Many reveals, many yawns.
Everyone is insignificant in comparison to the Underwoods.
Rachel gets a New York Magazine cover shoot — how meta.
An old acquaintance of Red's attempts to fink Red.
Some people claim that there’s a woman to blame, but Hart knows it’s his own damn fault.
At last, we’re down to a baker’s dozen.
The gang heads back in time in this noirish black-and-white episode.
Through the halfway point, the show is still building toward something big, but first, a detour to a biker bar.
Every year it's a flurry of pointless heartache as everyone has to prove skills they will never ever need again on this show.
Both agents and viewers get a refreshing reminder that train heists are never boring.
Before embarking on yet another interminable vacation, Sherlock packs in a rewarding mystery and says hello to a familiar face.
Presenting the first person to make it to Hollywood via The Jeffersons theme song.
Burrito Supreme? No, just a new witch-type Supreme.
The team investigates a twisted adoption agency while Red closes in on the mole.