The gang goes traveling to Chicago and Toronto.
What was true to life about this episode, and what struck us as faker than a Photoshop of a politician holding a giant cherry-red bong?
Just when Dexter’s staycation looks to be treading familiar territory, it takes a turn.
Hank Moody: “I’m like flypaper for the emotionally disturbed.”
This week the sloppy detective sets up shop in Fort Greene Park.
This bleak episode seems to set the stage for even more tragedy.
Betty's a freshly minted associate editor fending for herself against a snarky new officemate and a vindictive boss.
For the second consecutive week, we end with Larry David on the verge of receiving a savage beating.
The scale of the disaster is enormous, but somehow there's still time for ironic T-shirts and amusing musical interludes. And we appreciate that.
Ratings for last night's season premiere were down 27 percent from last year's.
They have to make a costume for Christina Aguilera, and Tim Gunn says the phrase, "Super sexy slut!"
The no-mercy Mercy West residents quickly outmaneuver our old friends from Seattle Grace — with a shocking result.
“I guess that’s the irony. His addiction to dreams became his nightmare — one that he couldn’t wake up from.”
If this is what 'The Office' devolves into with Pam and Jim gone, then get them back already.
Charlie “American Icon” Palmer judges his former employees, the Brothers Voltaggio. How is that fair?
Sue barks out the most marvelous roll call ever: “Gay kid! Wheels! Asian! Other Asian! Aretha!”
How can such a mediocre show sound so unreasonably dirty?
Our recap from last night's episode of 'The City' is within.
Marshall and Lily woo Barney and Robin, while Ted strikes out on his own.