In tonight’s episode “Some Consequence Yet Hanging in the Stars”, Roman (Lanter) argues with Emery (Aimee Teegarden) about whether he can trust his uncle Castor (Johnathon Schaech). However, when Roman asks his uncle about the day their spaceship crashed, Castor’s reaction is far from what he expected.
Meanwhile, Grayson (Grey Damon) tries to remember what happened the night he blacked out, and Taylor (Natalie Hall) throws a “meteor shower” party to spend more time with Drake (Greg Finley).
“Some Consequence Yet Hanging in the Stars” airs TONIGHT, April 14th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW. 10+ pics inside…
Inside “Some Consequence Yet Hanging in the Stars”
In “An Old Accustom’d Feast,” Roman invites Emery inside the sector to celebrate Dinaskyu, an Atrian holiday that celebrates the family. Emery asks Sophia (Brina Palencia) for tips on how to impress her mother (Susan Walters Ashby).
Vega (Merle Dandridge) tells Drake (Greg Finley) that with Zoe missing, they’ve tapped him to be their new undercover operative, which means he’ll be leaving town and getting his markings removed. When Roman goes to Vega and asks her to reconsider sending Drake away, she offers him a way out.
“An Old Accustom’d Feast” airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW. 15+ pics inside…
In “To Seek a Foe”, Grayson (Grey Damon) continues to seek solace from Emery (Teegarden) after the incident with his mother. Feeling guilty for her part in everything, Emery tells Julia (Malese Jow) she’s going to support Grayson during this trying time with his family, putting her relationship with Roman (Matt Lanter) on hold.
Zoe (Dora Madison Burge) sets a trap for Taylor (Natalie Hall) using black cyper, but Lukas (Titus Malkin, Jr.) is the one affected and is rushed to the hospital. When Roman realizes black cyper is involved, he and Drake (Finley) try to find a cure for the deadly poison before it kills Lukas.
“To Seek a Foe” airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW. 10+ pics inside…
“A Night at Sardi’s” is an annual celebrity musical revue and awards dinner to benefit the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. More than 1,000 prominent political and entertainment industry leaders — in addition to celebrities — gather to recognize advances in the fight against Alzheimer’s — and rally around the growing movement to end the disease.
FYI: Matt is wearing Ted Baker London.
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