Bates Motel

  1. Episode 10 Norman
    Bates Motel Season Finale Recap: Mama’s Boy Norma Bates is dead, but she’ll never abandon her son.
  2. Episode 9 Forever
    Bates Motel Recap: Goodnight, Mother “We’re supposed to be together, aren’t we Norman?”
  3. Episode 8 Unfaithful
    Bates Motel Recap: A Good Man We have reached a critical moment in the tragedy of Norman Bates.
  4. Episode 7 There’s No Place Like Home
    Bates Motel Recap: Welcome Home, Norman “I know how to make the world see me as normal.”
  5. Episode 6 The Vault
    Bates Motel Recap: The New Norma Is there any reason not to kill Caleb?
  6. Episode 5 Refraction
    Bates Motel Recap: Broken Glass Can Norma avoid her own dark desires?
  7. Episode 4 Lights of Winter
    Bates Motel Recap: Role-Play Happiness is fleeting in White Pine Bay.
  8. Episode 3 ’Til Death Do You Part
    Bates Motel Recap: Introducing Mrs. Romero While Dylan and Norma inch toward happiness, Norman finds himself alone.
  9. Episode 2 Goodnight, Mother
    Bates Motel Recap: The Split Norma Bates is doomed to die, but when? And how?
  10. Episode 1 A Danger to Himself and Others
    Bates Motel Season Premiere Recap: Harming a Fly This season, there will be no saving Norman Bates.
  1. Episode 10 The Cord
    Bates Motel Series-Finale Recap: Good Night, Norman “The Cord” is a melancholy end to an underrated show.
  2. Episode 9 Visiting Hours
    Bates Motel Recap: Mommy Dearest Norman Bates is running out of time.
  3. Episode 8 The Body
    Bates Motel Recap: Down by the Water This week’s tense episode ended with a shocking act of violence.
  4. Episode 7 Inseparable
    Bates Motel Recap: The Son The final season has really upped the tension on this show.
  5. Episode 6 Marion
    Bates Motel Recap: The Shower This episode subverts Psycho’s most famous scene in a powerful way.
  6. Episode 5 Dreams Die First
    Bates Motel Recap: Meeting Marion Welcome to the Bates Motel, Rihanna! Please avoid the shower.
  7. Episode 4 Hidden
    Bates Motel Recap: Being Norman “Hidden” calls back brilliantly to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic.
  8. Episode 3 Bad Blood
    Bates Motel Recap: Norma’s Weakness The fractured reality of Norman Bates gets even more fascinating.
  9. Episode 2 The Convergence of the Twain
    Bates Motel Recap: The Caretaker “Pretending to be dead isn’t as much fun as I thought it would be!”
  10. Episode 1 Dark Paradise
    Bates Motel Season-Premiere Recap: Mother Knows Best Pay attention, Hitchcock fans. It’s going to be a fun season.

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