"King's Castle" was another one of those delightful, bipolar Graceland stories that contrasts some serious darkness with some zany domestic antics, and by the end of it, everyone was miserable. Read More...
The residents of Graceland are an utter mess and most of it is Briggs' fault. His vendetta against Jangles has put the entire house at risk and he doesn't seem to care at all. He's blinded by his rage over what happened to him. It didn&# more
It seems the " King's Castle " is about ready to crumble.
Between the animosity erupting between housemates and the truths that are slowly creeping to the surface, it doesn't seem that our Graceland will ever be the same. &nbs more
“Sometimes it’s good to keep secrets.”
Paige’s observation in the opening moments of last night’s episode of Graceland were quite appropriate for the series in which undercover agents keep secrets in the cour more
Where there's smoke, there's definitely fire. Tonight, the " Smoke Alarm " went off in Graceland , and while the house isn't burning to the ground just yet, it certainly won't ever be the same.
It all started wit more
Is using one monster to bait another a sound strategic move? On Graceland , Briggs attempted that strategy by using his Odin persona through Bello to get to Jangles. In theory it may have worked, but his secrecy and lone wolf plan put those he cares about more
What gives, Graceland ? Is Briggs really breaking bad? Previously on Graceland , the episode concluded with either: (1) the revelation of Briggs as a drug dealer by the name of Odin or (2) Briggs thinking on his feet and calling an audib more