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The SpoilerTV 2016 Episode Competition - Day 15 - Quarter-Finals *Updated*



Update - 5th July at 7am ET: Unfortunately, I made a mistake on the poll involving How to Get Away With Murder and The Librarians in the third round, and the below poll between Murder and Lucifer is, in fact, incorrect (and is now null and void). A rematch (and further explanation) is here.


DAY 15! (Results from yesterday can be found here.)

Well, we're now at the quarter-final stage and with just three days remaining in the competition, things are really heating up. We've lost several heavy-hitters, including contenders from Supernatural, The 100, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Castle, Mr. Robot, The Flash, Orphan Black (which did surprisingly well, with both episodes getting to the third round) and an episode from quarter-finalists The Librarians and Lucifer. That leaves us with eight episodes from six shows set to battle it out for the title of SpoilerTV's favourite episode in 2016. At this stage, things become even more competitive, which means that if you want your desired episode to win, you need to make sure that you tell others - social media really is the best way to help your episode get more votes.

Anyway, without further ado, let's get down to business...

The rules are as follows:
1. Two episodes go head to head for 24 hours (today, polls will close at 4pm ET). The episode that emerges as the winner will go through to the next round.
2. Vote for your favourite episode, and tell us what you voted for.
3. Tell others about the competition! Social media is your best friend in this competition if you want your favourite episode to win.
4. Be respectful. This is a competition, but be friendly. Let's not have any abuse directed at any person, fandom or show, as we've had on occasion in the past.

Our first quarter-final is a battle between Agents of SHIELD's "4,722 Hours" and Person of Interest's 100th episode, "The Day The World Went Away". SHIELD has taken out episodes from Supernatural and Orphan Black so far, while Person of Interest has triumphed over The 100 and Game of Thrones in its journey so far. However, the second poll, which also features POI, is far more interesting. "6,741" from the CBS drama faces Outlander's "Faith". These two shows are the last two winners of the Series Competition and episodes from both shows would have perhaps been the frontrunners before the competition started. Now they face each other in the quarter-finals... but who will win?

Next up is How to Get Away With Murder's midseason finale "What Did We Do?", which has faced stiff competition from The Walking Dead and The Librarians - which has emerged as the year's dark horse; more on that in a moment - which takes on Lucifer's season finale, "Take Me Back to Hell", a show which has done well thus far thanks to some encouragement from the writers room on Twitter. (Social media is important, people!) Finally, Outlander's second episode, "Untimely Resurrection", is up against The Librarians' "And What Lies Beneath the Stone". The TNT drama has come out of nowhere and competed this year, but this will be its most difficult tie yet. Can it make the semi-finals?









The draw:


Full spreadsheet link

Don’t forget to share the post; the more people vote, the more chance your episode has of winning!

Check back tomorrow for the semi-finals!

About the Author - Bradley Adams
17 year old based in England, currently Senior Staff at SpoilerTV. Most of his posts are news/spoiler based, though he is currently the reviewer of Person of Interest, co-host on the SpoilerTV Podcast. Created and is in charge of the yearly Favourite Episode Competition and currently runs the Favourite Series Competition. A big TV fan, his range of shows are almost exclusively dramas, while some of his all-time favourite shows include 24, LOST, Breaking Bad and Friends. Some of his current favourites include Person of Interest, Banshee, Arrow, The Flash, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul and many more. He also runs an Arrow fans site, ArrowFansUK, and aside from TV, is a keen cricketer. Get in touch with him via the links below or via email bradley@spoilertv.com
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