Episode 3×07 “Just Desserts”

GIVING THANKS

Walker (Jared Padalecki) attempts to make this the most memorable Thanksgiving ever in the hopes of luring Stella (Violet Brinson) to return home, but when the family’s annual “Circle of Thanks” turns into a circle of grievance, tensions bubble over- leaving things worse off than they began, with one member of the Walker family being rushed to the hospital.

The episode was directed by Steve Robin and written by Anna Fricke and Bret VandenBos & Brandon Willer.

Air Date: Thursday, Nov. 17 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×06 “Something There that Wasn’t there Before”

HEALING

Walker (Jared Padalecki) makes good on his promise to Liam (Keegan Allen) to finally discuss captivity, and painful details from the past inform the present to help the Rangers eliminate a dangerous threat.

Meanwhile, a new case forces Cassie (Ashley Reyes) to confront her aversion to dating.

The episode was directed by Peter Kowalski and written by Geri Carillo and Casey Fisher.

Air Date: Thursday, Nov. 10 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×05 “Mum’s the Word”

GROWING PAINS

During a would-be simple assignment, a misunderstanding causes Walker (Jared Padalecki) and Cassie (Ashley Reyes) to examine where they are in life and what lies ahead.

Meanwhile, August (Kale Culley) strives to roll with the cool kids to disastrous results and Trey (Jeff Pierre) struggles with what being a Ranger means for his relationship with his mother.

The episode was directed by Stephanie Martin and written by Blythe Ann Johnson.

Air Date: Thursday, Nov. 3 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×04 “Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away”

QUIT HORSING AROUND

Walker (Jared Padalecki), Cassie (Ashley Reyes) and Captain James (Coby Bell) team up to put Trey (Jeff Pierre) through the final stages of his training, a “Rangers hell-week” that will ensure he’s ready to join the ranks of the elite organization, but it’s not only Trey who is put to the test; Walker hasn’t worked with Cassie in weeks and both struggle to get their partnership back in sync.

Chad Dashnaw directed the episode written by Russell Friend.

Air Date: Thursday, Oct. 27 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×03 “Rubber Meets the Road”

HEADED FOR A FALL

Time is pushing forward but Cordell (Jared Padalecki) is stuck trying to convince everyone, including himself that he has moved on from the hell of captivity.

Meanwhile, Stella (Violet Brinson) comes clean to her dad about how she has been feeling and Bonham (Mitch Pileggi) shares with Liam (Keegan Allen) a way to work through his trauma.

April Winney directed the episode written by Bret VandenBos & Brandon Willer.

Air Date: Thursday, Oct. 20 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×02 “Sittin’ on a Rainbow”

WHATEVER IT TAKES

While Cassie (Ashley Reyes) and James (Coby Bell) lead the charge to find Walker (Jared Padalecki), the situation goes from bad to worse when Liam (Keegan Allen) also goes missing.

Meanwhile, Stella (Violet Brinson) and August (Kale Culley) pursue a lead of their own.

Austin Nichols directed the episode written by Aaron Carew.

Air Date: Thursday, Oct. 13 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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Episode 3×01 “World on a String”

SEASON PREMIERE

Picking up where we left off in season 2, it’s graduation day and the Walker family is turning a corner into a seemingly hopeful future that is until Cordell (Jared Padalecki) goes missing, and his mysterious captors are trying to break him down physically and mentally.

Meanwhile, Captain James (Coby Bell), Cassie (Ashley Reyes) and the rest of the Rangers have all hands on deck to bring Cordell home safely but Stella (Violet Brinson) has ideas of her own on how she can help. 

Steve Robin directed the episode written by Seamus Kevin Fahey & Anna Fricke.

Air Date: Thursday, Oct. 6 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the CW.

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