A return to wobbly form.
Say hello to the cruel realities you’re used to, our characters are told, 'cause they won’t go away any time soon.
Last year's runner-up comes back to mentor the contestants in singing the King's songs.
Marshall gets mugged, but blames it on a monkey for Lily's sake.
We’re so glad to see Jesse and Walt bickering again!
In this world of toil and snares, if I falter, Lord, who cares? Who but Thee my burden shares?
When one team U-Turns another, the victims bitterly trash-talk all the way across the land.
Where can we get a Brownie Husband?
Enjoy our recap of one of the last episodes of the season.
Settling back in after a cornucopia of revelations.
Shockers -- including Seth MacFarlane as a random FBI agent.
With Boston Rob out, the Heroes get a very wrong impression of what's going on at the Villains' camp.
By brandishing it at people, obviously.
For once, the judges seem to really deliberate on whether or not to use their Judges' Save, as opposed to just be talking about where to have dinner after the show.
Justin Suarez's official coming out is a bigger story in the fictional media than it was on last night's 'Ugly Betty.'
The top nine take on Lennon and/or McCartney songs, with special didgeridoo and bagpipe accompaniments.