Planning for the future.
Once again, fecal matter was front and center.
Outrageous and funny, without relying on any cheap insults to trannies!
Pantsing, guitar-smashing, “duh” battles, togas, and a massive food fight!
Danielle and Amanda wrestle for a clue to the next hidden immunity idol, while a catatonic Colby makes a horrible ref.
After April's screw-up, the entire office is called in to help Ron with a perfect storm of one-on-ones.
A goofy lark with hard-boiled dialogue and occasional singing.
With Steve Carell announcing that he only has one season left, every girlfriend could be his last.
Watch his best moments on last night's episode.
Everyone excelled on Shania Twain night, so for the first time in a while, there was suspense in the bottom three.
And disturbs and fascinates and frightens and saddens.
Our recap of the season premiere lies within.
Is Crystal the inevitable victor? The judges feign doubt.
Time Warp to 1992: Hey, everybody, it’s D.B. Sweeney and Michael Madsen!
Our weekly reality index for the Greatest Show of Our Time.
With Hank and the cousins closing in, Walt and Jesse reteam to get rid of the camper.
The world's formerly smallest man makes a non sequitur of an appearance, while Michael's inability to solve a puzzle brings back memories of the Globetrotters unscrambling "Kafka."
The show starts to really gel, with cops, corpses, and the accursed National Guard.