Finally someone screws with the future. Plus: video!
We see saintly coach Eric Taylor in a new, less flattering light. And much more!
Kristin and Audrina finally have it out over Justin Bobby — the guy's such a catch, you know.
The aliens are greeted with a prolonged ovation, as though the entire planet had just watched Nathan Lane on Broadway.
Relive the epic douchiness in our recap of last night's episode.
Barney: “Can’t fight when you’re not there. That’s what Gandhi taught us.”
Serena and Blair are at each other's throats in a way they haven't been since the first season.
We learn some unfortunate things about the Moody family.
Jonathan's attempts to produce more than one line of text for his next novel have proven fruitless; Ray's sperm has failed to prove viable.
This funny and focused episode is a welcome return to form.
This week, the second-to-last episode of the season sets up the finale with a bang.
Guest star (and Comedy Central ratings magnet) Jeff Dunham couldn't pull more viewers, sadly.
Dylan and Charlie stage a creepfest, and Janis's baby remains a ghost.
We're glad to be back in the Derek-centric 'Grey's' of yesteryear.
Vague missions like this never end well.
We could watch a full half-hour of Michael horrifying young children, but, alas, the haunted-house story line is dropped.
What is it with Top Chef, elfin starlets, and picky eating?
Andy Greenwald introduces the East Dillon Lions.