winter Solstice Part 1): [Note, we skipped episode 6] The Gaang discover an area of forest that has been completely burned by the Fire Nation. An old man from a nearby village approaches them and requests the Avatar’s help to get rid of an evil black and white spirit that is terrorising his village and kidnapping people every night. Aang has no idea how the spirit world works, but he tries anyway. Sokka is kidnapped by the spirit and Aang chases him into the spirit world. Here he meets with the dragon belonging to the previous Avatar, Avatar Roku of the Fire Nation. The dragon shows him that he will be able to speak to Roku on the Winter Solstice, at a temple in the Fire Nation. Aang exits the spirit world and must try again to defeat the spirit. He realises that the spirit is not evil, and is actually the forest spirit, angry about the destruction of its home. Aang shows the spirit some acorns, proving that the forest will grow back, and it turns back into a panda spirit and returns the villagers and Sokka. Aang, Katara and Sokka then head to the Fire Nation for the Winter Solstice.