Blanket's in the audience for his dad's "tribute," and he's not having any of it.
Tom Colicchio was none too pleased with some of our chefs this episode.
The stakes are no longer just really gory, they're the end of the world.
Toward the end of this episode, the drama queen in me held sway behind the scenes.
The theme of this episode is “violently ripping a vulnerable gay teenager out of the closet."
They can't all be scream-filled winners. Sometimes there's just a shoe fashion show.
Jonathan has found his thing, and that thing is incest?
Chuck is doing yoga in a dress shirt and tie.
"Don’t f-cking tell me what God does or doesn’t want. You have no idea."
Manny the Butcher shows the Darmody-Capone axis how killing-on-purpose is done.
Or, emotionally bulletproof reasons to become a terrorist.
“It just tastes a little flat…I think this is a job for cumin.”