The monotheists get a leg up.
The challenge this week is to create a look out of thin air.
Or merely a misdemeanor? Find out who won this week's episode.
Not even a hobbled knee can make James a no-brainer for eviction.
What to do when a new boss's work ethic stands in the way of Michael's desire to be adored?
Plenty of understanding, compliments, and, yes, hugs. Also, Britta bent over and caned by a grandma.
When a possum bites a dog and the mayor demands the varmint — not to have sex with, mind you — who you gonna call?
Two surprise eliminations puts the voting public's taste in question ... as usual.
Some early favorites tank, some early disasters redeem themselves, and one man drives Kara to tears.
Stefani Germanotta didn't cameo during last night's long-awaited return, but her name popped up to forward a few key plotlines.
I enjoyed this episode so much I couldn't even obsess about the still-looming issue that the show has become a chess game between two coy, superpowered smirkers.
Risk-taking was hard to find in the performances of the final eight women.
Relive last night's episode of 'Kell on Earth.'
The teams easily vanquish the Hamburg sauerkraut and beer challenges, though they likely finish with the worst breath ever.
Apparently, it is.
So does the center hold, or what?
The 'Race' recap has been postponed for 24 hours on account of celebrity self-congratulation.