Now that Percy's out of Division prison, he's having all sorts of adventures... but not necessarily the fun kind.
On Friday's Nikita (8/7c, The CW), we see Percy (Xander Berkeley) enjoying an impromptu interview with Nikita (Maggie Q) and her band of rogue agents. "That is the infamous Percy capture," Q confirms to TVGuide.com. "We actually...read more
"Ain't nobody's hands clean in what's left of this world." We probably don't need a new interloper (Terriers' terrific Michael Raymond-James) to deliver this message to the shell-shocked survivors of AMC's The Walking Dead, which resumes its second season (Sunday, 10/9c) in the immediate aftermath of the massacre of the barn zombies, which ended the fall run on a shattering note.
Weaver confronts a dilemma when an influential alderman, John Bright (Emmy Award winner Bruce Weitz - "Hill Street Blues"), seeking treatment after a fall, tests positive for syphilis--potentially damaging information that could become public. Meanwhile, Carter is impressed by an irascible, old doctor, McNulty (recurring guest star and Emmy Award winner Ed Asner - "Lou Grant," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"), who oversees an inner-city medical clinic. A sympathetic Kovac defies conventional ethics when he tricks a seriously injured patient, Tom (James Colby), who refuses to leave his dying wife's side, into believing that she has already expired. Pratt unilaterally allows a drug-addled man to be with his terminal mother. Pratt also keeps a wary eye on his mentally challenged brother, Leon (recurring guest star Marcello Thedford), as he starts a new job. And Weaver and Kovac differ on what to do with a young boy whose medical history suggests repeated child abuse. watch