Sex with vampires gets bizarre.
If this is the end of the line for the most critically adored/commercially ignored sitcom since 'Arrested Development,' then what a way to go.
We're back with a corker of an episode — which is unfortunately named “The Toilet Bowl.”
The cheftestants struggle to make lunch for 50 kids using a public-school budget.
Somehow this all became more personal and complicated.
But she can fake it, kind of.
The gang throws a boat party for Audrina's birthday, and it made us seasick.
One of Danielle's implants has gone wrong, and so have the Housewives' kids.
More plot progression and character resolution in the finale than in the nine preceding episodes combined.
And it's Denis O’Hare! And he's awesome.
The gang caters a draft party, but the host loses his spot because he's gay. Also: Jizz.
New people, new situations. The only thing that isn't new is how much we're loving it all.
Being critical of art is not mean. Still — sorry, Trong.
Allie returns, Justin shows up, and Audrina and Spike drift apart.
Robbie Myers totally lied about firing her.
Out with Dina Manzo, in with a new crazy.
Walt throws you-know-what to the wind, and Jesse gets dragged along behind.
The dysfunctional heart of the city has made itself known, and a couple of characters finally crack under the strain.
Good god, that was fun.
Tackling the easy L.A. cliches the right way -- with Andre Royo!