Putting the intel in Intellivision.
Somewhere, Pia Toscano is kicking herself for not waiting until this season to audition.
An episode with the audacity to call itself "Meta Fiction."
Last night was the first time that Real Housewomen from two different cities have appeared onscreen together at the same time.
Coulson ends up at a mysterious mountain base manned by ... Patton Oswalt.
This episode began with a fake newsreel about the clap, and it was one of the best thing's Glee's done in a while.
Somehow, Winston gets accepted into the police academy.
Tyler Perry in the house.
A high-wire act: an episode devoted to abortion-adjacent humor.
“If I die before you, please don’t let them read ‘Wind Beneath My Wings’ at my funeral."
“In the hands of the enlightened, hate can be a tool for great change.”
Like most Mad Men episodes, “Time Zones” is about more than one thing, but its core is about disappointment.
This episode featured a weed sketch for the ages.
It's hard to judge an episode like "Basic Story" on its own merits, knowing that a second half is on its way next week.
“I don’t drink alcohol from that portion of the color spectrum.”