"It's not easy being married to an odd man."
After a monthlong Olympic hiatus, this week's episode promised an evening of firsts.
As much fun as it was seeing Katherine try to seduce Stefan, I don’t remember him being this oblivious.
If marriage formed the dramatic center of season one, family is shaping up as the core of season two.
The Idols got to pick any song that defined them as artists. Someone picked Coldplay's "The Scientist."
You will never guess who’s still fighting? Frank and Raymond! Can you believe it?
Which building will you haunt when you're a ghost?
Toby discovers cronuts and Aria angry-walks all over town.
We all love Linda Cardellini, but Abby Day is just the most unpleasant character.
If there were an Olympics for burning through plot, Justified would be a front-runner for the gold.
Up until last night’s episode, it didn’t seem like we were supposed to be on Joe’s side at all.
The president on this show is a joke.
Joyce narrates the Housewives' Caribbean trip.
For anyone who likes to drink, there’s some sad truth to this episode.
Frank versus Tusk, and an energy crisis.
An episode filled with drama to a nearly uncomfortable degree.
NeNe really shouldn’t be on this show anymore, right?
It seems unwise to trust a guy with a mullet to save mankind.
The fourth season of Downton Abbey closes happily, especially for a certain pair of Downton staffers.
This week, we see even more of the person Hannah is when she has a job.